On this Memorial Day, Press Play replays some of our favorite interviews. Baker Roxana Jullipat shares how to go back in time and cook with ancient grains. Illustrator Stacy Michelson’s new book has all sorts of fun facts, like Ancient Egyptians invented the Marshmallow, and all Haas avocados can be traced back to a single tree. Good Food host Evan Kleiman has cider recommendations. And how about hiking in Griffith Park to personalized music by composer and sound artist Ellen Reid?
Memorial Day replay: Roxana Jullipat, Stacy Michelson, Evan Kleiman, Ellen Reid
From this Episode:
‘Mother Grains’: Go beyond all-purpose flour, make these buckwheat crepes with chef Roxana Jullapat
At the bakery and cafe Friends and Family near Little Armenia, you can find all sorts of delicious pastries, usually with a little twist.
‘Eat This Book’: LA artist Stacy Michelson brings her unique drawings and fun food facts to new book
LA-based artist Stacy Michelson decided a few years ago to illustrate every episode of Good Food for an entire year. Her food drawings are bright, colorful, and a lot of fun.
A tasting of ciders bottled in California
I recently interviewed the authors of “ American Cider ” for Good Food , and I thought it would be fun to do a tasting with Madeleine Brand.