We are preempted this week by Illinois football.
Back on air at 11:00 a.m. on 9/8/12 with Joe Edwards on the Blueberry Hill 40th birthday, STL native and former French Laundry sommelier Chris Hoel and former restaurant owner and now food broker Andy Ayers.
Enjoy your Labor Day weekend and spread the word about our show! Thanks!
Last minute reminder: the Wing Ding chicken wing competition happens today at the Greensfelder Building at Queeny Park, 6-9 pm. $25 gets you wings galore and a couple of drinks. Nice fundraiser for United Cerebral Palsy. ucpheartland.org.
Saturday, we’ll have a panel discussion show with Evan Benn of the Post-Dispatch and Matt Sorrell of Ladue News Spicy Bits, Feast, Alive and other media outlets.
We’ll discuss a variety of food and beverage related topics, such as: Does the term “food porn” bother you? Toasted Ravioli—should it be celebrated or retired? What are the foods that you will not eat—not Zimmern weird, but things that are on menus? What’s the tastiest dish you’ve had in a restaurant—or from a food truck—lately?
If you’d like to call in with a question or comment, you can dial us up at 314-969-0590.
Kevin Nashan from Sidney Street Cafe is up first, right at 11:00 a.m.
Then Bill Kunz from Hiway 61 Roadhouse. He’ll talk about his place and about the S.L.O.B.S. barbeque competition, which takes place today at Keeton’s Double Play at 4944 Christy at Kingshighway.
Suzanne Corbett will join us in the third segment to talk about Fairs and Fair foods. Corn dogs, funnel cake and fried things on sticks!
Listen 11:00 a.m. to noon on 590, the Fan, KFNS. And via KFNS.com.