Canning and food preservation is all the rage. This week, Good Food jumps on the bandwagon. Host Evan Kleiman and master preserver Delilah Snell answer listeners canning questions. Wheel of Fortune co-host Vanna White is an avid canner. She shares her family tradition of canning tomatoes. Chef Akasha Richmond has been making hundreds of jars of chutney. Koreatown is the latest stop for Jonathan Gold. He takes us to a spot serving bossam. Los Angeles is holding it's first every craft beer crawl. Beer Chick Christina Perozzi has the details. Professor Marion Nestle explains the impact of egg recall. And, we'll introduce you to Doug Quint and his Big Gay Ice Cream Truck. Plus a recipe for butternut squash soup on the Market Report.
Vanna White; Egg Recall; Big Gay Ice Cream Truck
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The Big Gay Ice Cream Truck
Douglas Quint is a bassoonist and ice cream man. He owns The Big Gay Ice Cream Truck , which operates in New York City in the summer. They offer chocolate and vanilla ice...
Baek Hwa Jung
Pulitzer-Prize winner Jonathan Gold of the LA Weekly reviews Baek Hwa Jung , a Koreatown restaurant serving bossam, a pork belly dish served with shucked oysters, and...
LA Craft Beer Crawl
Christina Perozzi, with Hallie Beaune, is one of the Beer Chicks . She is curating LA's first every Craft Beer Crawl , September 25 from 3-8 pm. Jonathan Gold is...
Greg Nauta of Rocky Canyon sells beef and pork at the farmers market. He has traditional cuts like rib eyes and flank steaks, but he also sells ground beef, shoulder and...
Savoring the Season
Delilah Snell owns The Road Less Traveled , an eco-store in Santa Ana. She is a Master Preserver, which she earned through the UC Cooperative Extension . She recommends...
Marion Nestle is a professor in NYU's Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health and Professor of Sociology at New York University.
Akasha Richmond owns Akasha Restaurant in Culver City. She makes homemade chutney, which she sells in the restaurant.