1 hr 7 min

Cheaper Than Therapy: Episode 19 Featuring Emily Larson From Chicago Food Magazine TalkTales: "Cheaper Than Therapy" Bartender Advice Line

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Welcome to the 19th episode of Cheaper Than Therapy! The free bartender call in advice podcast. Call (213)465-0837 and leave us your questions, Shana, Adhel and our top shelf guests will answer them on our weekly podcast.

What a treat this week on TalkTales. Shana and Adhel get to interview the first food writer on the show to date. Emily Larson joins the gals on this fun episode of Cheaper Than Therapy. We get to hear from a different perspective of an industry professional and what it is like to be involved in the bar and restaurant industry. Emily is a writer for online food publication, Chicago Food Magazine, where she has regularly contributed for nearly six years. Though food writing is just a fun hobby for her, Emily also loves to cook, forage and support local farms all year round through farmer’s markets and CSAs. When she isn’t tantalizing her tastebuds, Emily loves to travel, watch Chicago sports and spoil her two cats.

Follow Emily and on Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/emily_grace_94/

Follow Chicago Food Magazine on Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/chicagofoodmag/

Thanks to everyone who called in and all the great questions. Now go ahead, grab yourselves something to drink, sit back and let's go on a journey into the magical world of bartending.

Shana, Adhel and anyone affiliated with TalkTales the Podcast and TalkTales Entertainment LLC are not licensed therapists or mental health experts. All callers call at their own will and TalkTales Entertainment llc holds no liability to any person who calls into TalkTales the Podcast. If your or anyone you know is having an emergency or need mental medical attention, call 911. National Suicide Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

TalkTales is intended for an audience 21 years and older. We promote responsible drinking and absolutely no drinking and driving.

Book a cocktail class with us!
www.talktalesentertainment.com

Instagram
www.instagram.com/talktalesthepodcast

Welcome to the 19th episode of Cheaper Than Therapy! The free bartender call in advice podcast. Call (213)465-0837 and leave us your questions, Shana, Adhel and our top shelf guests will answer them on our weekly podcast.

What a treat this week on TalkTales. Shana and Adhel get to interview the first food writer on the show to date. Emily Larson joins the gals on this fun episode of Cheaper Than Therapy. We get to hear from a different perspective of an industry professional and what it is like to be involved in the bar and restaurant industry. Emily is a writer for online food publication, Chicago Food Magazine, where she has regularly contributed for nearly six years. Though food writing is just a fun hobby for her, Emily also loves to cook, forage and support local farms all year round through farmer’s markets and CSAs. When she isn’t tantalizing her tastebuds, Emily loves to travel, watch Chicago sports and spoil her two cats.

Follow Emily and on Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/emily_grace_94/

Follow Chicago Food Magazine on Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/chicagofoodmag/

Thanks to everyone who called in and all the great questions. Now go ahead, grab yourselves something to drink, sit back and let's go on a journey into the magical world of bartending.

Shana, Adhel and anyone affiliated with TalkTales the Podcast and TalkTales Entertainment LLC are not licensed therapists or mental health experts. All callers call at their own will and TalkTales Entertainment llc holds no liability to any person who calls into TalkTales the Podcast. If your or anyone you know is having an emergency or need mental medical attention, call 911. National Suicide Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

TalkTales is intended for an audience 21 years and older. We promote responsible drinking and absolutely no drinking and driving.

Book a cocktail class with us!
www.talktalesentertainment.com

Instagram
www.instagram.com/talktalesthepodcast

1 hr 7 min