Tiger the barn cat, mouser extraordinaire, resident of @takingthereinsla, which happens to be where I volunteer. I just set up their Instagram: please give it a follow if you like pictures of chickens and horses and gardens and you’re not made of stone.
If you lived in Los Angeles County during the 1960s through the 1980s, you most likely knew of a place to stop for milk and other provisions, all taken care of within the comfort of your own car. Chances are, it was associated with Alta Dena Dairy.
And then they threw all their money into the raw milk/anti-pasteurization fight…
"While the basis on which people reject other animals — that that animal is too intelligent — people often give themselves a pass for pig, which makes no sense to me. Pigs are known to be extremely intelligent."
This is a really excellent interview. They touch on class issues, male chefs versus female chefs, Jonathan Gold’s legacy, and why LA is such an important food city.