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May 8, 2014 from 5 to 6 PM PST
UPDATE: In case you missed it, the Hangout is live for viewing here.
Chatting with author Cathy Chaplin (+Gastronomy Blog) about how she turned her blog into a book. If you’ve ever wanted to write a book, come check out the show. We’ll also be chatting about where to eat in LA! How you can participate:
- Leave a comment/ask a question on our event page
- Upload a photo of your favorite LA eatery
- Tweet us out at #kitchenparty
KitchenParty is a weekly interactive and live-streaming web series on Google+. The show is produced by BakeSpace.com. Each week the live web series brings you the culinary world’s most innovative movers and shakers live and in person so you can chat with them. The format of our show allows you to ask questions, share recipes, upload photos of your culinary creations or simply sit back and enjoy the show!
Asian Americans utilize social media more than any other ethnic group in the United States. This may explain why there appears to be a disproportionate number of Asian American food bloggers and “Yelpers” in Los Angeles. This panel explores the growing influence and role of Asian Americans in contemporary Los Angeles food trends. Are Asians Americans truly the new “taste-makers” in Los Angeles, or even nationally?
Moderated by Nguyen Tran of Starry Kitchen, a formerly underground kitchen gone legal, the panel will include:
- Cathy Chaplin, writer of ” The Food Lover’s Guide to Los Angeles” and creator of gastronomyblog.com.
- Robert Ji-Song Ku, author of Dubious Gastronomy: The Cultural Politics of Eating Asian in the USA, co-editor of Eating Asian America: A Food Studies Reader, and Associate Professor of Asian American Studies at Binghamton University.
- Eddie Lin, author of Deep End Dining and Los Angeles Magazine’s Digest blog.
In which we discuss The Verdugos, Mama’s Lu, Pie ‘n Burger, Pa Ord, Lucky Noodle King, Chengdu Taste, and my mom calling me a pussy. Thank you to Dominic Riley and Jenn Harris for making me feel right at home on this week’s Forkin’ Amazing! Fun starts at 17 minutes.