Lindsay sits down with BBQ behemoth Sam Jones to talk preserving tradition while still evolving and what it’s like to be a third generation Whole Hog pit master. His brand new book Whole Hog is filled with beautiful stories and treasured recipes but the best part of the show might just be Sam reading a few excerpts from his unpublished collection of quotes that lives on his phone. He lovingly dubs these one-liners “Things You Hear Stand-in Around” and they’re prettyyyy hysterical.
Lindsay sits down with a few of the amazing minds behind Women In Hospitality United for a special edition of Effin B Radio. Co-Founders Erin Fairbanks and Elizabeth Meltz along with Advisor Patricia Duffy tell the story behind WIHU and shine some light on exactly how this amazing group plans to create solutions for women in the industry.
Lindsay makes Peach Toast, fixes up her patio and successfully uses everything in the CSA box. PLUS she shares her new favorite spot in North Charleston: A Mexican Sports Bar called Rigo’s and explains why you should be at the Women In Hospitality United hang on June 9th!
Lindsay discusses the importance of working clean, a side of cooking that no one ever wants to talk about because…well..cleaning is boring. but even if it’s not sexy, working clean is essential to being a truly badass cook. She challenges the listeners to step up their home-bar game and reveals the two things you can’t leave the grocery store without.
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.