Paul Greenberg discusses what the Omega-3 boom means for our planet and lives. Nadine Redzepi talks about cooking for culinary giants like her husband Rene Redzepi in ‘Downtime.’ Crafting a menu takes more than exceptional produce, says writer Diana Henry. Also, a tour and history of LA’s pan dulce scene. Plus: ‘City of Gold’ director remembers Jonathan Gold’s 1992 piece on the LA riots.
Omega-3s, 'Downtime' with the Redzepis, and zucchini ice cream
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Eating more Omega-3s
Omega-3s are fatty acids that can be found in anchovies, walnuts, chia, sardines, and more. And we’ve been told they are supposed to make your heart and brain stronger.
'Downtime' with the Redzepis
“What do you cook for one of the best chefs in the world?” Nadine Levy Redzepi is all too familiar with this question. Her husband, Rene Redzepi, is the chef de cuisine...
Pan Dulce in Los Angeles
Pan dulce came on the scene when the Spanish brought wheat, flour and sugar to Mesoamerica, according to Chicano studies professor Maria Herrera-Sobek. Credit: La...
Market Report: Zucchini and ice cream
Laura Avery learns from Tyler Malek, co-founder and head ice cream maker at Salt & Straw about their trademark seasonal flavors unique to each city. Currently on offer at...