Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Winnow Episode #7: The Institutional Edition

The latest episode of the Winnow is now out, and in Episode #7 Hanna and I talk dining institutions of all sorts: cookbooks by big-name restaurant chefs, beloved regional fast-food chains, and the trials and tribulations of museum restaurants.

Here's how to listen:

iPhone: open the Podcasts app (it's a purple icon) and search for “The Winnow.” You can subscribe to the podcast and automatically receive new episodes as soon as they're released.

Android devices: Go to the Google Play store.

The Winnow can also be accessed via various third-party podcasting apps and through the Soundcloud app or online at the Soundcloud website. And, we have an RSS Feed, for folks who know what to do with those things.

Charleston BBQ Extras

Cover image by Jonathan Boncek — great as always
There's nothing like a little leftover barbecue! This week, I wrote the cover story for the Charleston City Paper on the current barbecue boom that's happening here in Charleston. As always, there was far too much good stuff from my interviews that didn't make it into the piece. Here are a few of the choice bits.

A Significant Factor in the Booming Charleston Barbecue Scene Is the F&B Talent Already Here

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Winnow Episode #6: Back to Work

A new episode of the Winnow is now posted. On Episode #6, Hanna and I get back to work. We talk about labor shortages in kitchens, the pieces we are working on, the closing of the downtown Bi-Lo, and more.

Here's how to listen:

iPhone: open the Podcasts app (it's a purple icon) and search for “The Winnow.” You can subscribe to the podcast and automatically receive new episodes as soon as they're released.

Android devices: Go to the Google Play store.

The Winnow can also be accessed via various third-party podcasting apps and through the Soundcloud app or online at the Soundcloud website. And, we have an RSS Feed, for folks who know what to do with those things.

Heritage Grain Malt Liquor

 This week for the Charleston City Paper, I talked with Ryan Coker at Revelry Brewing Co. about his collaboration with Sean Brock on Amber Waves, a heritage grain malt liquor made with Jimmy Red Corn, Carolina Gold Rice, and North Carolina barley and rye. That's right: malt liquor.

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

The Winnow Episode #5: Heading to Charlotte

A new episode of the Winnow is now posted. On Episode #5, we talk to Kathleen Purvis of the Charlotte Observer about dining in the Queen City, southern craft spirits, restaurant, d├ęcor, and barbecue.

Here's how to listen:

iPhone: open the Podcasts app (it's a purple icon) and search for “The Winnow.” You can subscribe to the podcast and automatically receive new episodes as soon as they're released.

Android devices: Go to the Google Play store.

The Winnow can also be accessed via various third-party podcasting apps and through the Soundcloud app or online at the Soundcloud website. And, we have an RSS Feed, for folks who know what to do with those things.

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