Food for Thought

Fridays, 12:10 pm

Join Siouxland Public Media’s Adrian Kolbo for “Food 4 Thought” Friday afternoons at 12:10 preceding “Friday Film Scores” on KWIT-KOJI.

A variety of local topics are discussed ranging from recipes, organically grown foods, food fundraisers and restaurants to food safety and preparing healthy meals. 

Guests from the community are regularly featured on the show with Adrian.

Food For Thought - 10-05 Erin Webber-Dreeszen

Oct 5, 2018
Sioux City Journal

Fancy Watermelons, ice sculptures, beer, wine and cheese galore! It's all part of Artilicious which exists ostensibly to show people what is available for fall and winter catering at HyVee, but it's also a great way to get people in the door and think about art for awhile.

Food for Thought - 9-28 Ryan Martinez

Sep 28, 2018

Latte Art, coffee art, all kinds of coffee-themed activities and demonstrations if you're one of those people who won't do anything until that first cup of Joe, be sure to listen to this edition of Food For Thought. Adrian welcomes Ryan Martinez from VolunteerSiouxland. Martinez will be talking about the upcoming Siouxland Coffee Festival, November 3rd at the convention center.

Food For Thought - 9-21 Katie Roberts

Sep 21, 2018

Siouxland Habitat for Humanity's Katie Roberts gives us all of the Baconfest information she has this time on Food For Thought. The 5th Annual Baconfest is set to go next Saturday the 29th at The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino's Battery Park.  She also talks about Habitat for Humanity and something called "sweat equity".

 Have an idea for for Food For Thought? Email us at Foodforthought@kwit.org

Food For Thought - 9-07 Christine McAvoy

Sep 7, 2018

It's a coffee talk this time on Food For Thought, but probably like none you've heard before. Adrian talks with Christine McAvoy about Saturday's Ethiopian/Eritrean coffee ceremony. There's strong coffee, food, fellowship and conversation. Find out more this episode of Food For Thought.

Food For Thought - 8-31 Dawn Snyder DPNC

Aug 31, 2018

The Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center's Education Program Director, Dawn Snyder joins Adrian on this edition of FD4T. Dawn doesn't bring any box turtles, corn snakes or American kestrals. She's just here to talk about  brats, Loess Hills Meatballs and dozens of craft beers. We're listening, Dawn, you've got our attention!

Food For Thought - 8-24 Claudia Hessa, Sugar Shack

Aug 24, 2018

Adrian welcomes Claudia Hessa from the Sugar Shack Bakery to FD4T this time. Claudia is prepping for a couple of upcoming baking competitions, Baconfest and the March of Dimes Signature Chef event. She also discusses trends in wedding cakes and a lot more.

Food For Thought - 8-17 Chef Mike Gasaway

Aug 17, 2018

We're talking Demonstration Kitchens, Production Kitchens, Theory Kitchens and how not every student that gets a job in the culinary field is working in a restaurant, today on Food For Thought. Chef Mike Gasaway from the WITCC Culinary Arts Program stops by to talk about the program which is going into it's 5th year at the college.

Food For Thought - 8-10 Amy Niewohner

Aug 10, 2018

Grab your Stetson and your Tony Lamas, the 42nd Annual Boys & Girls Club of Siouxland Western Steak Dinner is coming up. Adrian welcomes Amy Niewohner from the Boys and Girls Clubs and they talk about Steak, Chicken, Pie, and giving kids a place to go and things to do.

If you have an idea for Food For Thought we'd love to hear from you! Drop us an email at kwitnews@witcc.edu

Food For Thought - 8-03 JD Welander

Aug 3, 2018

We usually focus on the EATING food on FD4T but that's only half the story. Dr. JD Welander from Midlands Clinic joins Adrian today. Dr. Welander talks about digestion and digestive issues, fiber, colons, bowels, irritable and otherwise all that and a lot more on this edition of Food For Thought.

Food For Thought - 7-27 Matt Hubert, Brioux City

Jul 27, 2018

Brioux City is a fairly new brewery in Sioux City, located adjacent to a fairly old bar.  Marty's Tap now offers four of Brioux City's offerings at any given time. Current selections include a Jalepeno Pineapple IPA, the Peanut Buddha Stout, the D.A.D. Cream Ale and a Lemon Haze. Also the 1st Annual Sioux City BriouxFest is on the horizen with lots of great local music on...err....on tap.

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