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Good Food

By KCRW, Evan Kleiman

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Evan Kleiman's taste of life, culture and the human species.

Customer Reviews

Great show about food

I've been listening to this show for 15 years and it's consistently great. It's not a cooking show, it's a show about food, where it comes form, who grows it, who cooks it, who eats it, and why.

But be warned, if you don't live in SoCal, listening to the Santa Monica Farmer's Market report in the dead of winter can be torture, hearing about all the lovely fresh fruit (or the tomatoes!). I will really miss Johnathan Gold's segments.

Frasier has left the building and is eating in LA 😊

Started listening to this amazing podcast about six months ago. Now this has become an integral part of my everyday commute from work to home. Have finished listening to all the available episodes recently and will keep listening to it every week now. It’s really hard to find such great radio presenters these days like Evan Kleiman. It’s very informative and well designed program that you would instantly like and keep listening. Even thought I am from Northern California but my love has grown more towards LA after listening to this podcast.

Gets better every year

Evan Kleinman gets better and better with her interviews and topics covered. The show doesn't shy away from difficult issues that resonate all over the country, not just California.
Her tributes this year to Jonathan Gold and Anthony Bourdain are wonderful. thank you KCRW