Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Help me bring home the bacon!

As many of you know, this whole project generates no revenue at all, but I love it and I'd hate to see it go by the wayside because of that fact. So I'm testing different possibilities.

This Friday I'll be stationed at the Union Square Greenmarket from 9am-1ish, but it wont be the usual drill. There is a real possibility of turning this concept into a television show. Friday's appearance at the market will be my time to shine for the potential producers. There will be a small camera crew, so I need to make a real showing. I'm asking anyone and everyone out there to please swing by.
Bring a cooking question or whatever's been troubling you in the kitchen.


Did dinner go surprisingly well last night . . . or terrible wrong? Bring in a sample and we'll assess the situation.

I'll take whatever you can throw at me.

Be there or be square,
I appreciate everyone's help with this.

Joshua

3 comments:

  1. Some of us who would like to support you can't be there, so I suggest you might want to add a "From the Email Inbox" segment to your show, where an associate reads the questions people like me send in. Here's one to start things rolling:

    Last weekend at the farmer's market I bought a squash-like vegetable sort of like a zucchini. Another customer told me it is popular in the Phillipines where it is called "upo", and it was good in a stir fry. I just chopped it up and sauteed it with some mushrooms but I wasn't delighted with the results. I have a couple more, what's the best way to cook this thing?

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  2. LOL.
    Thanks Michael, the email q&a is definitely a possibility.
    I actually have a great idea for your squash, It'll be in the newsletter that's going out tomorrow. (are you subscribed?)
    Stay tuned,
    and thanks again.

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  3. I love the idea of Q&A! Like Michael said we want to support you but can't be there. My question would be:
    I recently got an electric pressure cooker as a gift. I'm very intrigued by it I would like some tips, do's and don'ts and recipe suggestions! I hope it all goes well for you and I'll be watching my questions get answered on TV!

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