Chef Carol Cotner Thompson shares some simple and unique vinaigrette recipes; Jonathan Gold reflects on his career and winning the Pulitzer Prize for food criticism; Eddie Lin touches on the surprisingly sexy side of sushi; Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’s Ted Allen compares sexual orientation and food preferences; Mark Schatzker reports on the culture and food of Mongolia; Donald G. McNeil, Jr. addresses the need for water purification and talks about the Life Straw; Enrique Ochoa charts the rising costs of corn and how it’s causing a tortilla crisis in Mexico; and Laura Avery has the Market Report.
Ted Allen; Body Sushi; Vinaigrettes
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At West Hollywood’s sushi bar, Hadaka , the executive chef and owner, Edward Brik knows that sex sells. To prove his point, Edward has introduced the sushi service...
Slow Travel In Mongolia
In March of 2007, writer Mark Schatzker began traveling around the world the slow way. The rules of his trip: he can take any form of transportation he chooses, as long as...
The Market Report
Laura Avery talks with cookbook author Amelia Saltsman about lettuce, which is currently in season. She also meets with La Cachette chef, Jean Francois Meteigner, who...
Can you distinguish someone’s sexual orientation by the contents of their grocery cart? Ted Allen, the food and wine connoisseur from Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, takes a...
Simply Delicious Vinaigrettes
Chef Carol Cotner Thompson has worked as a culinary professional for more than twenty three years. She graduated from the California Culinary Academy in 1986. Thompson has...
The Quest for Fresh Water
Water is the key to life. When a natural disaster hits, the immediate aftermath is a flurry of finding survivors, providing medical care, and seeking out potable water....
And the Winner Is...Jonathan Gold
Good Food commentator and LA Weekly food critic, Jonathan Gold has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Criticism. The award marks the first time the Pulitzer...