Garrett Snyder
Episode 6 March 12, 2018

Garrett Snyder ’09

Los Angeles is considered one of the most ethnically diverse U.S. cities, and its culinary culture is just as wide-ranging. As food editor of Los Angeles Magazine, Garrett Snyder ’09 probably has tasted as many dishes as a United Nations chef. Snyder talks about L.A.’s unique food culture, the oddest thing he’s ever eaten and the city’s next hot food trends.

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