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Last Wednesday, on The Less Desirables, we had Adam Andrews, executive chef at Old Fourth Street Filling Station, part owner and chef at Jeffrey Adams and owner of Andrews Farm in King. Adam talks about the “farm-to-table”movement and how he’s providing, as much as he can, that aspect to his restaurants as well as a few other local restaurants, when availability allows. Also, he discusses how he uses food waste from his restaurants, such as egg shells, shrimp shells, fruit and vegetable scraps and so on, as a compost to fertilize the crops instead of manure and other animal waste. He also uses organic bugs sprays.

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We also introduced new intros, the first in almost 5 years, for the show, movies, music, sports, beer and even Caitlin gets her own.

Caitlin gives her “Bowl o’Stuffs” and it includes the search for volunteers for this past weekend’s Salute! Wine Festival.

a/perture cinema presents what’s new streaming on Netflix and there’s a review of Brokeback Mountain.

The latest edition of As Ardmore Turns features chipmunks, the much dreaded creature of  destruction and turmoil that wreaks havoc on the neighborhood.

Fan Interference’s very own TC gives the latest sports update.

The Garage presents new music that was released last Friday and we played a tune from local talent, and former TLD guests, The N.O.R.M. who played The Garage on Saturday night.

City Beverage presents the beer of the week, Ipswich IPA from Ipswich Ale Brewing from Ipswich, MA. That’s a lot of Ipswich. It was tasted and rated by CrewTLD, listen to find out what we thought about it.

In addition, we certainly want to thank our sponsors, Finnigan’s Wake, King’s Crab Shack and Washington Perk.

You can hear the show on the website, iTunes, Stitcher or any other place you download podcasts. Of, I’ll help you out and include it right here. Enjoy!

Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
Scorp out!

“I love the idea of farm to table and farmer’s markets. I enjoy a meal more if I know I’m eating something that’s good quality and good for me.” – Haylie Duff