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Fooditor Radio 27: Inside Michelin’s Brain 2017, with Anthony Todd, Sarah Freeman and Maggie Hennessy.

Fooditor Radio 26: The Parthenon Falls, But Chicago Marches On, with Joe Campagna and Anthony Todd.

Fooditor Radio 25: In the Backyard With ManBQue, with John Carruthers, John Scholl and Jesse Valenciana.

Fooditor Radio 24: Tacos, Burgers and Other Tastes of Chicago, with Nick Kindelsperger of the Chicago Tribune, and David Hammond of New City and Wednesday Journal.

Fooditor Radio 23: My Dad the Critic, My Son the Restaurateur, with Sherman and Josh Kaplan.

Fooditor Radio 22: It Might As Well Be Spring Openings

Fooditor Radio 21: Talking with Jonathan Gold and Laura Gabbert about ‘City of Gold’

Fooditor Radio 20: The Force Steakens, or: 2015 in Review with guests Anthony Todd, Joe Campagna, Melissa McEwen and Chris Chacko

Airwaves Full of Bacon is now Fooditor Radio, the audiophonic auxiliary of Fooditor, The Total Chicago Food Experience. (It’s numbered episode 19 to maintain continuity with the 18 episodes of Airwaves Full of Bacon.) For more about this post, go here. You can follow Fooditor Radio by subscribing at the old Airwaves iTunes page, which will transition to Fooditor Radio… eventually.

Airwaves Full of Bacon 18: Live From the Taste of Chicago with Joe Campagna and Special Guest Ina Pinkney

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The more I try to get out, the harder podcasting tries to pull me back in! Live from the Taste of Chicago, it’s my previously dead podcast, with guest Joe Campagna and remote correspondent Ina Pinkney talking about the Taste, the state of dining in Chicago, Boeufhaus, Hot Doug and more. Thanks to the city’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events for having us, and to Ed Silha of Radio Misfits Network for engineering this episode. (56 min.) Here’s some pics from the event by my son Myles:




The bit with Ina Pinkney comes from the same evening as this story at the Reader.