Chef at EP & LP
Chef at EP & LP
A primer on Fijian cuisine and jackfruit Way out in the Pacific are the kinds of islands that make us dream. Or sing. Think the musical South Pacific. But these tropical isles also yield some really great, flavorful food. At EP & LP , Chef Louis Tikaram brings his Fijian, Chinese and Indian roots to the table. He gives us a primer on Fijian cuisine and the versatile jackfruit, along with favorite jams to play at his hip West Hollywood spot. Find a recipe for his Kokoda — that’s ceviche, Fiji style — on the Good Food blog . Music: "Thug Life (Instrumental)" by Tupac
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