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The Tidbit Takes the Road - Chef Rob Connoley, Bulrush 📍St. Louis, MO

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Content provided by Kim Bryden. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Kim Bryden or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://player.fm/legal.
You are tuning into a special series, The Tidbit Takes the Road. In October 2020 Kim Bryden, CEO of Cureate and Host of The Tidbit, decided to hit the road on a cross-country listening tour to learn more about how non-coastal small businesses and small towns had been faring in 2020. On this episode of The Tidbit Takes the Road, we learn about Chef Rob Connoley and his journey to opening Bulrush in St. Louis, MO. We also learn about how his wildly thoughtful approach to fine dining pivoted during the COVID-19 public health emergency. The Bulrush website reads: "Bulrush STL is a contemporary dining and craft bar experience. James Beard semi-finalist Chef Rob Connoley features contemporary foods rooted in Ozark cuisine. Our goal is to define Ozark cuisine by looking into the past – the origin story, so to speak, when the indigenous Osage people first encountered the immigrants and settlers, who also brought the enslaved into the region known as the Ozarks. This is a messy story. A story often filled with troubling histories – histories that aren’t ignored. And so we look at how each of these cultures offered ingredients, techniques and traditions to what melted together to become what we now know of as Ozark Cuisine." Come learn with us, what tidbit of knowledge are you taking with you?
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Content provided by Kim Bryden. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Kim Bryden or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://player.fm/legal.
You are tuning into a special series, The Tidbit Takes the Road. In October 2020 Kim Bryden, CEO of Cureate and Host of The Tidbit, decided to hit the road on a cross-country listening tour to learn more about how non-coastal small businesses and small towns had been faring in 2020. On this episode of The Tidbit Takes the Road, we learn about Chef Rob Connoley and his journey to opening Bulrush in St. Louis, MO. We also learn about how his wildly thoughtful approach to fine dining pivoted during the COVID-19 public health emergency. The Bulrush website reads: "Bulrush STL is a contemporary dining and craft bar experience. James Beard semi-finalist Chef Rob Connoley features contemporary foods rooted in Ozark cuisine. Our goal is to define Ozark cuisine by looking into the past – the origin story, so to speak, when the indigenous Osage people first encountered the immigrants and settlers, who also brought the enslaved into the region known as the Ozarks. This is a messy story. A story often filled with troubling histories – histories that aren’t ignored. And so we look at how each of these cultures offered ingredients, techniques and traditions to what melted together to become what we now know of as Ozark Cuisine." Come learn with us, what tidbit of knowledge are you taking with you?
  continue reading

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