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.
Lindsay urges you to eat at restaurants during these wild times and recaps the 15th Annual Charleston Wine and Food Festival.
In this episode Lindsay retells a story about a Perfect Manhattan and accidentally says “Perfect Martini” instead…no less than 4 times because she was a little nervous doing the show LIVE at the Charleston Wine and Food Festival Office. She interviews the endlessly interesting Corrie Wang, two time published author and co-owner of Jack Rabbit Filly (that restaurant everyone can’t stop screaming about. ) and it’s simply a delightful jaunt of a listen. A most sincere “Thank You” to Tasting Notes LIVE a podcast by CHWFF for having us..and to all of the lovely humans who sat in the audience and smiled at us…we are just so grateful.
Lindsay is back from the dead. She ponders whether wellness and F & B can ever truly go together AND She shares THREE chances for you to come hang with her this month alone…yah know to make up for lost time. Check them out below and let’s effin b together!!!!
2/12 @ 4pm LIVE PODCAST with magnificent unicorn Corrie Wang of Jack Rabbit Filly at Charleston Wine and Food: https://charlestonwineandfood.com/events/effin-b-radio-live/
2/16 EXCESS BOXES COMEDY SHOW @ TIN ROOF (tickets at the door only)
2/21 11am-6pm HOGS FOR THE CAUSE VIP TICKETS:
Lindsay grapples with why restaurant folks feel the need to over-do it when it comes to “hospitality” and recounts her kids’ recent Hot Chocolate Stand.
Lindsay is joined by Kwei Fei’s own David Schuttenberg to talk about non-edible garnish and some other stuff. BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY: David leads a Guided Meditation and subliminally teaches you how to make something while he does it. Tune in and drop out.
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 gives another shopper unsolicited cheese-plate-building guidance in Trader Joes. Plus, corporate behemoth Chick Fil-a pops up at a food court intended for small businesses to test new concepts AND Lindsay reveals a forthcoming project by yours truly. and lots of other unsolicited advice.