Podcast Episode 8: Mustard in the Stu-stu-studio

If you like mustard and/or Phil Collins (ironically or for realsy), you will love the first ENHANCED edition (now with photos!) of the feed me kc podcast. If not, we have seven other non-Phil Collins-centric episodes for you to enjoy.

Against all odds, producer Stu joins us in the stu-stu-studio for another day in podcasting paradise. Emily makes another death-defying cocktail:

We introduce the official feed me kc Phil Collins drinking game: Take a drink each time we reference Phil Collins or one of his songs. First person to get his/her face to look like this wins!

Play the feed me kc Phil Collins drinking game at your own peril. Photo by Neale Haynes

Listen to the end of the episode for a very special treat (hint: the “real” Phil Collins may or may NOT have recorded a special feed me kc message).

And in case you were wondering about the state of Emily’s mustard-stained outfit:

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As always, special thanks to Producer Stu Akin and The Grisly Hand.

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3 Responses to “Podcast Episode 8: Mustard in the Stu-stu-studio”

  1. June 19, 2012 at 5:49 pm #

    Love finding other KC foodies – great blog and podcasts! And now I fully understand all the Phil Collins references in the last podcast. Regarding mustard – you should include Raye’s from Eastport, Maine, in your next tasting. They have the only operational stone-ground mustard mill remaining in North America. We took a trek up there last summer to tour the mill and bought a boat-load of mustard. (Might be willing to share.) Of course, the mustard was not the only draw for us – lobster may have also played a role. http://www.rayesmustard.com/

  2. June 21, 2012 at 5:47 pm #

    Clearly I’m a new listener and just discovered that the “foodie” word is taboo. Good to find others in KC who “fetishize” about food – or whatever.

  3. Jeff Akin
    June 24, 2012 at 7:52 am #

    Cathy, you can call us whatever you like as long as you call us something. Thanks for listening and reading!

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