Lindsay shares three things she’s excited to do in Charleston THIS weekend and three things she’s cooking. Plus a short soliloquy on why panzanella salad is the kitchen sink of “salads”.
Lindsay tries to figure out how to cook while “primitive camping”.
Lindsay swears off giving people restaurant recommendations and asks the audience for a hush puppy recipe.
Lindsay discovers a new love for gardening and shares three things she’s excited about making this weekend.
Lindsay gushes about what a treasure Abundant Seafood is (if you live in Charleston check them out in Park Circle or Shem Creek in Mount Pleasant) and confesses a deep…dark…secret about a food she pretends to like.
Lindsay has to face the music about whether or not she deserves a CSA. Plus, an ancient pearl of wisdom from a former co-worker comes in handy in a sad situation.
I am in awe of my two guests Ben Towill and Charlie Layton. This interview features two incredible members of Charleston’s F&B community and I hope you love it and MOST OF ALL DONATE. (Donate by clicking here: https://www.dreamboats.us ). Check out more about The Dreamboats below:
Each year, Talisker Whiskey presents the Atlantic Challenge, a 3,000 mile race across the Atlantic, otherwise known as the world’s toughest row. A testament to endurance, preparation, and hard work, the row attracts 100 or so participants annually, inviting these individuals and the world, to partake in an incomparable journey. This year, the Dreamboats take on the challenge, raising money for two incredible organizations dedicated to enacting social change through food education and climate science, the Green Heart Project and the 2041 Foundation.
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?