TONIGHT! On the AVL Food Fans, podcast, Chef Joe Scully and I will be talking to my fellow food writers, Gina Kae Smith and Jonathan Ammons from Mountain Xpress! This should be fun because everyone knows that ALL food writers HATE each other! Jon, Gina and I will dust it up over who’s prose is more pro, and who’s verbiage is pure garbage! And all of us will attack Joe, because he owns 2 restaurants, so of course he’s the common enemy.
After none of that happens, Joe and I will discuss our topic for the evening, which can be summed-up in one word: Pumpkin. Or, in my case, two words: Fuck pumpkin. Joe will have a recipe!!!
Before any of that happens we’ll be visited by Jason Sandford from Ashvegas, who will help us deliver the Food News! Deschutes is coming! Deschutes is coming! Aaand I’m not sure how I could possibly care any less. Maybe Jason can help me to understand the importance of having yet another brewery in Asheville.
Tune in to hear us stream LIVE at 8pm tonight, and be sure to join us in the chat room too!
Thanks as always to Chestnut, The Corner Kitchen, and Corner Kitchen Catering for being our underwriters, as well as to Matt Johnson from ZaPow studios for producing and streaming the show, and of course, WPVM 103.7 The Voice who rebroadcast us every Friday at 5pm!
You can listen to the current and past episodes of AVL Food Fans at www.avlfoodfans.com where you can also download it. It is available for free from the iTunes store as well. Thanks as always to our Producer Matt from ZaPow studios, as well as WPVM 103.7 The Voice, who rebroadcast our show every Friday at 5pm, and of course, our underwriters, Chestnut, The Corner Kitchen, and Corner Kitchen Catering. And thanks to our listeners! As of October 20th, 2015 we’ve had 3,838 listens, which is an average of 425+ per show! That’s great, we appreciate you guys very much!
Stu Helm is an artist, writer, and podcaster living in Asheville, NC, and a frequent diner at local restaurants, cafes, food trucks, and the like. His tastes run from hot dogs and mac ‘n’ cheese, to haute cuisine, and his opinions are based on a lifetime of eating out. He began writing about food strictly to amuse his friends on Facebook.