KCFoodGuys.com is proud to announce two new food guys are joining the ranks as contributors. Joe DeYaeghere & Brian Garrison from the Fountain City Podcast are our two newest KC Food Guys. So while Joe & Brian will continue to produce their podcast they have taken us up on offer to write and do food reviews for KCFoodGuys.com. Welcome aboard Joe & Brian.
Joe DeYaeghere is a Kansas City native, having traveled throughout the US for work, family, food and fun. Joe has seen a lot of good food come and go in KC and will let you know that Kansas City BBQ is at the center of the BBQ world. Whether it’s pizza, Grinders and Fun House are top shelf, BBQ, or fresh pasta there’s something for every palette in our glorious hometown area. Some of Joe’s best meals have been at the K and Arrowhead tailgating. This is an exciting time for food, drink and local flavor in Kansas City and he can’t wait to bring you a sample of everything! Joe is an artist, public speaker, voice over actor and Co Host of Kansas City’s own Fountain City Podcast.
Brian Garrison is the co-host of the Fountain City Podcast a Kansas City focused podcast. Food is a topic close to Brian’s heart and he considers food to be an essential component to any occasion. Raised by a mother who was a custom cake designer and an incredible cook, especially when it came to italian food, Brian can be a bit of a food snob. Growing up he would rarely eat at friends homes because their moms were lousy cooks. Brian wouldn’t hesitate to eat before going to a meal at a girlfriend’s house if neither the mom nor the girlfriend could cook. Fortunately, Brian married a wonderful woman who is a master in the kitchen. When it comes to Kansas City food, without question BBQ is king but there are plenty of other great offerings when it comes to American, Italian, Mexican and Asian fare. Brian’s current food fascination is food trucks and finding the Italian restaurant in KC with the best red sauce that also offers manicotti. You wouldn’t believe how many italian restaurants in KC don’t offer manicotti! Come on man!