BTR Eatopia

Premiere DateMar 8, 2015
Categories Media Music
00:00 Intro
02:40 Meant to Be Diamond Rugs
06:16 Appollyon of Blue Room Of Montreal
10:00 Hanabi raps about his date
08:23 Are You OK Dum DUm Girls
21:11 My Friend Simjen Doldrums
25:34 A New Wave Sleater Kinney
20:06 Hanabi talks the movie Chef
41:17 Cold Soba Humans
45:22 Dane Time!
59:43 Finish

Eatopia
DJ Hanabi

When in Rome you should eat at any number of places that we’re not delving into in this episode. But, when in San Francisco and you want to induce a meat coma, I urge you to head straight to Chef Chris Cosentino’s new spot Cockscomb in the up and coming SOMA district. If you’ve ever watch just about any Food Network or Cooking Channel show that involves running around a kitchen or a city in order to eat or buy supplies, he’s probably on it. Locally he’s known as the master of offal. Seriously, if you google offal and San Francisco, he comes up. I took a date to cockscomb and I don’t necessarily care about impressing a date with how much I can spend on a meal, rather I let good food take care of that. But, what I do like to do is order the funniest thing on a menu just because. So, for this date I had been reading up an people seemed to be talking about this shared pin-bone steak. It’s $110. I’ve spent more than that on a few precious ounces of genuine Kobe beef so I figured this would be a decent but not crazy sized piece of steak. I couldn’t have been more wrong. It’s was 4 lbs. of steak staring at us. I feel like we should have been warned that usually a group of 4 orders it. But, ces’t la vie it was delicious! Perfectly cooked and seasoned. Oh, and it’s served with a bone-marrow reduction. Um, I could main-line bone marrow. So, don’t miss Cockscomb. It’s delightful. But, you should try the roasted half-pigs head and let me know how it is.

We also discuss the recent Jon Favreau film, Chef, which I found super insuring as a cook and also because Scralett Johansson and Sofia Vergara. Listen to the show for our verdict. Hanabi also experimented with Blue Apron, which is a very cool online service that sends all the ingredients to prepare a specific dish. They provide you with logical step by step instructions to execute a planned meal. You get just the right amount of ingredients too, which can be helpful in managing your time as well as budget. See what Hanabi thinks of Blue Apron essentially taking all the actual thought out of cooking.

Of course you should read up on Dish + Drink to see what’s new with Insane Dane. He reviews a speakeasy in St. Marks Place called Please Don’t Tell and then he checked out 1200 Miles in the FlatIron District.

Bands:


Of Montreal,


Doldrums,


Sleater Kinney

HOST Hanabi
Hanabi is a man of two faces, in two places. He's originally from Minneapolis MN. But a wayfarer's spirit and his parents had him seeking solace in the sunnier climes of California. Hanabi currently resides in…

recommendations