This Week On Good Food: Restaurant Camp, Hoosier Pie, LA’s Best Soup Dumpling

Do you like Chinese food? Probably not as much as David Chan, a local businessman who has eaten at over 6,000 Chinese restaurants. Speaking of Chinese food, Jonathan Gold discovers his new favorite soup dumpling in LA and Sang Yoon describes traditional night markets in Asia and his upcoming LuckyRice Night Market in LA. In an excerpt from To The Point, reporter Alan Bjerga details the drought conditions he has seen on his road trip through the Midwest and Ray Offenheiser of OXFAM America explains what drought conditions here in the US mean for markets and food aid worldwide. Good Food Producer Gillian Ferguson visits a “Restaurant Camp” where the kids are in charge of the menu and we’ll explore the United States of Pie with author Adrienne Kane. Plus, Maryann Carpenter of Coastal Organics is back at the Santa Monica Farmers Market with her bounty of heirloom tomatoes and Gavin Mills of Wood & Vine shares a recipe for Grilled Peach and Burrata Salad.

  • Miranda

    Where's the recipe for the peach salad? I listened to the podcast, came home to search for it, but it's not here. What gives? Can you please post it?

  • Ruby de Leon

    I was talking with my mom and sister about the dumplings at the restaurant next to the Luscious dumplings in San Gabrielle. The comparison of the dough the the new place has is opposite to what we prefer. We would like the dough to be lighter instead of more doughy where you can have just a little bit of the starch and more flavor from the meat inside. I guess everyone in different. Thank you for the update. We love dumpling soups and pot stickers. Would you have a good recipe for them?.

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