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Thu July 25, 2013
A Show Full Of Folksy Southern Storytellers
On this week's show we're hosting a southern comedian, a southern business, and a southern chef.
Listeners may have seen Jeff Foxworthy hosting The American Baking Competition, but his connection to food runs deeper than some might expect. Jeff joins Poppy to discuss his relationship with food using his signature redneck humor.
It's been a long road of recovery for Drew Ramsey and the Hubig's Pie factory, but a year's worth of planning has found the business a new home. Drew's back to tell us the story.
Finally, Jarred Zeringue of Eat New Orleans discusses the family recipes that inspire his cooking.
1 pint small, hot peppers of choice
1 pint of cider vinegar
Put the peppers in a clean, glass bottle. Fill with vinegar and screw the top on tightly. Store the pepper vinegar in a cool, dark place for at least a week before using.
Use as a condiment as desired.
***This pepper vinegar improves with age and can be renewed by periodically adding more vinegar to the bottle. It is not necessary to add more peppers.