Helena Echlin dishes up advice on keeping mum about hiding food ingredients, while producer Thea Chaloner and Eddie Lin sample cat poo coffee. Fisherman Mike Hudson talks about the salmon fisheries closure’s impact this season, writer Julie Makinen feasts on a 99-cent items dinner and George Crave converts cow waste into energy. Plus, Dr. Wenyuan Shi invents cavity-fighting lollipops, Dan Imhoff has an update on the Farm Bill and Laura Avery finds what’s in season in the Market Report.
Salmon Fisheries Closure; Cat Poo Coffee; Dental Lollipops
From this Episode:
The Market Report
Globe artichokes are in season now and Laura Avery chats with chef DJ Olsen, of Lou Wine Bar on Melrose and Vine in Hollywood, about them.
8 min, 41 sec
Hiding Food Etiquette
Chow magazine Table Manners columnist Helena Echlin shares advice on keeping mum about hiding food ingredients from guests. She talks about eating fudge and then learning...
6 min, 56 sec
Cat Poo Coffee
Good Food producer Thea Chaloner and Deep End Dining 's Eddie Lin take a trip for cat poo coffee, also known as kopi luwak, at Funnel Mill Rare Coffee and Tea in Santa...
6 min, 18 sec
The Closure of Salmon Fisheries
Fisherman Mike Hudson discusses the closure of the salmon fisheries this season, the decline of the salmon population and its impact. Hudson is the president of the newly...
8 min, 10 sec
UCLA microbiologist Dr. Wenyuan Shi invents cavity-fighting lollipops, which contain a natural ingredient found in licorice that kills a tooth-decaying bacteria. The dental...
7 min, 32 sec
Farm Bill Update
Dan Imhoff provides an update on the Farm Bill and the growing food crisis. He is the author of Food Fight : The Citizen's Guide to a Food and Farm Bill. Imhoff wrote a...
5 min, 32 sec
99-Cent Items Dinner
Los Angeles Times writer Julie Makinen feasts on a tasty 99-cent items dinner. She talks about finding organic, name-brand and healthful food items at The 99 Cent Store ....
8 min, 7 sec