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069 – Virginia Festival of the Book, Ashley Christensen, Poole’s Diner

By Jenée Libby on March 31, 2017

  Community Work. In a Diner. With Chef Ashley Christensen at The Virginia Festival of the Book. Welcome to my latest episode! Were you a bad food enthusiast? Did you miss Chef Ashley Christensen of Poole’s…

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061 – Happy 2nd Anniversary Edacious!

By Jenée Libby on February 3, 2017

  Edacious – Food Talk for Gluttons is two years old! Talking up a blue streak! This year saw many changes including a new website, merchandising, and a new sponsorship model that will keep this…

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Thank You Parallel 38.

By Jenée Libby on January 26, 2017

I had a dream a few nights ago. The Hubby and I were grabbing a date night, as we do when we remember to take a breath, at our bar spot in Parallel 38. Our…

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Big Love.

By Jenée Libby on January 13, 2017

My best friend, Scotty Nichols, is determined to beat his Stage 3 cancer. But the bills are mounting. Can you help? Thank you. No amount is too small. “As around the sun the earth knows…

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054 – Vivian Howard, A Chef’s Life, Deep Run Roots, Chef and the Farmer

By Jenée Libby on November 10, 2016

Real Life Chef Work. “I’m Vivian. And I’m a chef.” This is how Chef Vivian Howard starts off every episode of her Peabody award-winning PBS show, A Chef’s Life. Being a chef is not glamorous….

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048 – Jason Becton and Patrick Evans, MarieBette Café & Bakery

By Jenée Libby on September 14, 2016

Bread Work. In France, the boulangerie or bakery is the epicenter of any great neighborhood. Folks stop in daily for fresh bread and pastries, sharing news of the day, making small talk, and commiserating over…