“Porrón” a comedy short written by Lindsay debuts today! The geniuses of Nameless Numberhead brought this sketch to life with the help of Kyle Perritt at Seamless Pictures. She sits down with the cast to talk what it was like to film this silly short on location at Estadio here in Charleston.
Lindsay apologizes for going silent and laments on how masks have forced her to smell her own breath.
Lindsay takes a break from calling her pals (don’t worry Corona-Phone-A-Friend is coming back with special guests Cynthia Wong and Rudy Mohosky later this week) to check in and tell you what she’s been eating and cooking in this wild post-Covid-19 world.
Lindsay calls up Chef Mike Lata, Chef and Co-owner of FIG Restaurant and The Ordinary here in Charleston SC to see how the properties are proceeding following the mandate to close all dining rooms in restaurants across South Carolina. Wise words here, people….listen up.
Lindsay calls up a few friends in the industry to see how people are coping with the Covid-19 ramifications all over the country. She calls restaurant royalty: Katie Bell and the endlessly talented Chef Suzanne Cupps of 232 Bleeker in NYC and then switches time zones to chat with the Duke of Hospitality himself: Robert Pratt of The French laundry. SPOILER ALERT: you’ll feel much better after hearing these brilliant minds calmly discuss the state of the union.
Lindsay urges you to eat at restaurants during these wild times and recaps the 15th Annual Charleston Wine and Food Festival.