Laryl Garcia

Producer, Good Food

KCRW Staff/Producer

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Food plays a starring role in some stellar movies from last year.

Food in film, takeout, tortillas

Food plays a starring role in some stellar movies from last year.

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As Los Angeles settles in for additional months of sheltering in place, Good Food cozies up on the sofa for a “zone out” show.

Mushrooms, tacos, traditional pastas

As Los Angeles settles in for additional months of sheltering in place, Good Food cozies up on the sofa for a “zone out” show.

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Meat is a multibillion dollar industry.

Meat supply, slaughterhouses, French classics

Meat is a multibillion dollar industry.

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