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If you or someone you know is gluten intolerant, holiday baking can be tricky. Author Jeanne Sauvage offers tips for a gluten-free flour mix that will provide the same mouth feel and satisfaction as traditional baked goods. Scientist Mitchell Moffit prescribes water, fruit juice and eggs to remedy a hangover. Chef Evan Funke rolls out his Porchetta Truck and Jonathan Gold finds corned beef at a new delicatessen in East Hollywood. LA Weekly restaurant critic Besha Rodell unearths forgotten menus from the Los Angeles Public Library archives. Bee Wilson reminds us that a wooden spoon is one of the best kitchen technologies, while Drew Magary dissects some of the more ridiculous items for sale in the Williams Sonoma catalogue. At the market Laura Avery talks to chef Whitney Flood of the newly opened Muddy Leek and farmer Jerry Rutiz discusses his favorite squash - Kabocha.

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David Tanis

Guest Interview The Haters Guide to the Williams Sonoma Catalogue

Drew Magary writes for Deadspin and Gawker. His "Haters Guide to the Williams Sonoma Catalogue," published on Deadspin's website, inspired us to talk to him about some of the more ridiculous items for sale in the catalogue.

Guest Interview A Delicatessen in East Hollywood

Chefs Zak Walter and Chris Phelps of Salt's Cure recently opened Storefront, a delicatessen in East Hollywood where everything from the cured meats to the hamburger buns is made in-house. Jonathan recommends the sablefish on a house-made bagel, the BLT, corned beef sandwich, coleslaw, potato salad, braised endive salad and the cheeseburger.

4624 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90027

All of Jonathan Gold's restaurant suggestions are on the Good Food restaurant map.

Guest Interview The Menu Archive at the Los Angeles Public Library

Besha Rodell is the restaurant critic for the LA Weekly. She is collaborating with the downtown library to showcase a vintage menu each week on LA Weekly's blog, Squid Ink. The menus remind us of bygone eras in LA history and the food trends of yesteryear.

Guest Interview Market Report

Whitney Flood is the chef at the newly opened restaurant Muddy Leek. He’s shopping for Chanterelle mushrooms and Kabocha squash. Find a recipe from Flood on the Good Food blog.

Farmer Jerry Rutiz brings both red and green fleshed Kabocha squash to the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmers’ Market. He says the red fleshed squash was developed for its sweetness and it’s thin skin which makes it much easier to peel.

Guest Interview A Porchetta Truck Lands in LA

Chef Evan Funke has launched the Porchetta truck while he's waiting for construction to finish on his forthcoming "pasta laboratorio" Bucato. To find out where the Porchetta truck is, follow @evanfunke on Instagram.

Guest Interview Gluten-Free Holiday Baking

gf121222gluten-free.jpgJeanne Sauvage is the author of Gluten-Free Baking for the Holidays. She says the key ingredient to gluten free flour mix is small amount of xanthan gum.

Find a recipe for her Gluten-Free Pannettone on the Good Food blog.

Guest Interview Scientific Hangover Cures

Mitchell Moffit is the co-founder of ASAP Science. Check out his video on what causes a hangover here and what you can do to remedy it here.




Guest Interview A Brief History of Kitchen Tools

gf121222fork.jpgBee Wilson is the author of Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat. Hear two outtakes from her conversation with Evan on the Good Food blog.

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