Food News Roundup: Sustainable Seafood, Noma Alums + The World's Most Expensive Vegetable
The Salt: "Buying Sustainable Fish Is Getting Easier, But It's Still Hard"
rogerimp/Flickr seafood at The Hungry Cat
The Los Angeles Times: Jonathan Gold recalls looking for a quart of milk in his Koreatown neighborhood on May 1, 1992. He revisits the area 20 years after the riots.
Grub Street: Noma alums coming to a restaurant near you...
Daily Dish: Russ Parsons tries out poi in Hawaii.
The Atlantic: Frugal economist Tyler Cowen looks for a good lunch.
Food Politics: Could sports drinks be health foods? Gatorade tries to school Marion Nestle.
Dine LA: They make ceramic pottery, play harmonica, do carpentry, DJ ... and they're chefs, too.
Food & Think: It could be the world's most expensive vegetable.
The New Yorker: Teenager Flynn McGarry does pop-ups at his San Fernando Valley home; John Sedlar declared the farro dish "formidable."
Fuck You, Broccoli: A rant against lima beans.
Burp and Slurp: The story of The Slice Truck, which just opened a brick-and-mortar spot. It wasn't instant Kogi-fame.
The 99 Cent Chef: Where to eat along the new Expo line.