A greener world? It’s in the bag

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Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis.

On today’s show:

• Bob Wiley, co-owner of Deviation Distilling, known for his use of unique global spices and stunning bottle designs. Deviation recently launched its line of gins in DC liquor stores and restaurants;
• Danny Chavez, Executive Chef at Art and Soul / YOTEL Washington DC. Art and Soul has a scratch kitchen, which means the majority of menu items are made in-house, from scratch. Sounds…

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Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis.

On today’s show:

• Bob Wiley, co-owner of Deviation Distilling, known for his use of unique global spices and stunning bottle designs. Deviation recently launched its line of gins in DC liquor stores and restaurants;
• Danny Chavez, Executive Chef at Art and Soul / YOTEL Washington DC. Art and Soul has a scratch kitchen, which means the majority of menu items are made in-house, from scratch. Looks like a lot of work to me!
• If you want to make a difference in the world, but don’t know how, stay tuned for our conversation with The “Bag Lady”, Lisa D. Foster. In 2005, she founded 1 Bag at a Time, Inc., a first-to-market reusable grocery bag company. In four years, it grew to annual revenues of $8 million. Now, as a business coach and author of a bestselling book, also called “Bag Lady”, Lisa helps entrepreneurs navigate their way to success;

• Chef David Rabin of Caboose Tavern in Vienna and Caboose Commons at Mosaic, a locally owned and operated microbrewery that offers craft beer, freshly roasted coffee and a chef-led menu;
“Historically, there are only a handful of cocktail books that attempt to tell the cultural and historical stories of black and brown mixologists. These stories need to be told. So Colin Asare-appiah, cocktail expert and star of Discovery Travel and Living Channel’s ‘Cocktail Kings’, is also co-author of the fascinating new book ‘Black Mixcellence: A Comprehensive Guide to Black Mixology’, which details the significant impact black and brown mixologists have had on the cocktail industry throughout history.

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