Rocket scientist AND Pitmaster, Dr. Howard Conyers talks culinary history, grilling whole cows and value of education
We kick off season 2 of the Wild WayneUnchained podcast AND recently ranked #3 in the WORLD! We salute all the people that have listened, downloaded, liked, commented, and spread the word about our pod!
Our latest episode features rocket scientist AND pitmaster, Dr. Howard Conyers, who resides in New Orleans and is originally from the low country of South Carolina. We explore similarities in American cooking and the ties based upon slave imports during the colonization of this country. We also find out more about Conyers acclaimed PBS series Nourish. And we get familiar with the Gumbo Jubilee. Take a listen, cuz we cooking it up!
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Get ready for the Wild Wayne Unchained Podcast (cue applause)!!! We'll talk it up about culture, cuisine and lifestyle! So strap on your seat belt and we bout to ride! Wild Wayne IS THE VOICE OF NEW ORLEANS! He has been an iconic media figure for over 2 decades with radio accolades, television shows, blockbuster movie cameos, philanthropy and now culinary guru! Plus WWU will be co-piloted by New Orleans hustler of the year, fashion icon, and cigar aficionado Shawn Royal aka Charlie P. Hustle. Additionally, we will feature some of the most innovative and colorful characters from NOLA and beyond! Available on Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, Spreaker and more!
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