Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Want to talk Charlotte restaurant history on the radio?

Give "Charlotte Talks" a call/email/text/etc. Thursday morning on WFAE (90.7 FM), when the topic is "The History and Evolution of Dining Out" and the guests are a more fun lot than that title would lead you to believe: author Molly O'Neill ("The New York Cookbook," and most recently "Mostly True: A Memoir of Family, Food, and Baseball"; she's also former food columnist for The New York Times Magazine and twice a Pulitzer nominee); Peter Reinhart, who's got the best job description of all time as "chef on assignment" for Johnson & Wales; the always fun Bruce Hensley, creator of Charlotte Restaurant Week; and me. Details and all kinds of links here.