For food lovers, a trip to Vietnam is the apex of culinary travel. This week on Good Food, author Kim Fay takes us on a journey to Vietnam. Jonathan Gold satisfies the ramen freaks with this new spot in Studio City. Gustavo Arellano argues that two taco trucks are sometimes better than one. Want to grow food on a wall? Try a woolly pocket, says Miguel Nelson. Andrea Cavaliere of Cecconi's is trying to change how our kids eat. He has help from Michelle Obama. Jennifer Evans Gardener's cooking camp for kids showcases their love for pie. Christine Schwartz Hartley reveals the recipes of celebrities and socialites from a bygone era. Plus Kevin Sinnott teaches us how to make the perfect cup of coffee. And Chef DJ Olsen finds perfection in a medly of summer vegetables.
Traveling to Vietnam; Woolly Pockets; Taco Trucks in Orange County
From this Episode:
Traveling to Vietnam
Kim Fay's book is Communion: A Culinary Journey Through Vietnam . Her sister took the photographs. Kim buys traditional Vietnamese ingredients from the following...
How to Make the Perfect Cup of Coffee
Kevin Sinnott is the Author of CoffeeCompanion.com and The Art and Craft of Coffee . He says that one-cup drip devices make the most even cup of coffee. A common...
Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Weekly. This week he reviews Jinya Ramen in Studio City . He likes the gyoza, the tonkatsu ramen and the...
Little Feet Love Pie
Jennifer Evans Gardener runs Little Feet in the Kitchen cooking camp for children. They made a pie for Good Food's Pie-a-Day project on the Good Food blog....
Specialites de la Maison
Christine Schwartz Hartley discovered Specialites de la Maison . It includes over 200 recipes collected from 1940-1949. Contributors include Charlie Chaplin, Salvador...
Chefs Move to Schools
Andrea Cavaliere is the Executive Chef at Cecconi's in West Hollywood. He's a part of the White House's Let's Move initiative to fight childhood obesity. As part of the...
Miguel Nelson and his brother sell Woolly Pockets , felted pockets that allow you to grow plants indoors, against a wall. The material is made from recycled plastic...
Scott Peacock of Peacock farms sells various types of eggplants at the farmers market.