Josie and Steve welcome David the Gastronome (Dave Forman) to the studio. In this episode, they discuss Pittsburgh’s restaurant scene, food as art, garbage palates, play “That’s Baloney!”, determine that they want to be food Sherpas, and much more.
Check out Dave's amazing blog below.
The Weirdos have a very clear dynamic. Steve's job is to calm down Josie. They work very well together.
Uncle Dave, the original Daddy Raisin, talks to the weirdos about all things wild and wonderful.
What meat is perfect for RV-ing?
Uncle Dave reveals some local Pittsburgh secrets.
Biking to DC? Just add water.
Josie and Steve talk about going to summer camp and the foods you are forced to endure.
Cafeteria food anyone? How about a "Pizza Burger"?
Steve goes to the dark side of chocolate
Now let us talk of the glories of medieval food
Steve & Josie celebrate Steve's birthday. What is your perfect Birthday? Talking points:
Steve wants that tech in his kitchen.
Violet Beauregarde! Violet Beauregarde! Violet Beauregarde!
The weirdos play Marry, Kill, Fieri
Arguably, this may be the grossest episode of all the Food Weirdos' adventures. Josie & Steve get really real.
It's cast iron, don't be so delicate.
The bite and burning goodness of whiskey.
Good ole bacteria.
Josie and Steve welcome their second guest ever, Unplanned Comedy owner, Woody Drennan. Who knew he was such a true food weirdo. Here are some of the talking points.
Tomanetti's pizza by the unit
Late night Rib Eyes
Categorical eating habits
Josie and Steve welcome their very first guest to the studio. Fellow Food Weirdo Helen Wildy bringing us some food weirdness from her native Ireland.
Chocolate from the homeland of Belfast
Let's talk about the Ulster Breakfast
Steve & Josie are on the path to the food future, while remembering the food past-- need I remind you they are food weirdos.
Meet your not so friendly, super cocky, local neighborhood grocer. Bite me.
The time when food was a farce.
If you want to make God laugh, tell him what food will be like in the future.
Bone broth part II.
Steve & Josie mount another food discussion which frankly doesn't give a damn. Swear jar please.
Food Cinema. What's your favorite cinematic cuisine?
Milk gives you phlegm? No. It's a refreshing soothing beverage.
A well placed swear-jar is never a deterrent, it's an invitation.