This week on Snacky Tunes, Darin Bresnitz and guest co-host Travis Hayden are joined by Diane Chang, a food blogger recently profiled in New York Magazine. Diane talks about the difference between Chinese and Taiwanese cuisine, her time at Bon Appetit Magazine, and her new blog called Beets ‘N Jamz that she features food and song pairings. Visiting from Denmark is the sextet Alcoholic Faith Mission. Tune in to hear the band discuss eating on the road and some of their favorite Danish food spots. Listen to hear them perform in studio, and don’t forget to check them out at Glasslands! This episode has been brought to you by Roberta’s.
“That’s why Taiwanese food is so good. It’s where you can get that perfect blend of all Chinese cuisines.” —Diane Chang on Snacky Tunes
“When we’re on tour, we like to spend money to go to a really good restaurant. We try to plan it in advance, talk about where we want to have a really good dinner and what kind of food it should it be.” —Kristine of Alcoholic Faith Mission on Snacky Tunes