Teaser: A rough guide to living other people’s dreams – with Joe McPherson

There really is a podcast coming – and it’s going to (eventually) shine a light on a fellow Alabamian Joe McPherson – a guy who made his mark on the food and culture scene in Seoul, Korea in some very unusual and impressive ways.

There really is a podcast coming – and one episode is going to (eventually) shine a light on a fellow Alabamian Joe McPherson – a guy who made his mark on the food and culture scene in Seoul, Korea in some very unusual and impressive ways. This little teaser of that interview comes with a warning – amateur, aspiring podcasters like myself don’t always use their equipment correctly, causing ambling, funny and insightful interviews with colorful characters like Joe to be extreme hell to make listenable. I’ll do my best. Stay tuned for … something… (PS I know.. that’s not fried chicken in the video)

This bbq’s secret sauce is just the fear of looking bad

When I found out a fellow Alabamian was opening up restaurants in Seoul featuring Alabama style barbecue I was really intrigued – not only about getting some good comfort food but also but what the hell would make somebody want to do barbecue in a country that already had its own on just about every street corner.

When I found out a fellow Alabamian was opening up restaurants in Seoul featuring Alabama style barbecue I was really intrigued – not only about the prospect of getting some good comfort food so far from home but also but what the hell would make somebody want to do barbecue in a country that already had its own on just about every street corner. So I stopped by Linus’ Bama Style Barbecue in Seoul (both locations actually) to chat with Linus and find out. Here’s a little teaser for our upcoming podcast episode.