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 n 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!
On this episode of The Dish, Chef Manny Hatzis from the Bee’s Knees stops by our studio to show us his skills in the kitchen. You don’t want to miss this tasty classic dish, fish tacos with a twist. We also get a visit from musical guest Crying Wolf. Great food and great music. What better way to spend your afternoon?
On today’s episode of The Dish, we feature Havird Usry from Fat Man’s Cafe. Havird sets us up with some kid friendly foods that are easy and fun to make, yet tasty for any age. These go-to recipes can potentially spark your kids interest in spending time with mom or dad in the kitchen or allow the to do it all on their own. We also give you great ideas on things to do int he CSRA and help you prepare for back-to-school with tips from Columbia County School District.
Today on The Dish, we’re joined by Heather DiChicko from DiChiko’s Peri-Peri Cafe. She’s putting her own Peri-Peri twist on South African biltong beef jerky. Heather also joins us in “This for That” where we trade out foods to make healthier choices.
Patty Williams and Joann Huff participated in Top the Tupperware on the episode of The Dish that aired on August 29, 2014. They each had 20 seconds to match the lids and bottoms.
Robert Mereday took home two tickets to the Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre for asking Ana Christina a question on the episode of The Dish that aired on August 22, 2014.
Ginger Hardy, of Augusta, GA, won an official Dish apron for asking Chef Manny Hatzis a question on the episode of The Dish that aired on August 1, 2014.
Debbie played Name That Kitchen Cool Tool where she was read fun riddles by our host Ana Christina and had to guess which tool she thought matched the riddle.
Susan Wilks was our honorary guest and took home a Dish carafe on the episode of The Dish that aired on July 4, 2014. She served in the US Military for 14 years and during Desert Storm.
Roger Garvin from Augusta, GA won The Dish apron from Hometown Threads for being the official taste tester for Kitchen 1454 on the episode of The Dish that aired on June 6, 2014.