Lindsay dies a zillion deaths after being listed on Cherry Bombe’s 100. She ponders creating a new charity for people to eat white truffles after an extraordinary lunch at Le Farfalle and our SUPER SPECIAL GUEST OF HONOR is none other than Sara Licklider, co-owner of Lioco Wine Co. It’s an action packed show people!
Lindsay gets all sentimental about the Fall season and goes into a monologue on seasonally appropriate cookies. We call the one and only SAM RYAN who is the General Manager at Tusk and Ava Genes in Portland Oregon and ask him: What’s For Family Meal??!
Lindsay explains (in explicit detail) her obsession with the over-the-sink kitchen light and what it signifies when it’s flipped on. Plus, with a real vacation on the horizon, we talk what to cook for a crowd and why the pre-marinated pork tenderloin is just downright lazy.
With Hurricane Florence looming off the coast of the Carolinas, Lindsay finds herself sealed in the house pondering snacks. We call Chef Kelly Fields in New Orleans and find out “What’s For Family Meal?” at Willa Jean and what she always has on hand in case of a hurricane. We will be back at full strength next week folks, stay safe out there.
It’s the first episode of Season IV! The show starts off with a wildly bittersweet announcement. (It’s way bigger and more bitter than you’re even guessing) Then, Lindsay introduces a new segment called “What’s For Family Meal?” where we find out what the super-fancy team at Bell’s in Los Alamos, CA is slurping down between services AND the one and only chef/owner duo Nayda Freire and Evan Gaudreau are in the studio talking about RENZO. Plus, we get into what weird voodoo is behind the recent string of restaurant closings in Charleston. It’s good to be back.
The gang celebrates the greatness of Jonathan Gold. Phil tells a story about accidentally getting overcharged at his favorite corner store. We discover a brand new source for natural health remedies and tackle the highly controversial debate around which peach reigns supreme, the white peach? Or the yellow peach? It’s juicy.