Eat Drink Indiana Radio
Eat Drink Indiana Radio brings local food to life every Saturday at 11 a.m. on WFYI 90.1 HD2 – The Point.
Host Jolene Ketzenberger goes into kitchens, fields and local markets to meet the chefs, farmers and food artisans who are making a difference in Indiana. From craft mead maker Tia Agnew or celeb chef Neal Brown to urban bee keeper Kate Franzman or culinary instructor Thom England, Indiana’s local food leaders share their stories with Jolene every Saturday from 11 a.m. to noon so you can find out what’s happening, where to go and what to eat right now.
Join Jolene for a taste of local food every week on Eat Drink Indiana Radio on WFYI 90.1 HD2 and head to EatDrinkIndy.com for your daily update on the city’s food scene.
September 22, 2017
10:00AM | 90.1 FM HD2
September 23, 2017
11:00AM | 90.1 FM HD2
September 29, 2017
10:00AM | 90.1 FM HD2
September 30, 2017
11:00AM | 90.1 FM HD2
Sep 16, 2017
Eat Drink Indy Radio host Jolene Ketzenberger explores a collaboration between chef Alan Sternberg and ceramic artist Tim Compton as they prepare for a special dining event. The Earth to Table dinner, created by Alan and Audra Sternberg for their Common House pop-up dinner series, puts the focus on the serving pieces as well as the food.
Sep 09, 2017
Eat Drink Indy Radio host, Jolene Ketzenberger, talks with Indianapolis City Market executive director Stevi Stoesz Kersh about the farmers' market's 20th-anniversary season and the City Market's innovative placemaking initiatives. She also discusses online farmers' markets when she talks with Nick Carter, CEO of MarketWagon.com, and with Twinkle Van Winkle, market master with Hoosier Harvest Market.
Sep 02, 2017
Eat Drink Indy Radio host Jolene Ketzenberger talks with Kathleen Tracy and Peter Courtney of Movable Feast in Indianapolis about marking 20 years in business and looking toward the future. She also checks in with chef Jeremiah Clark of Cobblestone in Zionsville about his own path so far in the restaurant biz.
Aug 26, 2017
Eat Drink Indy Radio host Jolene Ketzenberger talks barbecue, bacon and launching a business with Mark LaFay of Old Major Market in Indianapolis. She also revisits interviews with Jeff Yater of Squealers Barbeque and Chris Morrison of Black Metal BBQ.
Aug 19, 2017
In this encore episode, host Jolene Ketzenberger talks with Jason Weurfel of Books & Brews about hitting three years in business, the company's new franchise locations and how the brewery and used bookstore idea came about.
Aug 12, 2017
Eat Drink Indy Radio host Jolene Ketzenberger talks cocktails -- like mud slides, rum runners and pina coladas -- with Thunderbird owner Joshua Gonzales and then stops by Iozzo's Garden of Italy to catch up with owner Katie Harris about her family's restaurant history and its new signature wine.
Aug 05, 2017
Host Jolene Ketzenberger checks in with Indiana State Fair fan Nora Spitznogle, hears about an upcoming brunch fest from Ashley Brooks of A Rose Hospitality, talks Gen Con with BJ Davis and Andy Gilman of Bee Coffee Roasters and catches up with Steve Hall of Tinker Coffee Company.
Jul 29, 2017
With the documentary Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent now available on iTunes, host Jolene Ketzenberger revisits interviews with former Stars server Jonathan Oscher, movie critic Christopher Lloyd of The Film Yap and Indianapolis restaurateur Peter George.
Jul 24, 2017
Host Jolene Ketzenberger revisits last summer's Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge featuring interviews with judge Carrie Abbott and winners Zach Rohn, Ed Baun, Michelle Twadell and Robin Willis in this encore Eat Drink Indy Radio episode.
Jul 15, 2017
Host Jolene Ketzenberger talks place-making with Stevi Stoesz Kersh of the Indianapolis City Market and discusses online farmers' markets with Nick Carter of MarketWagon.com and Twinkle VanWinkle of HoosierHarvestMarket.com.
Jul 08, 2017
Eat Drink Indy Radio host Jolene Ketzenberger revisits the family heirloom recipe contest at the 2016 Indiana State Fair with Cathy Lambrecht of the Greater Midwest Foodways Alliance as well as last year's winner and a special guest judge.
Jul 01, 2017
Eat Drink Indy Radio host Jolene Ketzenberger talks with chef and restaurateur Neal Brown about Indy's current restaurant climate, building his company's culture and creating Ukiyo. She also revisits an interview with Patachou Foundation executive director Matthew Feltrop, now a finalist on Zagat's 30 Under 30 list.
Jun 24, 2017
Host Jolene Ketzenberger talks with restaurateur Lyle Feigenbaum of Scholar's Inn in Bloomington about returning to the business, changes that are coming to the restaurant and a TV series he's been working on. She'll also revisit an interview from this past spring with entrepreneur Erin Edds of Garden Party Botanical Hard Sodas.
Jun 17, 2017
Host Jolene Ketzenberger sits down with restaurateur Eddie Sahm for a conversation on growth, rebranding and the new Sahm's Ale House. Then she talks restaurant marketing with advertising exec Charlie Hopper, author of Selling Eating.
Jun 10, 2017
It's a story that bears repeating, so Eat Drink Indy Radio revisits an episode from earlier this spring about making Indianapolis a more bee-friendly city. Host Jolene Ketzenberger talks with Kate Franzman of Bee Public and city-county councilor and backyard beekeeper Zach Adamson.
Jun 03, 2017
Host Jolene Ketzenberger talks with Indianapolis chef Steve Oakley about his recent appearance on the Food Network show "Beat Bobby Flay." She also finds out about the Indy International Wine Competition and talks with chief judge Christian Butzke of Purdue University, Jeff Durm of Buck Creek Winery and Blake Loudermilk of Easley Winery.
May 27, 2017
Host Jolene Ketzenberger revisits this show from last May featuring heirloom tomato grower James Kelly and Ezra's Enlightened Cafe owner and urban farmer Audrey Barron.
May 20, 2017
Eat Drink Indy host Jolene Ketzenberger explores the new documentary about chef Jeremiah Tower of Stars restaurant in San Francisco with Indy resident and former Stars server Jonathan Oscher, and with local restaurateur Peter George -- plus a review of the documentary from film critic Christopher Lloyd of The Film Yap.