By Daina Beth Solomon Wed., Oct. 19 2011 at 11:00 AM How often do you see an immense animal in its full form just before you eat it? Unless you are serious about fishing and hunting, live on a farm, or spend a lot of time at Lindy & Grundy, that experience is rare.If the idea sounds intriguing, … Continue reading
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Bäcos + Tuna in the LA Weekly: I am a Food Writer!
After writing LA-centric features for the school newspaper, arts and entertainment articles for the LA Times, and one op-ed about African-American newspapers for the Pasadena Star News, my journalism career is taking yet another turn. I am becoming a food writer! Today, my first posts for the LA Weekly food blog, Squid Ink, were published. Continue reading
A Taste of Tuna
Think of the last time you ate tuna. Perhaps it was from a can – Chicken of the Sea? – and swathed in globs of mayonnaise. Maybe you dabbed a bit on a Carr’s cracker, or sandwiched it between two slices of rye. Or, instead, you a sucked down a small, smooth slice of sashimi, or ate it in a roll wrapped with rice and nori. Now, think of an actual tuna fish. Continue reading