Foodie & The Beast: Now Din Din is Done Done, October 3, 2021

Foodie & The Beast has officially hit teen-dom. Yes, believe it or not, David and Nycci and our lil' show have been on-air for 13 years. Needless to say, we are ever grateful to the incredible talent that shares their stories, to the listeners that join us each week, to our amazing producer Andy -- who truly keeps the show steady and of course to our sponsors and our station both of whom without we could not do what we do and how we do it. This week we chatted:
-All things Central Farm Markets
-We learned that Din Din should and could be Done Done thanks to John Aggrey, founder of Din Din, a brilliant response to covid and a new way to build community while enjoying the talents of chefs, food truck operators, and home cooks.
-The pandemic has revealed how much we need a more resilient food system. One that sustains the earth and provides sufficient, nutritious food for all who need it. Jenna Umbriac talks about this week's DMV Food Recovery Week.
-Who doesn't want Keto-friendly meringue cookies with a little bit of soothing CBD? Luis Sayrols did and now he sells them.  
-This fall, the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) in partnership with Grubhub, come to the rescue of many of America’s struggling LGBTQ+-owned restaurants & allies through a first-ever grant program. Sabrina Kent, Senior Vice President at NGLCC shares the important details.
That's #FoodieAndTheBeast, every Sunday for the last 13 years on 1500AM at 11AM - or listen to the latest episode here.