There’s no way we could have phoned this one in. Check out what we discovered on our pastrami sandwich crawl: French rolls, jalapeños, telenovelas, aquas de jamaica and all.
For the past two years, KCRW’s yearly pie contest has featured a “World Pie” category that is inspired by a current exhibition at UCLA’s Fowler Museum. This year, we give you the “Cuban Pie” category, a nod to the “Nkame: A Retrospective of Cuban Printmaker Belkis Ayón,” which opens on Sunday, October 2.
Cape Seafood and Provisions buys seafood from a community supported agriculture program called Dock to Dish. Since April, the seafood shop co-owned by Michael Cimarusti (Providence, Connie & Ted’s) has been selling fresh and smoked fish and gourmet pantry items at its store in West Hollywood.
Anya Fernald worked with dairy farms and artisanal producers in Europe before launching Slow Food Nation and building Belcampo Meat Co.’s vertically integrated meat empire from the ground up. Fernald has also just published a new cookbook, “Home Cooked,” in which she shares recipes and the story of how Belcampo was born.