In this week's episode, “Hello are you there” is the most popular phrase throughout the show as technicial difficulites hit “Small Bites with Scott Macom and Derek Timm of Bluejeanfood.com” hard with callers not being able to get through, and us not hearing from Barbie Marshall at all One of the lucky ones to get through was Joanne Weir, talking about cooking around the world and her new book “KITCHEN GYPSY”. After that, with the phones not working, thankfully we had some guests in studio. Terrick Dorsey, a young man who was homeless and living in shelter while going through high school, but even with those odds he had an amazing teacher Penny Greenberg who saw talent in him and mentored him to win the C-Cap competition and receive a full scholarship to the New England Culinary Institute, but now he can not find a job. After hearing his story CRDA Larry Sieg, our Director of Marketing actually got through on the phones to talk about Atlantic City Restaurant Week, and then we had Sarah Doheny of Your Unfinished Business Public Relations & Marketing and Glenn Gloss the owner of “Fat Jack’s BBQ” call in and offer Terrick a job after hearing his story. We finished with a few updates from John Howard-Fusco and the food joke of the week from Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling.
Small Bites - Episode 02 “Hello from the other side” - 02-28-2016