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Food For Thought - Dawn Snyder Nature Calls '19

Sep 17, 2019

All three Sioux City brewerys will be offering their wares along with dozens of other brewers at the 16th Annual Nature Calls event Saturday, September 21st at the Sioux City Convention Center. There's also wine and auction items and hors d'oeuvres and we'll get to the details on this episode.

Dine Out for Education is an day-long event where you can order food at participating eateries and the money goes to help kids in the reduced lunch program in Sioux City Public Schools. Executive Director of the Sioux City Public Schools Foundation, Kari Treinen, has all the details.

Food For Thought - Chef Brett McCarthy, Cheese Show

Jul 19, 2019

Everybody's been talking about the moon all week so we're focusing on the principal component of the moon....cheese. (It's made of green cheese, right?) Chef Brett McCarthy from the WITCC Culinary Department drops by to talk with guest host Steve Smith about cheddars, bries, stiltons it's so cheesy!

Katelyn Brinkerhoff, from ISU Extension & Outreach (and super interns, Claire Growth and Gustavo Flores) sit down with guest host, Steve Smith to talk about a Bike and Bite event, Saturday, setting off from the Sioux City Farmers Market and touring the city in search of food, coffee and other fun things.

Food For Thought - Dave Bernstein SITP 6.28.19

Jun 28, 2019

Burritos, Gyros, BBQ, Craft Beers, acres of Funnel Cakes and big ole' Turkey Legs! All that and some new stuff too. Adrian welcomes Dave Bernstein to talk about everything you can eat or drink at this year's Saturday in the Park Festival (hint: nothing you bring from your house)

Food For Thought - Sam Burrish Food Truck Fridays

Jun 7, 2019

Sioux City Food Truck Fridays is back this summer at Pearl Street Park across from the LaunchPAD Children's Museum.  Sam Burrish is here to talk about all the culinary offerings and food truck culture in general.

Food For Thought - Winnebago Health Initiatives

May 31, 2019

Ho Chunk Farms Ag Business Manager, Aaron LaPointe and Brian Mathers, Executive Director of the Ho Chunk Community Development Corporation stop by to talk to Adrian about some exciting developments taking place just a few miles from Sioux City in Winnebago, including a huge new farmer's market, organic farming and much more.

FD4T - Jennifer Hart Food Bank "Leader of the Pack"

May 24, 2019

Adrian talks about some upcoming events this summer for the Food Bank of Siouxland. Development Director Jennifer Hart tells us about the "Leader of the Pack: Hunger Games" Run/Walk/Bike at Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve and the Will Golf for Food tournament coming up at Whispering Creek.

Food For Thought - 5-10 Gabby Evans, Jumpy Monkey

May 10, 2019

Gabby Evans, Sales and Marketing Director from Jumpy Monkey Coffee sits down with Adrian on this week's episode. Jumpy Monkey is Coffee With a Cause and provides employment opportunities and job training for individuals with special needs. They also partner with many non-profit organizations (including Siouxland Public Media) to create specially designed coffee packaging for fundraising events.

Food For Thought - 5-03 Becky Kempers

May 3, 2019

Adrian returns and he welcomes Becky Kempers from the Sioux City Farmers Market. The Market kicked off the summer Wednesday and there are a lot a great things to look forward to between now and October.

Food For Thought - Becky Kempers SCFM 4.05.19

Apr 5, 2019

It's spring and we're just a few weeks away from the opening of the Sioux City Farmers Market. Market Manager Becky Kempers stops by to talk to guest host Steve Smith about everything to look forward to during the upcoming season.

Food For Thought - 3-29 Brett McCarthy

Mar 29, 2019

Steve sits in for Adrian today and the discussion is all about pork shoulders, rubs, hard woods, even cedar planks on this smoke-infused edition of FD4T. WITCC's Brett McCarthy is on hand to talk about grilling, smoking, and barbeque. So whether you're cold- smoking a salmon or barbequing a beef brisket, we've got you covered.

Food For Thought 3-15-19 Kelly Quinn

Mar 15, 2019

We love a parade and there's one this Sunday!  Kelly Quinn, co-founder of the Sioux City St. Patrick's Day parade sits down with guest-host Steve Smith to talk about parade planning, Irish ales, and the oft-maligned Irish cuisine including the mysterious "black pudding".

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.

Missie Fischer has been in a church basement for the last five days with dozens of volunteers covering giant Granny Smith Apples with caramel, milk chocolate, white chocolate and toffee sprinkles. It's all to help the Siouxland Humane Society (and people looking for a Valentine's gift) in their biggest fundraiser of the year.

 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.

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Food For Thought - 12-28 Austin Foster, Diving Elk

Dec 28, 2018

Austin Foster is the guest on this edition of Food For Thought in what just might become a year-end tradition. Austin talks about Miracle on 4th Street which wraps up New Year's Eve at Diving Elk and mixing drinks, Irish Whiskey, Rum and some of the places in the world that bartending has taken him.

Adrian Kolbo steps in as the new host for Food For Thought, and he welcomes Tyrel Drey to talk about what whiskeys make a good gift.

Food for Thought eases into the holiday season with a new host, Adrian Kolbo, who takes us into the holiday season with a buyer's guide for whiskey. From American bourbon to single malt Scotch, what's right for that special someone on your shopping list? Tyrel Drey is an expert on the subject and he'll help you out.

Food For Thought - 12-07 Barb Gross

Dec 7, 2018

Adrian welcomes Barb Gross to talk about cook books, library reference, DVD's, CD's and eResources - all of the things that are available to you from the Sioux City Public Library. All you need is a library card.

Food For Thought - 11-16 Dave Winslow

Nov 16, 2018
Sioux City Journal

Adrian chats with Dave Winslow over the phone from Jackson St. Brewing. Dave was too busy to drop by the studio because he is preparing for next week's Thanksgiving Barrel Release Party.

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.

Food For Thought - 10-26-18 Francys Chavez

Oct 26, 2018

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.

Food For Thought - 10-19-18 Becky Kempers

Oct 19, 2018

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.

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".

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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.

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