California Matters with Mark Bittman - Episode 1 | KCET
California Matters with Mark Bittman - Episode 1
Cookbook author and New York Times columnist Mark Bittman has come west to explore California and the food that's grown and made here. In this 10-part series, prduced by the University of California's Global Food Initiative, he'll visit oyster farms in Northern California, Chinese restaurants in Southern California, and farmers in the Central Valley, stopping at points in between to talk to urban foragers and kids eating school lunches, among others.
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