The incredible Angie Tunstall is a co-owner of Stems and Skins (our favorite wine bar in all the land) and a total badass. She joins the gang in the studio on a this freaky Friday to talk cheesecake, what to do with all that leftover bread and iberico ham fat one accumulates by running said “badass bar” and how she approaches staffing in this rapidly changing industry. Lindsay finds a new tool to help you figure out what to do with your life, happy Friday the 13th ya big weirdos!
The gang discusses whether or not certain alcohols actually make you a mean drunk. We examine social media etiquette regarding tragedy and learn about a new edible art exhibit!
The gang discusses Nikki’s upcoming television debut and gives you all the details on where to come watch the show with US!!! (hint: it’s Moe’s Crosstown Tavern) AND we discover a new way to get delicious junk food without being judged by those pesky grocery store-goers.
The gang celebrates 100 episodes and recaps the shitty past few weeks the world of food has been having. It’s shitty. But then Trey calls and we discover a new app that helps you not hate your news feed so much.
LIFE RAFT TREATS saves our lives with so many treats. Owners Cynthia Wong and Mary Oster stop by the studio to tell us all about Charleston’s hottest new TREAT TRUCK and totally blow our minds with an amazing announcement: the truck will transform in the winter. (hint: it doesn’t involve ice-cream) AND it just wouldn’t be our ONE HUNDREDTH episode without our darling Philip Michael Cohen but it’s life-saving nonetheless. (fear not, the 100th episode airs NEXT WEEK.)
It’s the 99th episode for us here at Effinbradio and we reflect on how many hours we must have spent together to tape that many shows. Nikki discovers a new line of salty gins and Phil sort of tells us about his new job. We are so delighted to still be in your hearts 99 weeks later….love, effinbradio
Katy Keefe joins the gang to talk dessert pizzas, what she would bring to a Memorial Day bbq and the “dark web”. Phil has an idea for a way to keep front of house folks interested during line-up.