Lindsay calls up Alfia Muzio to discuss her latest project Vestal ( a rad culinary consultancy helping you with all things cooking at-home) and how she went from passing the Bar to being a line cook in some of NYC’s coolest restaurants. They talk about her time working in the Bon Appetite Test Kitchen and how she gets her two extremely cute kids to eat food that isn’t always just chicken nuggets…(but sometimes it is..)
“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 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.
In the second part of our series on Covid-19 vs. Restaurants, we cover two new cities: Savannah, Georgia and Austin, Texas. Danny Skalak reports on the situation in Savannah and why statistics can be deceiving. Arjav Ezekiel tells us about a brilliant petition he wrote to get relief for the people suffering the terrifying financial ramifications of small business closures. If you want to weigh in on how the Covid-19 is affecting your restaurant community send me a message at email@example.com and we will give you a Corona-Call.