Grilling up gopchang and vegetables in Koreatown. (By Jacklyn Kim)
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Mahogany clams at Maude in Beverly Hills. (By Ray Kachatorian)
In 2017, chef Curtis Stone briefly closed the doors of his Beverly Hills restaurant, Maude, and retired his concept of showcasing a single ingredient each month. Now the restaurant is back with a brand new focus: a series of quarterly menus inspired by four of the world's great wine regions, starting with Rioja.
Grilling up gopchang and vegetables in Koreatown. (Photo by Jacklyn Kim)
We visit Koreatown for gopchang, a traditional dish made from grilled intestines. Contributor Jacklyn Kim reports on how the dish has become a favorite of some Angelenos. With help from the Independent Producer Project.
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How does sound transform the taste of a piece of chocolate when you pop it into your mouth? Deliciousness is an experience that we think is centered in our noses and on our tongues. But Good Food contributor Simran Sethi says it’s actually influenced by so much more.
‘The Slow Melt’ is Simran’s podcast on all things chocolate.
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Learn how to make bánh chưng from Diep’s recipe on the Good Food blog.
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