Episode 015 - Random Recipe Challenge III
This week on the show, the Random Recipe Challenge has returned! I use a bunch of ingredients I've never used, I make homemade pasta for the first time ever, and the end result is a flaming hot pork loin dish! Also this week, I'm making a tropical fruit sorbet and the most decadent, fudgy brownies you've ever had.
The season two finale is next week with my Oscars episode, talking about snack foods and finger foods for the big event, and my full review of my experience at the Old Union Hotel. Thank you all so much for listening and for all of your ingredients that were submitted over in Reserved Seating!
For recipes from this episode and to interact in my fan-interactive segments, join my facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/restaurantpod. You can also submit your own recipes for me to make! Bon appetit!
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Catch me every single week on the Epic Film Guys podcast, a film comedy podcast where we review flicks, talk news, and drink great booze! Visit us at http://www.epicfilmguys.com!
I had the pleasure of being interviewed on The Podstuff podcast with Perry & Lindsay Johnson. Please check it out over at http://thepodstuff.podbean.com/e/the-podstuff-ep5-restaurant-podcast/! I talk about the origins of RestauRant and my time with Epic Film Guys!
Learn more about the Sunshine Summit at https://www.sunshineandpowercuts.com/sunshinesummit2018/.
The Livestream for the Cure 2.0 will be from May 18th - 20th where we'll be livestreaming for 30 hours to raise money for the Cancer Research Institute. Learn more about the event and programming we'll be doing during it at https://www.facebook.com/events/745510965640010/.
Music & Thanks
"Daybreak," "Big Much," and "The Climb" from Music for Makers. Sign up and get a royalty-free song delivered to your inbox every Monday at www.musicformakers.com!
"New York, 1924," "Midday Dance," "Crossing the Divide," and "Relaxing Piano Music" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Epic Film Guys Intro written by Jordan Greene. Check him out on Instagram @jordangreenemusic and Facebook Jordan Greene Music, and look for Aviera coming soon!
Thank you to Wes of the ViaVHS Podcast for the amazing RestauRant artwork!
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