KCRW's Good Food

KCRW's Good Food

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Support KCRW's public radio podcasts. Join online at KCRW.com or call 800-600-5279. Your weekly treat from Evan Kleiman. By tuning in to Good Food, you can discover delicious recipes, great restaurants, and unique places to buy authentic ingredients; find out how to prepare the newest foods in the marketplace; learn techniques of master chefs and ideas for novices; and listen to discussions about food politics and the latest trends in food and eating. For the latest recipe featured on Good Food, email us at recipes@kcrw.org or simply click here. GOOD FOOD THANKS ITS UNDERWRITERS: Du Vin Wine & Spirits: In business for more than two decades at San Vicente in West Hollywood, Du Vin offers more than 10,000 bottles of hand-picked wine, with staff specialists in the wines of France, Italy, Latin America and California.More from KCRW's Good Food »

Most Recent Episodes

Making Bánh Chung, Super Bowl Diet, Eating Off-road in Japan

For the Vietnamese new year, Chef Diep Tran shares her spin on traditional lunar new year cakes. Retired NFL center Shaun O'Hara reveals what players eat leading up to Super Bowl Sunday. Matt Goulding of Roads & Kingdoms talks about exploring some of the lesser-known spots and dishes of Japan.

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Eating Out Loud with Lucky Peach

Hosted by Lucky Peach editors Peter Meehan and Chris Ying, "Eating Out Loud" featured readings and performances about food from David Chang, Jonathan Gold, Kim Gordon, Amelia Gray, Roy Choi and Eric Wareheim. Contains explicit language

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Boudin King Cake, Bergamots at the Market, to Tip or not to Tip?

Ahead of Mardi Gras, Louisiana filmmaker Jamie Ross dishes on a savory king cake taking center stage at the party. Mud Creek Ranch sells fragrant bergamot oranges for a few short weeks at the market. Long-time restaurateur Michael McCarty weighs in on the controversial practice of tipping.

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Seafood Congee in the SGV, Dwindling Bees, Oaxaca on Wheels

Jonathan Gold visits a high-end porridge restaurant in the San Gabriel Valley. Journalist Tom Philpott examines how a widely-used insecticide is hurting bees. And Good Food taco correspondent Bill Esparza showcases a food truck serving regional Oaxacan food west of the 405.

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Dispatches from the Front of the House, Roy Choi Opens LocoL

Independent radio producer Sara Curtis explores San Francisco's "front of house" culture; Roy Choi takes us on a tour of LOCOL in Watts.

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Celebrity Diet Fails, Friendly Fats, Unpacking Pok Pok LA

Rebecca Harrington enthralls us with her hilarious attempts to follow celebrity diets; author Nina Teicholz casts doubt on the low fat diet trends of previous decades; Jonathan Gold says there?s a lot to unpack at Andy Ricker?s much-anticipated Pok Pok LA in Chinatown.

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Trois Familia, Mission Chinese Food, the Air We...Eat?

Jonathan Gold stops in for brunch at the Silver Lake hot spot, Trois Familia; Chef Danny Bowien reinvents "Americanized Oriental Food" at Mission Chinese Food; and writer/podcaster Nicola Twilley explains how aeroir, the atmospheric flavor of a location, affects the food we eat.

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The Best of 'Good Food,' 2015 Edition

We revisit our favorite segments of the year, from eating ice cream in Mogadishu to the unlikely history of edible underwear. Plus, Jonathan Gold shares his favorite dishes of 2015.

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Jacques Pépin at 80, Madhur Jaffrey Goes Veg, Ruth Reichl

Now at age 80, Jacques Pépin reflects on the craft of cooking and how his palate has evolved. Plus, Madhur Jaffrey turns her attention to vegetables in her latest book; and Lidia Bastianich reflects on the small courtyard in Istria where her lifelong passion for food began.

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Donabe Cooking, Scratch and Sniff Guide to Whiskey, Mexicano

Naoko Moore introduces us to Japanese donabe (hot pot) cooking. Plus, Richard Betts returns with a new scratch-and-sniff whiskey guide; and Jonathan Gold finds flautas, enchiladas and enormous margaritas at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza.

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