Tuesday, April 26, 2011

April 25, 2011: Noisy for Radio

In honor of the venerable audio medium, radio, we'll forego our usual picture this week. For that reason, and also the fact that your documentarian got a bit caught up in getting Cornbread Supper underway while also talking with acclaimed radio journalist Stu Johnson of NPR affiliate radio station WEKU in Richmond, Kentucky. (Tr: I forgot to take photos.)

Stu came by to talk about food, local food, gardening, food blogging, and really we don't know what all, because he talked with several volunteer Cornbreadians and the conversations could have taken any kinds of turns -- all good ones, we're confident.

We enjoyed the hubbub of a good crowd, plenty of kids, and beautiful food, including ever more green and fresh offerings as the season unfolds. People brought at least these foods, transcribed from their food description slips:
  • Onion-mushroom-cheese lasagna
  • Lasagna w/beef & turkey
  • Local Asparagus; Oliva Bella Oil, Salt & Pepper
  • Greens! Carrots! Red Cabbage! Feta Italian Dressing Walnuts if you like...
  • Caesar with Anchovies
  • Tabouli w/capers & garbanzos
  • Deviled Eggs (from Easter Eggs)
  • Pickled Beets with Pickled Eggs
  • Spaghetti with Tomato-Meat Sauce
  • Traditional Kentucky Black Skillet Cornbread (vegetarian)
  • Traditional Kentucky Black Skillet Cornbread with vegetarian add-ins: Cheddar, Red Peppers, Onions, Corn
  • Pasta with white beans and tuna
  • Homemade Fresh Bread
  • Cookies
  • Vanilla Homemade Ice Cream (unpasteurized milk)
  • Reed Valley Orchard Blueberry Sauce

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