Lindsay sort of haphazardly discusses the recent controversy surrounding Charleston’s food critic Hanna Raskin and one restaurant’s decision to ban her. She waxes poetic about her favorite way to eat Okra and apologizes for ripping off Samin Nosrat accidentally (before she watched the Netflix series) back in January. Oh boy, is there egg on her face.
Lindsay explains why there should be less cookbooks written. Chef Michael Sichel is in the studio and he talks how to tackle the beast that is being the Chef of a stunning new hotel in Charleston: Hotel Bennett.
Lindsay gets lied to in a Lowes Home Improvement Garden Center and also talks James Beard Finalists. Natalie Freihon is in the studio (A throwback to Charleston Wine and Food Festival) and she talks Basic Kitchen and fills us in on opening a second location of The Fat Radish in Savannah.
Lindsay interviews GEOFF RHYNE of Red Clay Hot Sauce on location at the lovely Hotel Bennet outside of the Charleston Wine and Food Festival. She recaps her hang in the Heritage Radio Podcast studio and mourns the MIA fancy CHWFF afterparty.
WHAT’S FOR FAMILY MEAL IS BACK! Lindsay calls up Braydon Sutherland in Paris, FR at the iconic Chez la Vieille and he gives us the skinny on his last six months living abroad. AND Lindsay finally drops the super secret, super rad announcement (it’s pretty epic…listen to the end) and reads a listener letter on air.
Lindsay sits down with THE “Fiery Ron” and Adam Rothstein of Home Team BBQ to talk ‘Rock the Block’ an incredible event here in Charleston supporting ‘Hogs for the Cause’, a charity helping families of children dealing with pediatric brain cancer. It’s a heart melt. Listen to find out more about this block party happening February 23rd!
Lindsay gives another shopper unsolicited cheese-plate-building guidance in Trader Joes. Plus, corporate behemoth Chick Fil-a pops up at a food court intended for small businesses to test new concepts AND Lindsay reveals a forthcoming project by yours truly. and lots of other unsolicited advice.