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.
Steins & Vines is going into its 5th year and will be taking up the floor of the Tyson Event Center tomorrow (2/16/19). Adrian caught up with Nick Gengler one of the coordinators in charge of putting this annual beer, wine and coffee event together.
It's been cold, why not slide up to a nice warm oven? Or...bread machine. Yankton native Loretta Sorenson decided that she and her husband should start eating healthier. Step #1? Eliminate preservatives. So she decided to take bread baking into her own hands. She took an exhaustive approach to make the very best loaf possible taking copious notes on what worked and what didn't. The result? Secrets to Baking Your Best Bread Ever! Find out more at www.ourdakotahorsetales.com
Years ago Nisa Salmen fell in love with the white-chocolate raspberry mocha from a national coffee chain which set up a chain of events that led her to open a coffee shop of her own (and to start drinking real coffee.) Adrian welcomes Salmen, who just held the grand opening of that coffee shop, Hardline Coffee Co. last weekend. They discuss the burgeoning coffee culture here in Sioux City and starting a business downtown.