Good Food host Evan Kleiman is a born and bred Angeleno. This week she speaks to Elizabeth Ito, the animator and creator of “City of Ghosts,” a six-episode Netflix series which Kleiman describes as “a love letter to Los Angeles.” Journalist Emilie Friedlander used Google as her metaphoric magnifying glass and fingerprint kit on her wild goose chase to uncover the origins of “F*cking Good Pizza.” Chef Eric Ripert knows his way around seafood and turns his focus to vegetables in his latest cookbook. Summer squash has hit the farmer’s market. Finally, Eater LA’s Farley Elliott has the story behind El Pato hot sauce.
Ghosts, vegetables, hot sauce
From this Episode:
In ‘City of Ghosts,’ young sleuths explore LA, its restaurants, and supernatural stories
Animator Elizabeth Ito is the Los Angeles-born creator of “ City of Ghosts ,” a six-episode kids’ series on Netflix about a team of child sleuths who traverse diverse...
Clickbait restaurants: Ghosting the traditional delivery model
Emilie Friedlander talks about clickbait restaurants, and what “F*cking Good Pizza” has in common with former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick.
Making the most of vegetables with few ingredients and a light touch
Eric Ripert talks about the simplicity of cooking with vegetables, how to choose the right melon, and how summers with his grandmothers in the south of France influenced his...
Pasta, muffins, gazpacho: Putting market zucchini to work
Correspondent Gillian Ferguson scouts out zucchini with Chef Kim Vu of the recently opened Cult , just a short walk from the Santa Monica Farmer’s Market.