Nerd Lunch Podcast 113: Movie Menus 2

Home/Podcast/Nerd Lunch Podcast 113: Movie Menus 2

Nerd Lunch Podcast 113: Movie Menus 2

The Nerd Lunch Podcasting crew are once again joined by Jasmin Fine of Together, the foursome delves into crafting more movie-themed menus for national restaurant chains much like Denny’s has done for The Hobbit. As before, movie assigments and restaurants were assigned at random so the kitchens start to get messy and pants start coming off. Nerd To-Dos include checking out Beyond the Rails, a book written by friend of Nerd Lunch, Jack Tyler.

By | 2017-03-18T04:04:11+00:00 December 23rd, 2013|Categories: Podcast|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

About the Author:

Nerd Lunch co-founder and podcast co-host

No Comments

  1. Robert February 26, 2017 at 12:48 am - Reply

    That was a tasty episode! I think my vote is for PF General Changs…

  2. Jack February 26, 2017 at 12:48 am - Reply

    Old man with a moustache? Now listen, you…!

    Actually, this was a howl. It was another classic case of reading the synopsis, and saying, "WTF?" But once I got into it, it was a ride! I do think Pax swept it with all that P.F. Chang imagery. Genius! You talked about steak-on-a-trash-can. Out here, a lot of the local restaurants have a southwestern theme, and one of the most over the top was the J. K. Corral. They occupied about five rolling acres in Alpine, and included a B&B, an antique and interior shop, and the Montana Café, where they cooked your steak on the back of a chuck wagon, and served it on a slab of iron. You would have loved it!

    Thank you so much for the plug. Wow, if you're going to buy two, I'll be closing in on ten sales before you know it! Seriously, if anyone, including you, has any curiosity about this, you can visit the site that supports it, ~ Don't buy a pig in a poke! There is backstory on how it came about, a blog about the making, and some excerpts from the stories, so you can see in advance whether you're going to like the writing style. My next post will probably be something reciprocal along the line of how cool Nerd Lunch is; it's time. I'm pretty sure the steampunk crowd falls under the nerd umbrella (though not if you ask them!), and now that I'm a big shot author, I probably bring a dozen followers, maybe even a score. So be on your guard, we may crash the internet!

    Great job, guys, and thanks again.

Leave A Comment