We took at look at our shows for the last 2 1/2 years and discovered we have never done a show about Korean cuisine in Columbus. In this episode we right that wrong with our expert in all things ethnic and international, Bethia.
We begin with
San Su BBQ and Ka Ya and elaborate on what Banchan and Kimchi are.
Then we move into the world of Bi Bim Bop and other specialities with some of the best examples found at Arirang.
Then Markets including Lotte and Arirang again.
And we wrap up with Korean Food on wheels with Ajumama……
more on Ajumama from Foodcast.
More from Bethia on Korean dining in Columbus from Crave Magazine.
Listeners were treated to an encore episode on this date.
There are many reasons Wolf’s Ridge Brewing earned Best New Restaurant of the Year for 2013. One of those reasons is Chef Seth Lassak. Bethia and Jim interview Seth to learn about what he is cooking up in the kitchen.
Wolf’s Ridge Brewing
Review of Wolf’s Ridge by Columbus Monthly
Toad in the Hole, Frog on the Hole or Eggs in a Nest….which term do you use? Let us know?
We are back with Lenny Kolada to discuss beer and food at the Smokehouse.
How many ways does Barley’s Smokehouse & Brewpub serve beer?
Tower (on Tap)
And the food, we give you a teaser, but trust us, the wings are good: they are brined, smoked, then grilled.
We begin the first of several interviews with Lenny Koloda the owner of Barley’s Smokehouse & Brewpub in Grandview. Smokehouse has been open for over 15 years with Lenny guiding the growth since the beginning. Lenny was also was a key partner in the opening of Barley’s Ale House #1 over 20 years ago and was part of Barley’s downtown until 2012. Lenny has a lot to share about Columbus and Barley’s brewing history. Enjoy this extended version of our interview and stay tuned for one, two or more episodes featuring Lenny and the Smokehouse.
Barley’s Smokehouse & Brewpub
Lenny on twitter @BrewDoodCMH
Smokehouse on twitter SmokeandBrew
Chef Jonathan Sawyer from The Greenhouse Tavern and Noodlecat in Cleveland has formed a partnership with Middlewest Spirits to produce a range of hand-crafted barrel aged vinegar in Columbus. In today’s show we speak with Chef Sawyer about this new range of vinegars, learn more about how vinegar is made and how to use them at home.