This is our last regular show and podcast. It has been a great 3 years and almost 140 shows, but with growing families and changing work situations we are no longer able to donate our time to the show on a weekly basis. We hope you have enjoyed listening. We’ll keep the website up for a while (at least the rest of 2014) so that you can enjoy the archived shows.
Thank you to WCBE for airing our show, to our tireless and talented producer Mike Beaumont, to the underwriters, listeners, commenters and contributors. We appreciate everyone who has donated their time and energy to the show. We have spoken to many passionate people over the last 3 years and we applaud them and their contribution to the Columbus Food Scene. We hope that we have introduced you to some new restaurants and producers and encouraged you to explore and enjoy the city. Lastly thank you to Earwig for the awesome theme song.
Jim interviews Chef Ed Kowalski about the ManBQue group in Columbus. You can read more about our local chapter HERE.
To keep up on what ManBQue is all about and what they are up to follow them on:
(National) ManBQue Website
We spoke to Dan Riesenberger aka Dan the Baker about his bakery business and new cafe.
1028 Ridge Street
Columbus has a vibrant food truck scene with new trucks appearing all of the time. One of the standouts in the last year is Teodora’s Kitchen which serves the only Panamanian food you can find in Columbus.
Today on the show we talk to Jeni Britton Bauer about her new book Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream Desserts.
The show journeyed all the way to Bexley to interview Brad Rocco. Brad and his team from Bexley Pizza Plus won first place at 2014 International Pizza Competition in Las Vegas. They won the traditional pizza contest, competing against 60 international pizza purveyors.
They entered with their Ultimate – which you can order at their location everyday.
Bexley Pizza Plus Website
Stay tuned for fresh episodes for the Spring. And use this opportunity to catch up on the last 133 episodes of Foodcast.