29 Min Released Feb 8, 2017

Jonathan Gold on L.A. Food, Anonymity, and Thousand-Year Eggs (Rebroadcast)

Getting 30 minutes in a room with L.A. restaurant critic and Pulitzer-winning food writer Jonathan Gold is a little like feeding the man himself a single taco. We do it anyway. Listen as we discuss City of Gold—the new documentary featuring him—plus the role of a critic, the insignificance of anonymity, and the great mosaic that is L.A. food. This episode was originally released on March 24, 2016. 

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