Adrian is talking bowls, empty ones, with Linda Scheid, Executive Director of the Food Bank of Siouxland on this week's FD4T.
Linda Scheid from the Food Bank of Siouxland stops by to talk about their Empty Bowls event where you can have a nice bowl of soup and leave with your own hand-painted bowl. Also hunger in the Siouxland region and how to combat it.
Adrian sits down on a live edition of Food For Thought with Chef Joe Sepulveda, the Cordon Bleu trained chef who oversees the kitchen at 1008 Key Club (former 21st Amendment) on Historic 4th Street. They talk about what has changed and stayed the same on the menu as well as re-branding and food philosophy for being a chef in the Midwest.
Sara Gotch's idea to blend spices with plain Greek yogurt to make a healthy but tasty alternative to traditional dips and condiments won her the Innovation Market award last year. Now she's spreading her Gnarly Pepper brand from coast to coast and Adrian Kolbo asks her how that's going.
Fresh Cold Press, creates fresh juices, including sugar cane juice and coconut juice, on site at their Southern Hills Mall location and in season, at the Sioux City Farmer's Market. Aaron Haase provides Adrian with the juicy details....(Editor's Note: I'm so sorry about that, I couldn't help it.)