Locals talk about "Tasty Trends in Today's Food" at WMFE studios Tuesday

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If you're not all tired out from talking about/thinking about food after Bite 30 and Bite Night, here's a fun local event you might wanna check out.

Emily Ellyn, local chef and food educator - ILLUSTRATION BY CHRISTOPHER KRETZER
  • illustration by Christopher Kretzer
  • Emily Ellyn, local chef and food educator
Our local NPR affiliate, WMFE 90.7-FM, is hosting a panel discussion on current food trends 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 30. The event is free, but you'll need to RSVP here. (Always give your host a head count!)



Local TastyChomps blogger Ricky Ly, Food Network star chef Emily Ellyn, and Daily City Food Truck Bazaar impresario Mark Baratelli — all friends of Salivation Army — will "engage in a free-wheeling discussion on popular area restaurants, what is new or enduring on the Central Florida food scene, and other tasty food-related topics that may emerge."

Crystal Chavez, WMFE reporter and All Things Considered host, will moderate. 



Tasty Trends in Today's Food
7 p.m. Tuesday, June 30
WMFE Studios, 11510 E. Colonial Drive
free and open to the public


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