Would you be a happier employee if your company paid for your lunch? Google seems to think so. Olivia Wu, Quentin Topping and Scott Giambastiani are three of the company's executive chefs who are responsible for feeding 10,000 Googlers breakfast, lunch and dinner -- for free each day. LA Times Food Editor Russ Parsons shares his tips for using up the glut of winter citrus, and LA Weekly's Jonathan Gold discovers the largest garlic knot in Los Angeles. The Super Bowl is near, and this year the game takes place in Indiana. Joanne Raetz Stuttgen tells us what Super Bowl-goers can expect from Hoosier food. Dave Ritchie gives us a history of Parker House Rolls and Tim Goodell tells us how to make them. Plus, Beer Chick Hallie Beaune gives the classic Boiler Maker a makeover.
The Google Food Program; Boiler Makers; Parker House Rolls
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The Google Food Program
Good Food producer Gillian Ferguson talks to three of Google's executive chefs - Olivia Wu, Quentin Topping and Scott Giambastinni - about the 28 cafes on Google's Mountain...
The History of the Parker House Rolls
Dave Ritchie is the Director of Sales and Marketing at the Omni Parker House in Downtown Boston. One of the oldest hotels in America, the Parker House invented several...
The Parker House Roll Meets Los Angeles
Tim Goodell is the executive chef at Public Kitchen & Bar in the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood. As a child, he made Parker House Rolls with his grandmother, and now serves...
Amelia Saltsman , author of the Santa Monica Farmers' Market Cookbook , shares her recipe for a quick and easy One Pot Wonder, full of Farmers Market ingredients. Her...
Hallie Beaune, along with her partner, Christina Perozzi, are the Beer Chicks . Beaune offers some unique pairings for Craft Boiler Makers. Some of her suggestions are...
The Glut of Citrus
Russ Parsons is the editor of the Food section in the Los Angeles Times. He has a Tangelo tree and a Meyer Lemon tree in his backyard and has discovered some interesting...
The Largest Garlic Knot in Los Angeles
Jonathan Gold visits Milo + Olive , the latest restaurant from Zoe Nathan and Josh Loeb who own Huckleberry, Rustic Canyon and Sweet Rose Creamery. His favorite dishes are...