Got burning questions about eggs Benedict? Agonizing about what Pinot to serve? Get these questions and just about anything else that's on your mind (well, at least as it pertains to food criticism or wine) answered, this coming Sunday at the Linden Hills Farmers Market.
Yours truly and Bill Summerville, our town's supreme sommelier, will be manning (and womaning) the Food Gurus kiosk from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m this Sunday at the Linden Hills Farmers Market. We'll even give love, sex, and psychological advice if that's what's on your mind, just know that it will probably be bad, wrong, and get you into all sorts of trouble, so maybe stick to the subject on second thought.
But Bill and I will definitely be hanging out, probably trying to drink some surreptitious bloody Marys from a coffee mug, and telling you whatever it is you need to know about all things food and drink.
Do chefs know when I'm coming in for a review and do they freak out when they see me?
What temperature should you chill Sauvignon Blanc to for optimal summertime sipping?
What's the best way to break into food writing?
What the hell do they mean when they say a wine is "barnyardy"?
What's the meaning of life, and am I a good person?
All this and more, at your otherwise ordinary Sunday-morning farmers market stop.
Sunday, June 7, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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