Since we’ve been playing a lot of your favorite episodes, I thought it would be fun to play one of our favorites from the archives. Season 4 from the Fall of 2020 was all about food stories and, in general, was one of our favorite seasons. We talked to a lot of different people from … Continue reading With A Side of Coors Banquet
“To Market, To Market” aka Season 3 of Not A Single Fork was epic. Not because we were able to execute on our plans to visit some fun places to shop for food but because well…we couldn’t. We were trapped in the beginning of what would become the Pandemic Odyssey so we invented ways to … Continue reading We Never Made It To The Damn Market
And, isn’t that a fun logo. It belongs to a butcher in Cape Town, South Africa of the same name and we’re borrowing it to emphasize our episode. But first…THIS! We’re taking a break. But we don’t want you to forget about us! We started this podcast back in 2019 with our opening season based … Continue reading The Greatest Hits (We’re Not Here)
I really can’t say this enough but this week has been one helluva week! Yep, it exploded. We had the floor drains back up into our dishwashing area after Tuesday’s class. And, what we thought would be a simple “snaking” of the pipes turned into an all Wednesday afternoon, $$$$ investment. Could have been worse. … Continue reading We Made It! Finally!
Happy to report that Natalia returned in the nick of time from NOLA and in this episode, shares (overshares?) their escapades in the great state of Louisiana. From St. Patrick’s Day parades and crawfish boils in Baton Rouge to restaurants off the beaten path in NOLA, you will hear it all because in true Natalia … Continue reading Adventures With Natalia
Ummm…well, I remember 1968 and in this episode, we take a walk down Memory Lane via a well-preserved magazine. We’re also talking Throwbacks because we’re going to be offering up some throwback recipes in our online classes. I know, I know, you guys like to call them “retro” and yes, they are that, too. But … Continue reading 1968? Who Remembers That?