I am interviewed in this piece written by Hannah Franklin, Cleveland's Scene Magazine:
Probiotics are a buzz word in today’s natural health landscape, but did you know you don’t have to buy pills or rely on trendy yogurt to get the goods? Learn how to make your own probiotic filled goodies like pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi and more from the dynamite duo of Bryan and Brian. Bryan Davis is a lacto-fermentation expert of askbryan.com fame and Brian Doyle of sowfood.com is a local chef passionate about wholesome foods. Together they will demonstrate how to put food by using ancient pickling techniques and feature recipes using these perky goodies once they’re ready to eat. Menu: overview of fermentation and pickling- guidelines and safety tips; caraway seed sauerkraut with pork loin; risotto with Euro-pickled veggies; yogurt dressing with lamb shish-kababs; kimchi with buckwheat noodles.
Looks like the website for the Western Reserve School Of Cooking is down, call 330-650-1665 for info.
Instructor: Brian Doyle Time: 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Cost: 70
Here's my talk with a group of 4-H youngsters:
You can click the audio file and play it right here!
My second go round with Patty, Rob and Christian- known on the air as:
Book Report: “Guts & Glory”, our second interview with Bryan Davis of
Here's a list of my other appearances throughout the years. Some of the links will eventually fade into oblivian, let me know if you find a non-working link.
Jack Spirko of The Survival Podcast and I discuss The Ancients, the ferment, Paleo lifestyle and all the rest. Was a great time to be sure. Check it out and let me know what you think.
Hear the wonderful conversationalist Chris of The Peche, and my attempt to keep up, here: BHF11PP Ep. 3 - AskBryan (by the way I have posted a sincere apology for screwing up my definition of the Paleo Diet, I blame irrational exuberance)