Chef Michael Moran cooks royal meals for the King and Queen of Jordan, while biologist David Holway talks about invasive Argentine ants’ eating habits. Chris McDougall shares the dietary secret to Mexico's Tarahumara Indians longevity and athletic prowess, Jonathan Gold visits a restaurant for the dude set and James Molesworth celebrates acclaimed wine maker Didier Dagueneau’s legacy. Plus, Rowan Jacobsen discusses the decline of pollinators and the coming global agricultural crisis, Dr. Carl Winter spreads the word about food safety through music and Laura Avery has a fresh Market Report.
Tarahumara Nutrition; Argentine Ants; Royal Meals; Pollinators Plunge
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The Market Report
Laura Avery of the Santa Monica Farmers' Market highlights two grape varieties in season now that shouldn't be overlooked. The large is a round purple seeded grape that...
Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic and LA Weekly columnist Jonathan Gold feasts on the manly food at Animal , located in Fairfax's "dude" district.
Cooking Royal Meals
Chef Michael Moran recounts his three years of creating royal meals for King Hussein and American-born Queen Noor of Jordan and their prestigious guests. Moran is currently...
Food Safety Songs
Toxicologist Dr. Carl Winter , who directs the UC Davis Food Safety program, uses music to educate people about food-borne illnesses and food safety. To hear or watch Dr....
Writer Christopher McDougall shares the dietary secret to Tarahumara longevity and athletic prowess. These Mexican Indians are known for running over 100 miles at a time....
Didier Dagueneau's Legacy
Wine Spectator's senior editor James Molesworth remember 52-year old Didier Dagueneau. The acclaimed French wine maker died September 17 in a light plane accident while...
Argentine ants, which form super colonies that spread across vast areas, are native to South America. Lately they have invaded Southland kitchens everywhere.