This week we have a real special guest on Lunch Therapy! So special, in fact, that he can't reveal his face:
That's because he's Bill Addison, the James Beard award-winning food critic for the L.A. Times.
In today's session, we go deep into his past, Ratatouille-style, and learn about his formative restaurant experiences (he still remembers the name of the waiter!), his obsession with Lebanese food, his capacity for self-criticism, and his mother's potato rolls. We also talk about his writing technique, L.A. as the greatest food city in America, and why he gets so mad when a restaurant sends over free food.
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And if you have any time to spare, and you enjoy what you hear, please, please, please leave a review in iTunes. It takes all of two minutes. I can't tell you how much your reviews last week meant to me! Every little bit helps, especially as I try to get iTunes to feature the podcast under the food section. So do a good deed for your favorite former-food-blogger-who-still-kinda-blogs-and-newsletter-writes-and-podcasts.
Speaking of blogging, I blogged two recipes for you today! Greek Stuffed Peppers (they're amazing) and French Pizza. French Pizza? See below.
Until next week....