The heat is on, so Good Food celebrates all things cold but starts with the reopening of Smogasburg on July 4. General Manager Zach Brooks has a rundown of new vendors and old favorites. Eater LA Associate Editor Cathy Chaplin shares where to get cold bowls of noodles to stay cool. Dr. Rajita Katta reveals the curious phenomenon of Margarita dermatitis, a skin condition caused by citrus juice on the skin and exposure to the sun. Richard Parks III speaks to Fernando Lopez of I Love Micheladas about the southland’s favorite beer cocktail. Dave Arnold has perfected the gin and tonic. Finally, the history of the men and women who drive ice cream trucks.
Smorgasburg returns, cold noodles, Micheladas, ice cream
From this Episode:
Parking once for a taco crawl and more at the reopened Smorgasburg
Zach Brooks gives us a sneak peek at his curated vendor list of Smorgasburg that reopens on Sunday, July 4.
Slurping our way through Los Angeles
Monsoon season and hot summers make cold noodles a tradition in Asian cuisine.
How squeezing limes and sun exposure can lead to a nasty case of Margarita dermatitis
Dr. Rajani Katta, a professor of Dermatology at Baylor College, describes a condition called Margarita dermatitis. The often misdiagnosed condition occurs when citrus juice...
Micheladas: Giving us life this summer
Fernando Lopez, founder of I Love Micheladas , is referred to as the Michelada Papi.
Perfecting a summer gin and tonic
Dave Arnold, founder and president of the Museum of Food and Drink and the man behind the stick at the famed Booker and Dax, has spent an inordinate amount of time...