Adrian welcomes Jennifer Hart from the Food Bank of Siouxland who talks about Cranksgiving an event tomorrow that incorporates eating food, cycling and fighting hunger. This is a busy time of year for the food bank so they also talk about the backpack program and more.
Adrian welcomes Francys Chavez from Evolve Yoga and Wellness to talk about mindfulness, fight or flight, stress, gut flora and lots of other things. Also she'll be talking about a series of classes which she'll be offering at the Sioux City Conservatory of Music.
The Sioux City Farmer's Market is about to close for the season but there are still a few chances to get down and check out the vendors' wares before they pack up for the winter. Becky Kempers, Market Manager for the SCFM joins Adrian for this episode of Food For Thought.
Adrian welcomes Rachael K. today on FD4T. Rachel is Siouxland Public Media's Development Director and she has been working with the good folks at Diving Elk to put together a fun event for our upcoming FUNd drive. It's called Cheers to Sioux and you can find out more about it on this edition of Food For Thought.
Guest Dave Winslow from Jackson St. Brewing stops by to talk with guest-host Steve Smith about his nearly 3 year old business, the brewing process, casks, whiskey barrels, IPA's, stouts, sours, and....Hamms, of course.
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.