Clarissa Wei | KCET
Clarissa Wei is a freelance journalist who writes about food systems and minority cultures. She has researched extensively on the topics of Chinese food and sustainable agriculture and is a certified permaculture designer.
Post date: 2017-07-26T15:16:16-07:00
In a city stereotyped for its dedication to healthful food, organic Asian produce grown within the greater metropolitan Los Angeles area is actually quite rare.
Post date: 2017-07-20T15:12:42-07:00
Porto's Bakery sells about 1.2 million cheese rolls and 550,000 potato balls per month. But this bakery that could was once a black market business born in Communist Cuba.
Post date: 2017-06-28T11:46:00-07:00
Tribe's vegetable gardens died during long repair dispute.
Post date: 2017-06-15T15:45:31-07:00
From a vantage point, the offerings at Park’s Finest are like every other barbecue restaurant in Los Angeles. But delve in deeper and you’ll find the important subtleties.
Post date: 2017-06-13T12:10:20-07:00
Dive boat anchors are hurting purple corals. It won't cost much to stop the damage. But we're still not doing so. Why?
Post date: 2017-05-26T12:06:16-07:00
Feeding the 5000 is a traveling global event featuring meals made entirely from food waste. The Los Angeles event, which was held in early May in Pershing Square, rescued 12,800 pounds of produce and served 5,440 meals to the public.