After having some ear pain, Lindsay uncovers a highly disturbing doctors office hiding in plain sight. Plus, Charleston Wine and Food Festival is upon us. Start hydrating now. And don’t forget to come party tomorrow, Saturday February 26th from 11am-5pm at Home Team BBQ downtown Charleston and help us raise money for a very special cause.
On this episode I talk about my nightly cereal addiction and toy with the idea of a LIVE call-in feature for the show and pose this question: Are Millennials the only people on the internet?
Lindsay rattles off three things she’s making this weekend…(it’s actually more like five if you count the panda cupcake talk…)
Lindsay praises David Chang’s ramen recipes and gets excited about a brand new show on HBO max by Helen Cho and Lisa Ling!
Grab Tickets to Hogs For The Cause on Feb 26th here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rock-the-block-2022-tickets-233952898417
Lindsay analyzes what makes a burger great and shares a big announcment.
Lindsay gets tired of soup and wonders why she isn’t better at saying “Carnitas”. Plus she shares three things she’s making this weekend.
Lindsay shares three things she’s making this weekend, three things she’s excited about in Charleston (HELLO OLD LI’S RESTAURANT!!!!) and why she’s always early to every pop-up.
It’s the last episode of 2021!
You can easily substitute any raw crunchy vegetable (carrots, celery, fennel) and your favorite cheese and this would be delicious
2 medium radishes (watermelon or French breakfast)
8 oz of Gruyère cheese half of it sliced into triangles and the other half in chunks
1 tablespoon of good olive oil
1 – 2 teaspoons or chili crisp to taste
1/4 of a lemon
1. Slice the block of cheese in half to make two triangles. Then using your hands break one half into small chunks and slice the other half into thin slices.
2. Arrange radishes and cheese randomly on a plate and drizzle with olive oil + chili crisp. Squeeze a 1/4 of a lemon over the entire plate and finish with Maldon salt and cracked pepper.