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We're cooking in clay pots with potter Felipe Ortega.  He'll tell us how micaceous clay can affect the taste of the food.  Jonathan Gold takes us to the controversial and very modern restaurant, Red Medicine.  Plus sommelier Stacie Hunt is back with her wine club suggestions.  And Laura Avery gets a cauliflower recipe from Dan Mattern of Ammo.

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One Good Dish

David Tanis

Guest Interview Market Report 7 MIN, 53 SEC

Dan Mattern is the chef at Ammo (1155 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles).  They are roasting cauliflower and serving it as a salad with potatoes and a Dijon dressing.  Find the recipe here.

Debbie Chamberlain of Wong Farms sells hydroponically grown tomatoes in the desert.  Pictures from her stand are here.

Guest Interview Clay Pot Cooking 5 MIN, 15 SEC

Felipe Ortega makes cooking pots out of micaceous clay.  A gallery of his work is here.  

Guest Interview KCRW Wine Club 6 MIN, 32 SEC

Stacie Hunt is a sommelier with Du Vin Wine & Spirits and Splash Productions.  She's put together an incredible package for KCRW subscribers.  Find details on the collection here.

Guest Interview Red Medicine 8 MIN, 26 SEC

Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer for the LA Weekly.  This week, he reviews Red Medicine, the acclaimed and controversial restaurant, which got a lot of attention when it snapped a photo of LA Times restaurant critic Irene Virbila.   Jonathan likes the food and goes as far as saying that it's the most modern restaurant in Los Angeles right now.  He likes the banh mi, the pork pate, Kelly's mom's farm egg, the amberjack and the guinea fowl.

Red Medicine
8400 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(323) 651-5500

All of Jonathan Gold's suggestions are on the Good Food Restaurant Map.

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