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October 7, 2009 at 1:00 AM

On stage at MOHAI, it’s Food for Thought Live! You coming?

Say, what are you doing Thursday, November 12 at 8 pm? That’s when my jive-talking radio sidekick Dick Stein and I — and not a few of our talented friends — will take to the stage at Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry to cook up some fun with a live radio broadcast. So, how do you get a ticket to “Food for Thought Live!” — an evening of food-focused skits (lard balls, anyone?), juicy jazz (the Fabulous Fenderskirts!) and (if I know Stein) a whole lot of chop busting? You’ve got to support 88.5 KPLU during their fall fund drive, October 7-12. Operators are standing by, so call 800-NPR-KPLU or pledge online. Call before midnight and there’s a Ginsu knife with your name on it! Or something like that.

Stein and I, taking a wok on the wild side in his well-equipped kitchen.

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