Could losing weight cause you to increase your wealth? Jay Zagorsky thinks so. Poppy Tooker believes Slow Food USA has lost its way, but President Josh Viertel defends the organization. Colman Andrews shares his picks for America's most powerful people in food this year. Amy Scattergood details her adventures with kids making pasta from scratch, and architect George Legendere takes a more in-depth look at pasta through the lens of mathematics. Plus, Jonathan Gold discovers a restaurant in the San Gabriel Valley with a beautiful menu and the best fried rice in town.
Pasta Design; 'Freshman 15' Debunked; Slow Food Under Fire
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John Jackson sells blueberries for Whitney Ranch , a blueberry farm in Carpinteria, California. They grow eight varieties of blueberries and right now at the market he...
A Beautiful Menu and the Best Fried Rice
Jonathan Gold visits Shanghai No. 1 Seafood Village in the San Gabriel Valley. He says this is the most interesting restaurant to open in the SGV in years and gushes about...
50 Most Powerful People in Food
Colman Andrews is the Editorial Director at The Daily Meal . He's also a prolific author. His latest cookbook is The Country Cooking of Italy . You can see his complete...
Slow Food Under Fire
Josh Viertel is the President of Slow Food USA . His organization recently came under fire from a group of prominent long time members because of their political agenda.
Homemade Pasta with Kids
Amy Scattergood is a writer and the editor of LA Weekly's food blog, Squid Ink . She has two daughters who have become very adept in the kitchen. She says that homemade...
Pasta by Design
George Legendere is an architect by trade and the author of Pasta by Design . The book uses math to catalogue 90 shapes of pasta. Each pasta shape is paired with a...