Lindsay urges you to eat at restaurants during these wild times and recaps the 15th Annual Charleston Wine and Food Festival.
After a New York Times article paints Charleston’s Food Scene with an ominous brush, Lindsay reflects on the current climate of the hospitality industry in the Holy City.
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 gets lied to in a Lowes Home Improvement Garden Center and also talks James Beard Finalists. Natalie Freihon is in the studio (A throwback to Charleston Wine and Food Festival) and she talks Basic Kitchen and fills us in on opening a second location of The Fat Radish in Savannah.
Lindsay breaks her phone, makes sticky buns and talks salt shortages on this weeks better late than never (sort of) show.