We wrap up six months of Food Talk STL with a big show this Saturday.
Catherine Neville of Feast Magazine will share highlights from the 2012 “Feast 50,” a list of reader-submitted people, places and things they love from the STL food & beverage scene. (A few on the 2011 Feast 50 list were staff picks.)
Angie Ortmann, who wears many hats, will talk about sharing her love of wine with others. How does a restaurant put together its wine list? We’ll ask the @STLwinegirl, as she is known on Twitter.
Al Carfagna of Mama Gusto’s is a personable guy who has brought his pizza (and other Italian food) to St. Louis. Mama Gusto’s has been a big success in Lebanon, Illinois and now is growing in popularity at 7700 Ivory.
Saturday, May 12:
Zip Rzeppa will visit and talk about his favorite dining spots of today and the recent past.
Gerhard Wanninger of G & W Sausage on Parker Avenue will talk about his store and his products.
Al Carfagno of Mama Gusto’s Pizza in St. Louis and in Lebanon, IL, will talk about Pizza (and other Italian favorites).
We are set to broadcast on Saturday, May 19, from the Taste of Maplewood event!
This Saturday, we’ll talk about locally sourced food with Andy Ayers of Eat Here St. Louis, which brings fresh produce to many St. Louis restaurants. Andy is former owner of Riddle’s Penultimate Cafe & Wine Bar in the Loop.
Also, Ginger Gall of Dierberg’s School of Cooking at Bogey Hills Plaza. She and her family toured all 50 states a decade ago and had the chance to sample regional dishes in all corners of the US.
Al Carfagno owns Mama Gusto’s Pizza in Lebanon, Illinois and has just opened a new location in St. Louis at 7700 Ivory. He will sit in and share his pizza making expertise. He will tell us what all goes into his Big Mama pizza, which is ginormous!
Listen 11:00 a.m. to noon this Saturday on 590-AM, The Fan, KFNS or listen online at kfns.com.