On today’s episode of The Dish, wedding bells are ringing. We go back a few months to celebrate the day our host tied the knot. Plus, we’re bringing you the latest and best advice when it comes to planning your big day. Joining us is Sandra Burton from Burton Florals, Sugarbakers of Augusta and Gent’s Formal Wear.
On today’s episode of The Dish, we feature chef and manager Maria Gleen from Gordon’s Conference and Catering. We also speak to Steve Walpert, program director for the Fort Gordon Dinner Theater, about their upcoming show “Perfect Wedding.” Then stay tuned for info about the Jr. League of Augusta’s Holiday Market and a visit from Custom Pharmacy about their savvy way of offering your medications.
On this episode of The Dish, we have a full loaded show featuring six outstanding chefs in one kitchen, at one time. This is the first time in The Dish history to bring this many chefs together and it’s all for a good cause. Each of these chefs will play host at the Chef Extravaganza benefiting Helping Hands Aiken. Stick around to get a huge taste for local.
On this episode of The Dish, we’re gearing up for Halloween. We get a lil spooky with several different dishes pieced together by Dana Keen from Kids’ Table. We also feature the Jr. League of Augusta’s event, Kids in the Kitchen. And ladies, don’t miss DyeVerCity Salon talk to us about the Complete Woman: Life and Beauty Expo coming soon.
Today on The Dish, we are dedicating our show to raising awareness for breast cancer. University Breast Health Center and Foundation are both here to relay important information. We also highlight how to join the fight by taking part in the Miracle Mile. Joining us again, is Heather DiCicco, from New Life Natural Foods. She’ll whip up a very tasty, yet health conscious meal that life coach, Gail Pendergrast will break down.
On this episode of The Dish, get ready to treat yourself with something sweet. We are joined by Lazar Oglesby from Honey Cafe and Catering. She’s bringing down the house with a scrumptious pimento cheese dip and a cheesecake chunk peach cobbler. We’ve also invited Jeriann Benton, owner of 3 Chicks boutique. She’ll be highlighting her unique head wraps with a special story for bringing awareness to Breast Cancer.
On this episode of The Dish, we are joined by Jeff Freehof, chef and owner of Garlic Clove. We hope you have a big appetite, because he’s whipping up a savory Italian dish and topping it off with some dessert. If your mouth isn’t watering yet, it may now; how does cavetellitoscana and chocolate mousse sound? We also visit with Ashley Brown from Hometown Threads and get inside details for Ana Christina’s wedding.
On this episode of The Dish, we dedicate our show to raising awareness of ovarian cancer, also known as the silent killer. Gail’s Anatomy founder and co-director will explain why. We also get a visit from Heather DiCicco, from DiChicko’s Peri-Peri Cafe, who guides us in making healthier choices in the kitchen.
On today’s episode of The Dish, for the first time ever, we feature a guest from outside of the CSRA. So if you plan on traveling, stick around for a taste of Myrtle Beach. Chef Tara and Adrian show us their skills with a dish you don’t want to miss - Caribbean shrimp cocktail is on today’s menu. Also, how does exploring our own historic city sound? Well, we get a visit from Michael Wolff, tour and events coordinator from Southstar Trolley, to share how you can do it in style.
On this episode of The Dish, we’ve changed things up a bit. Ana Christina takes on the kitchen with a recipe of her own. Well, ok, it was passed down from her dad. We also get a visit from Steve Walpert, director of the Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre. What? Dinner AND a theatre? Yep!