Jimmy Shaw

Loteria Grill

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Founder and executive chef at Loteria Grill, and the newly opened Torta Company in downtown Los Angeles

Jimmy Shaw on KCRW

California may be the world's food basket, but its annual production of limes is just five million pounds. Mexico exports 800 million.

Lime Shortage Puts the Squeeze on 'La Cocina Mexicana'

California may be the world's food basket, but its annual production of limes is just five million pounds. Mexico exports 800 million.

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