Genevieve Ko talks dim sum and Mexican food in the San Gabriel Valley

Genevieve Ko's fondest food memories involve old-school dim sum and East L.A. tacos.
Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • October 10, 2020
I became a fan of Genevieve Ko a few years ago when I received a copy of her 2016 baking masterwork, "Better Baking," as a holiday gift. I learned many important lessons from that book — the value of investing in a good rimmed baking sheet, for...
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