In some strange turn of events I’m the first person EVER to invite Aimee France on a podcast?? She is known on instagram as yungkombucha420 and her cakes quite literally stopped me in my tracks. Clearly I’m not alone in that because she recently made Chloë Sevigny’s wedding cake and has more orders than she can handle.
If you live in NYC and would like to place an order you can email her at 💌 email@example.com
My esteemed guest today is April Dove and we talk all about brews. April is the Founder of Tha CommUNITY Brew: a multi-brew initiative that is seeking out a change in the craft beer industry. We discuss how she fell in love with beer during a trip to Germany, how she got so good at home brewing and why she is committed to getting the black community more involved in craft beer.
Lindsay briefly addresses the overturning of Roe V. Wade and talks about a S’more + Peanut Butter Cup Hybrid that was inspired by her days at Cold Stone Creamery. PLUS. Which one of you consulted on that FX show The Bear? I wanna know. Show yourself.
Lindsay sits down with Nameless Numberhead’s always hilarious Maari Suorsa and incredibly talented stand up comedian Beth Stelling for an extra special (Wednesday?!?) edition of Effin B Radio. Beth has comedy specials streaming now on HBO + Netflix and writes for some of the funniest shows you know (most recently Rick + Morty ) and we chat about what she eats when she’s on the road, how she and Maari met in Chicago and most importantly her COMEDY SHOW IN CHARLESTON that’s happening this Thursday (June 9th) at The Music Farm. Don’t miss this show!!!
Lindsay almost burns down her parents outdoor kitchen and tells you about a place in John’s Island that she is now a regular at. Plus, why the classic Chocolate Delight is the perfect early summer treat.
Mere Brugler is an amazing young chef (and loyal Effin b radio listener! 😘) who has worked at some of the coolest spots in the country like Chubby Fish, Le Farfalle, Leon’s, Found Oyster and more. But when she got COVID in 2020 she completely lost her ability to taste..which sort of makes cooking um….difficult. Her story is a tough one but I think it holds so much wisdom for anyone in the industry who is trying to figure out where they fit in post-pandemic.
It’s my 36th birthday! I talk about a very fun dinner party we accidentally threw recently and thank you all for staying by my side after all this time. PLUS! 3 things I want to make for brunch this weekend.