Today we continue our Q&A with Chef Joshua Miller of 320 Main. If you missed the first part, read it here.
Stay tuned tomorrow for our final installment: a recipe from the chef.
What would you'd like to see more of in Orange County from a culinary standpoint:
Resurgence of grass-roots recipes with modern twists, more family-style diners.
What would you'd like to see less of in Orange County from a culinary standpoint:
Betty Crocker's Picture Cookbook 1956.
What show would you pitch to the Food Network?
Culinary Arts for Kids.
Weirdest thing you've ever eaten:
You're making an omelet. What's in it?
Eggs, bacon, green onion, tomato, aged Vermont cheddar.
You're at the market. What do you buy two of?
Weirdest customer request:
A guest needed a gluten, lactose & sugar free dinner. Not weird I guess, but extremely diffcult.
Favorite OC restaurant(s) other than your own:
Spark Woodfire Grill in Huntington Beach.
Hardest lesson you've learned:
Grace under fire, remain composed despite chaotic surroundings/situations.
What would the last meal on Earth be?
Beef stroganoff, lobster, artichokes & fried chicken & waffles.
Who's your hero? Culinary or otherwise?
What cuisine that you are unfamiliar with would you want to learn more about and why?
Japanese: There is pride in the culture's ancestry and traditions.
320 Main, 320 Main St., Seal Beach, CA 90740, (562) 799-6246; www.320mainsealbeach.com