Laura Avery

Santa Monica Farmers' Market

Guest

Market supervisor for the Santa Monica Farmers' Market

Laura Avery on KCRW

Laura Avery is the Market Manager at the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmers’ Market. This week she talks to Margarita Smith from Mud Creek Ranch.

Market Report

Laura Avery is the Market Manager at the Wednesday Santa Monica Farmers’ Market. This week she talks to Margarita Smith from Mud Creek Ranch.

from Good Food

Laura Avery talks to CJ Jacobson, executive chef at  Girasol  in Studio City.

Market Report

Laura Avery talks to CJ Jacobson, executive chef at Girasol in Studio City.

from Good Food

Laura Avery talks to Julian Cox of the new bar  Brilliantshine  in Santa Monica about what ingredients he’s using in his cocktails.

Market Report

Laura Avery talks to Julian Cox of the new bar Brilliantshine in Santa Monica about what ingredients he’s using in his cocktails.

from Good Food

More from KCRW

As the approaching second pandemic winter is raising concerns about another surge, California health officials are forging ahead with its campaign to get as many people as possible…

from Zócalo's Connecting California

In just two weeks, we’ve gone from 64 tortillas to just 16. Three of our top four No. 1 seeds remain, but there have been a lot of upsets along the way.

from Good Food

From “Back to the Future” to “The Jetsons,” when pop culture imagines the future, it often includes flying cars.

from Greater LA

It’s fall, so fire up the oven and get baking! Dorie Greenspan explores savory spins on classic sweet recipes.

from Good Food

Julia Child completely changed how Americans thought about cooking, and a new side of the culinary phenom is shown in the documentary by Julie Cohen and Betsy West.

from Good Food

The song "Nature Boy" was a huge hit for Nat King Cole and recorded by hundreds of artists, including Frank Sinatra, David Bowie, and Lady Gaga.

from Greater LA

Eighteen months into the pandemic, the days of hoarding toilet paper are mercifully over.

from Good Food

What will it take to finally end veteran homelessness? U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough says progress in Los Angeles could have a domino effect across the country.

from Greater LA

​​In 1975, 17-year-old Cesario “Chayo” Covarrubias left his town of Momax, Zacatecas to join his brothers in East Los Angeles.

from Good Food