It’s a full plate on the Friday, Feb. 16, 2018 The Virginia Eats Show.
Hunter Smith of Champion Brewing [Charlottesville, Richmond][LINK] tells us about Richmond being named the Number One beer city in the world [LINK]
On the eve of President’s Day Weekend, Dr. Leni Sorensen [LINK] joins us from Charlottesville to discuss the eats + drinks legacy of Thomas Jefferson and his slave/cook James Hemings
From Savannah, Damon Lee Fowler [LINK], author of Dining at Monticello and Ham: a Savor the South cookbook tells us a bit about dining at Jefferson’s home
And more! It’s Food News You Can Use – only on The Virginia Eats + Drinks Show, Fridays from 6-7 p.m. on air in Coastal Virginia at AM 790 WNIS and simulcast everywhere online at WNIS.com [LINK]. Miss an episode? We’ll post a link to the podcast/archive here on our blog the weekend following the show.
And a special Thank You to our sponsors – we couldn’t do the show without you! Virginia Natural Gas [LINK] Virginia Opera [LINK] Fellini’s Norfolk [LINK] Emerson’s Cigars [LINK] History Bites at The Mariners’ Museum and Park [LINK]