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November 12, 2009 at 10:56 AM

“Food for Thought Live!” on stage: Listen tonight on KPLU

Well, I’m heading out to rehearsal for tonight’s fun-filled stage-show production of “Food for Thought Live!” at the Museum of History and Industry. I’ll be performing with a cast of crazy characters — including my radio sidekick, Dick Stein (you may know him as “Jimmy Jazzoid, DJ Detective!”). Too bad the show’s sold out (thanks, KPLU listeners) but you can tune in to KPLU (88.5 FM) tonight at 8 to hear the live broadcast — available via podcast, later. We’ll be taking to the MOHAI stage for food-centric skits, songs (with the Fabulous Fenderskirts), yakking it up with chef-celebs (Tamara Murphy! Thierry Rautureau!) and with our audience. Wish me break-a-leg!

In the kitchen with Stein and Leson, cooking up some “Food for Thought.”

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