The appeal of the repeal – Nov. 19, 2017

Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis.

On today’s show:

• No child should grow up hungry in America, yet one in six kids will face hunger this year. Debbie Shore is the co-founder of Share Our Strength, a powerful nonprofit dedicated to solving childhood hunger in America. Its No Kid Hungry campaign has connected kids struggling with hunger with more than 775 million meals.

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• From the Farmer is a “good food” home delivery business built on the pillars of ethical sourcing, high quality procurement, and outstanding customer service. From the Farmer’s Nick Phelps and Jason Lundberg are in to tell us how it all works.
• Repeal Day is back! Celebrate the repeal of Prohibition with the president of the D.C. Craft Bartenders Guild, Andrea Tateosian, and hear all about the Repeal Day Ball, coming up on Dec. 9.

• The Six O’clock Scramble provides all sorts of meal plans and resources to make getting home and getting dinner on the table less stressful and more healthful. The Scramble’s kinda-new CEO, Jessica Braider, is in to talk the Scramble and some new offerings.

• The Boundary Stone Public House is where heartwarming food, great beers and awesome craft cocktails, often with ingredients grown in the establishment’s rooftop garden await. The Boundary Stone’s Colleen Gillespie and Reed Doherty are in with some tastes and talk of libations from the cocktail menu.