Gillian Ferguson

Supervising Producer, 'Good Food' and 'Good Food on the Road'

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First up is a panel called The Food Hustle, moderated by former Good Food supervising producer Gillian Ferguson.

The Food Hustle

First up is a panel called The Food Hustle, moderated by former Good Food supervising producer Gillian Ferguson.

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Gillian Ferguson reports on the mezcal boom from the state of Oaxaca, where 70% of mezcal is made. Business is good, but it’s also raising concerns.

Deep in the heart of mezcal country

Gillian Ferguson reports on the mezcal boom from the state of Oaxaca, where 70% of mezcal is made. Business is good, but it’s also raising concerns.

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This week, our favorite food critic is eating at Simbal, a Vietnamese izakaya in Little Tokyo.

Simbal

This week, our favorite food critic is eating at Simbal, a Vietnamese izakaya in Little Tokyo.

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