Laryl Garcia

Producer, Good Food

KCRW Staff/Producer

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Sometimes the “inauthentic” can lead to delicious results. Just ask Ivan Orkin and Chris Ying about Japanese diner food. Chef Josef Centeno says Tex-Mex is premised on inauthenticity.

Gaijin cooking, Tex-Mex origins, and oregano

Sometimes the “inauthentic” can lead to delicious results. Just ask Ivan Orkin and Chris Ying about Japanese diner food. Chef Josef Centeno says Tex-Mex is premised on inauthenticity.

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The friendship between director Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi creates space for authenticity and discovery in “The Chef Show.”

Favreau and Choi: A Match Made in the Kitchen

The friendship between director Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi creates space for authenticity and discovery in “The Chef Show.”

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Curtis Stone goes abroad for some R&D in his new PBS show. Not to be outdone, Besha Rodell visited six continents in search of the world’s best restaurants.

Eat globally, cook locally

Curtis Stone goes abroad for some R&D in his new PBS show. Not to be outdone, Besha Rodell visited six continents in search of the world’s best restaurants.

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