Jessica Koslow

Sqirl Kitchen

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Founder of Sqirl Kitchen in Los Angeles

Jessica Koslow on KCRW

We speak with Valerie Gordon, owner of a bakery/cafe that’s still offering delivery and take-out. She reworked kitchen and business operations to create a safe environment.

LA chefs and restaurant owners on how COVID-19 changed business

We speak with Valerie Gordon, owner of a bakery/cafe that’s still offering delivery and take-out. She reworked kitchen and business operations to create a safe environment.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

For those of you who live in or near Silver Lake, you’re probably familiar with the line of people that snakes down Virgil Avenue most mornings and afternoons outside the restaurant…

The woman who made toast hip has a new cookbook

For those of you who live in or near Silver Lake, you’re probably familiar with the line of people that snakes down Virgil Avenue most mornings and afternoons outside the restaurant…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

First came the cupcake craze. Then came pickles. Now it’s apparently time for toast to take center stage as the latest artisanal trend. Yup. Toast.

The Great Toast Renaissance

First came the cupcake craze. Then came pickles. Now it’s apparently time for toast to take center stage as the latest artisanal trend. Yup. Toast.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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