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Good Food

KCRW

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Good Food

Good Food

KCRW

64
Followers
192
Plays
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Everything you wanted to know about good cooking, good eating, good food! From LA Chef, author, radio host, and restaurateur Evan Kleiman, at KCRW.com.

Latest Episodes

Roxane Gay, plant-based Mexican, Indian spices

Like it or hate it, home cooking is the task that won’t go away during the pandemic. Author Roxane Gay learned to cook while being a vegetarian, and shares her adventures in the kitchen on her Twitter feed. Plus, veganism is finding its place in...

56 MIN5 d ago
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Roxane Gay, plant-based Mexican, Indian spices

Food in film, takeout, tortillas

Food plays a starring role in some stellar movies from last year. Good Food looks back on conversations with the filmmakers of “The Farewell,” “The Biggest Little Farm,” and “Honeyland.” In each film, food brings people together in ways...

56 MIN1 w ago
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Food in film, takeout, tortillas

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. From magical mushrooms on the forest floor to rare pasta shapes in Italy, grab the popcorn, tune in, and prepare to...

56 MIN2 w ago
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Mushrooms, tacos, traditional pastas

Meat supply, slaughterhouses, French classics

Meat is a multibillion dollar industry. With the pandemic forcing closures of packing facilities and employees being too ill to work, the availability of cheap meat for consumers is threatened. Good Food is taking a deep dive into the meat system...

56 MIN3 w ago
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Meat supply, slaughterhouses, French classics

Cajun cooking, tacos, salmon

We explore American traditions in cooking: Cajun cuisine in the bayou of Louisiana, dairy restaurants of New York, tacos in Texas and California. Also, after a long battle over decriminalization, street vendors are facing new challenges with the...

56 MINMAY 2
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Cajun cooking, tacos, salmon

Restaurants pivot, Pie Pageant, chile peppers

Many restaurants have closed, and others who’ve remained open have adjusted their business models to rely on takeout and delivery. We hear from restaurateurs and a chef on adapting to this new normal. Also, we were unable to hold our annual Good...

56 MINAPR 25
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Restaurants pivot, Pie Pageant, chile peppers

Tinned fish, Ramadan, immigrants in the food supply chain

Confinement cooking continues with clever ways to use tinned seafood in the pantry. With the holy month of Ramadan starting this week, we explore traditional practices and dishes to break the fast. We also check in with some of the most vulnerable...

56 MINAPR 18
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Tinned fish, Ramadan, immigrants in the food supply chain

Housework, gardening, the dairy industry

The old adage, “a woman’s work is never done,” takes a different spin as families hunker down during COVID-19 and share traditional household responsibilities. Out in the backyard, we explore what to plant in your garden this spring, and get...

56 MINAPR 11
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Housework, gardening, the dairy industry

Food supply chain, virtual Passover, vegetarian Easter

The food supply chain has many links in order to get dinner on the table. We hear from a truck driver about his challenges in getting products to grocery stores. Plus, spring is here, and with it comes Passover and Easter. We have tips for virtual...

56 MINAPR 4
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Food supply chain, virtual Passover, vegetarian Easter

Relief work, cooking at home

As we navigate this temporary but new normal of being relegated to our homes, we get suggestions for recipes and healthy kitchen projects. Plus, heroes are on the frontlines of this global pandemic, from humanitarian/chef José Andrés to grocery...

56 MINMAR 28
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Relief work, cooking at home

Latest Episodes

Roxane Gay, plant-based Mexican, Indian spices

Like it or hate it, home cooking is the task that won’t go away during the pandemic. Author Roxane Gay learned to cook while being a vegetarian, and shares her adventures in the kitchen on her Twitter feed. Plus, veganism is finding its place in...

56 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Roxane Gay, plant-based Mexican, Indian spices

Food in film, takeout, tortillas

Food plays a starring role in some stellar movies from last year. Good Food looks back on conversations with the filmmakers of “The Farewell,” “The Biggest Little Farm,” and “Honeyland.” In each film, food brings people together in ways...

56 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Food in film, takeout, tortillas

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. From magical mushrooms on the forest floor to rare pasta shapes in Italy, grab the popcorn, tune in, and prepare to...

56 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Mushrooms, tacos, traditional pastas

Meat supply, slaughterhouses, French classics

Meat is a multibillion dollar industry. With the pandemic forcing closures of packing facilities and employees being too ill to work, the availability of cheap meat for consumers is threatened. Good Food is taking a deep dive into the meat system...

56 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Meat supply, slaughterhouses, French classics

Cajun cooking, tacos, salmon

We explore American traditions in cooking: Cajun cuisine in the bayou of Louisiana, dairy restaurants of New York, tacos in Texas and California. Also, after a long battle over decriminalization, street vendors are facing new challenges with the...

56 MINMAY 2
Comments
Cajun cooking, tacos, salmon

Restaurants pivot, Pie Pageant, chile peppers

Many restaurants have closed, and others who’ve remained open have adjusted their business models to rely on takeout and delivery. We hear from restaurateurs and a chef on adapting to this new normal. Also, we were unable to hold our annual Good...

56 MINAPR 25
Comments
Restaurants pivot, Pie Pageant, chile peppers

Tinned fish, Ramadan, immigrants in the food supply chain

Confinement cooking continues with clever ways to use tinned seafood in the pantry. With the holy month of Ramadan starting this week, we explore traditional practices and dishes to break the fast. We also check in with some of the most vulnerable...

56 MINAPR 18
Comments
Tinned fish, Ramadan, immigrants in the food supply chain

Housework, gardening, the dairy industry

The old adage, “a woman’s work is never done,” takes a different spin as families hunker down during COVID-19 and share traditional household responsibilities. Out in the backyard, we explore what to plant in your garden this spring, and get...

56 MINAPR 11
Comments
Housework, gardening, the dairy industry

Food supply chain, virtual Passover, vegetarian Easter

The food supply chain has many links in order to get dinner on the table. We hear from a truck driver about his challenges in getting products to grocery stores. Plus, spring is here, and with it comes Passover and Easter. We have tips for virtual...

56 MINAPR 4
Comments
Food supply chain, virtual Passover, vegetarian Easter

Relief work, cooking at home

As we navigate this temporary but new normal of being relegated to our homes, we get suggestions for recipes and healthy kitchen projects. Plus, heroes are on the frontlines of this global pandemic, from humanitarian/chef José Andrés to grocery...

56 MINMAR 28
Comments
Relief work, cooking at home
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