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Katherine Spiers
About Me:
Katherine's role as the Living editor at KCET.org keeps her running from farms to markets to restaurants to pop-up swaps all over SoCal. She's been living in and writing about this area for over a decade.
Favorite KCET Show:
California's Small Farms
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    This dessert is made up of quite simple ingredients, but when you assemble it, it's a showstopper!
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    This easy, perfectly seasonal salad from The Auntie Em's Cookbook tastes so good you will -- wait for it -- forget it's extremely healthy and full of nutrients, too.
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    This kimchi fried rice is easily assembled with store-bought ingredients, making it an ideal weeknight dinner.
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    Serve with rice pilaf or make sandwiches with warm pita bread, sliced red onion, and chopped fresh mint.
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    Naomi Shim's financier recipe, a simple, delightful tea cake that mostly butter and egg whites and fruit.
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    The mix of old and new vendors at Grand Central Market has turned it into a culinary wonderland. But these two dishes are the best. (Plus one honorable mention!)
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    Keep it simple by adding just one type of fruit, and just use a regular old cheap bottle of merlot.
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    Corn on the cob is often prepared by boiling or steaming, but if you don't mind an extra step, the rewards found in grilling it are many and delicious.
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    Fish tacos are a multi-step process -- but an easy multi-step process. Just assemble the components ahead of time, and voila, you have the perfect summery, California-style dinner!
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    KCET Food editor Katherine Spiers tried the grasshopper (or chapuline) offerings at Monte Alban in the West L.A./Westwood area. Watch the video to find our how they're sourced and cooked ... and how they taste.