In Episode #73, proudly recorded at Test Pattern Studios:
- Chef Travis Myers is in to talk about Willows, his career, his history, his life, his family.
- Tropical Smoothie Cafe downtown closes, moves to North Point Blvd.
- Teddy G’s is now Bobo’s Deli and Grill.
- Triad Community Kitchen rebrands to Providence Culinary Training.
- Food Holidays.
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