…will be on Saturday’s show to talk about The Block in the CWE at 33 N. Sarah Street.
Marc Del Pietro (on left) and Brian Doherty are co-owners of The Block, along with their wives Amy Del Pietro and Lea Doherty. Following their success in Webster Groves, The Block is now open in the Central West End.
Marc and Brian will chat with us at 11:00 a.m. this Saturday (3/30) on 590-AM, KFNS.
Big thanks to Carl and Nancy McConnell for the tremendous hospitality extended to my wife and me this past week! Above is a rundown of food we were served.
We also were served a tasty mushroom crepe to kick things off. They change their menu every few weeks. A new menu goes into effect March 27.
Stone Soup Cottage is in Cottleville, in St. Charles County.
Guests are Evan Hiatt of Six Row Brewing Company, Maddie Earnest of Local Harvest Cafe and Grocery and attorney Kyler Humphrey of Pulsanelli law firm. Listen at 11:00 a.m. on 590-AM, KFNS!
Eoin is a Brand Ambassador for Jameson Irish Whiskey.
He is from Ireland and is currently living in St. Louis.
We visited at Seamus McDaniel’s in Dogtown.
Listen to our conversation Saturday at 11:00 a.m. on 590-AM, KFNS.
For St. Patrick’s Day weekend, we’ll chat with Irish lady Clodagh McKenna. We’ll talk about St. Pat’s Day and about her new cookbook, Clodagh’s Kitchen Diaries.
You can follow her on Twitter at @clodaghmckenna.
Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale. Spotted Wednesday at Wolfbrau in St. Peters.
Adam Richman came to St. Louis a couple of years ago with Man versus Food. First, he stopped at Iron Barley to sample the pork loin and the Monte Cristo dog. Later, he visited Pappy’s to pig out on barbeque.
Then, he went to Crown Candy Kitchen to take on the Malt/Milk Shake Challenge: Five in 30 minutes!
To watch Adam and to get a great look at Iron Barley (with Tom), Pappy’s (with Mike, Skip and Walter) and Crown Candy (with Andy), click on the video.
If you want to take the challenge at Crown Candy, click HERE for details.
We’ll visit Saturday with Companion’s Josh Allen. We’ll chat about his bread and the many places around St. Louis where you may have tasted it during his company’s 20 years (!) in business. Here is his official portrait, lifted from the Companion website.
Also tomorrow, we’ll talk to Justin Haifley, chef at The Tavern at Big Bend and Dougherty Ferry in West County. Here’s Justin:
Plus, we’ll tell you about the movie A Place at the Table and give away passes to see the movie at the Tivoli in University City.
Listen at 11:00 a.m. on 590-AM, KFNS. And via kfns.com. (You can also hear the show and everything else on 590 via the TuneIn Radio app on your smartphone.)