Farmers’ Market Tour Santa Monica, CA
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 Santa Monica Farmers’ Market Tour with Amelia
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My simple recipe for Savory Rice Porridge with Nettles from KRCW Good Food was inspired by Koda Farms’ delicious Kukuho Rose rice and is comfort food at its best.
You won't miss the cream in this no-cream Smooth-as-Silk Parsnip Puree recipe from KRCW Good Food.
I get to tell New Zealand why the Santa Monica Farmers' Market is a culinary destination in this New Zealand Herald feature on my town.
Rob Eshman puts complicated thoughts into cogent words about Israel-Gaza conflict in this Jewish Journal piece. I especially appreciate numbers 1,3, 7, and 10.
Michael Ruhlman invites third-generation farmer Kasha Bialas to share her best tips to support small, local farmers on Ruhlman.com.
My interview with The Argonaut about my Santa Monica Farmers' Market Tours and the ingredients for a winning farmers' market.
My tribute to Marcella Hazan was the second-most popular Soapbox column of 2013 on Zester Daily. Read about the lessons I learned from this great teacher.
Here's what's needed for market oversight by David Karp: smart inspectors, good training, and willing managers. It's finally happening, but is there money to sustain the program?
The miraculous recovery and restoration of the Iraqi Jewish Archives. Why on earth was Saddam hiding old Passover haggadot and Hanukkah songbills in Baghdad? Here's the amazing story and the extraordinary exhibit itself that reveals the social and personal history of a once-thriving community.
A lovely Q & A by Elizabeth Winslow, founder of Haymakers. You sure captured the excitement of our day together at the market. Thank you!
Dale Franzen, Director of the Broad Stage, blogs about my farmers' market tour! Do re mi so fine!
Check out the YouTube video of the "Vegetable Lightning Round" I taught at Google! I slice, grate, toss grill, and saute in this recipe-packed demo for summer vegetables.
My book is now indexed and searchable at Eat Your Books.
Mary MacVean profiled my kitchen for the LA Times.
SMFM 30th Anniversary Press
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