Cat Vasko | KCET
Post date: 2014-04-14T05:37:20-07:00
The "food desert" in Los Angeles is being reconsidered: does the grocery store solution already exist in underserved neighborhoods?
Post date: 2014-04-09T11:37:51-07:00
As these photos of old-school eateries reveal, L.A. has long been a great place to get good ol' American classics like burgers and sandwiches, but its roots are deep in cuisine imported from the rest of the world as well.
Post date: 2014-04-04T02:37:32-07:00
California's agricultural roots run deep, especially when it comes to citrus. Spanish missionaries settling the state in the 1700s cultivated oranges and lemons, and their popularity boomed during the Gold Rush, during which time they were coveted for ...
Post date: 2014-03-26T06:10:36-07:00
As industrialization took root throughout the world, and the distance between cow and consumer kept getting bigger, milk grew into a major source of disease. Is that still the case?
Post date: 2014-03-18T06:47:43-07:00
I compared a block of cheddar cheese with a bag of pre-shredded cheddar from the same company. The shredded cheese contained -- in addition to the ingredients also listed on the block of cheese -- potato starch, powdered cellulose, and natamycin.
Post date: 2014-03-04T04:31:53-08:00
"You know we have chickens for sale up at the front of the store that have already been cooked, right?"