GREETINGS FROM
BUTCHERS HILL 8: CULINARY EPISODE

Music Bed

AMBIENT RESTAURANT NOSE

Opening greeting:

STEVE

Hello, and welcome to the Steve…

LUCY

…and Lucy.

STEVE

Audio postcard!

So! Greetings from Butchers Hill!

[HALF-BEAT]

This one’s going to take a little bit of a different format…

[¼ BEAT]

As we’ve mentioned…we’ve gotten some of mail from Friends &
Family about all the amazing restaurants and cafes we’ve been to, and
some of you have suggested that we do a food-centric episode!

Well… it’s taken some logistical… flexibility… and a little bit
of community support… but we’re doing it! This is our goal… a
breakfast, lunch, and dinner audio postcard, for your aural dining
pleasure!

[BEAT]

LUCY

Really?

STEVE

And… we are on site right now at our first establishment…
Screaming Mimi’s Cafe.

Looks like the special today is…

[BEAT]

…butt-milk pancakes!

[BEAT]

LUCY

I’m pretty sure that’s ‘buttermilk’.

STEVE

[OFF-MIC]

I don’t know… it says “butt milk”.

LUCY

It’s an abbreviation.

[¼ BEAT]

STEVE

You know… that makes more sense.

[BEAT]

So, Screaming Mimi’s has been a fixture of Butchers Hill… for quite
some time. And they are renowned as a most exquisite and refined
breakfast establishment.

[BEAT]

LUCY

[ASIDE]

I don’t know how refined it can be… they don’t have doughnuts
made with tequila.

STEVE

[UNPERTURBED]

And… it looks like our server is upon us!

WAITRESS 1

Hi there! Did I hear correctly that this is your first time to
Screaming Mimi’s?

STEVE

That is so! We’re pretty
excited, too! So, we’re kind of curious about the special. What can
you tell us about it?

WAITRESS 1

Oh, we’re very proud of that; probably the most popular item on the
menu. So… we take hyena butter– only the highest quality of
course…

LUCY

There. See?

STEVE

So, they’re… butter milk pancakes?

[BEAT]

WAITRESS 1

What!? No… don’t be silly! Who would use such a thing?
Buttermilk? Pff.

[HALF-BEAT]

No… we take the excretions from the hyena, lovingly massaged from
the anal gland, and whip it to a creamy froth!

STEVE

[HERP]!

WAITRESS 1

Using this froth, we fold it into a mixture of yak [milk
and eggs and we pour it onto…]

LUCY

You know what? I’ll just get the French Toast. And a side of
bacon.

WAITRESS 1

You got it, hon.

LUCY

Wait…

[¼ BEAT]

…you know I mean a side-dish, right? You’re not going to
bring me an entire side of bacon.

[BEAT]

WAITRESS 1

Well… not now. How about you, sugar?

STEVE

Um… what else would you recommend?

WAITRESS 1

Oh… the Butter-snatch waffles is one of my favorites.

[HALF-BEAT]

STEVE

Do you mean… ‘butterscotch‘?

LUCY

Don’t. Just… move on.

[HALF-BEAT]

STEVE

Ok. Um… you know? I think I’d like to try the Nebelwerfer in a
Blanket.

[BEAT]

Oh! And an order of the frottage cheese.

WAITRESS 1

How do you want that?

STEVE

Extra friction.

WAITRESS 1

Anything for y’all to drink?

LUCY

Orange Jute.

WAITRESS 1

Sorry hon, outt’a Jute. Haven’t had that since the last Nordic
Iron Age. We’re flush with Angle and Saxon, though…

LUCY

Hm. To… waspy for my taste. Just bring me a hot buttered
coffee.

WAITRESS 1

N’ you, hon?

STEVE

Molted milk please!

WAITRESS 1

Good choice… we just got fresh slough in yesterday… I think
it’s lobster.

[HALF-BEAT]

Ok… I’ll have that right out.

[BEAT]

LUCY

I have no idea why you drink that.

STEVE

What? It’s an excellent source of keratin!

[BEAT]

LUCY

Again… I have no idea…

STEVE

It keeps my hair and skin healthy and my nails strong!

LUCY

Yeah… I don’t think your nails need any help. Every time you
trim, we have to wrap the light fixtures in kevlar.

[BEAT]

And I know you’ve seen the cats run for cover.

[BEAT]

So. What… is the Nebelwerfer?

STEVE

I have no idea! But it was listed as a signature dish… and you
know how I am about those!

[BEAT]

LUCY

I do.

[¼ BEAT]

Like when we vacationed in the Republic of Namibia? And you asked
for the… ‘special‘?

[TRIPLE BEAT]

STEVE

You agreed we would never speak of that again.

[HALF-BEAT]

When it was on the plate? It looked like calamari. If I had known
that it was the barbecued [ass end
of a…
]

[SFX] [DISHES CRASH IN BACKGROUND]

…warthog… I might have reconsidered.

[BEAT]

WAITRESS 1

And here we are. The french toast for you…

[SFX: PLATE SET]

…and the Nebelverfer… in a blanket.

[SFX: PLATE SET]

STEVE

Oh! Thank you!

[HALF-BEAT]

Mmm… this smells…

LUCY

[QUICK-ON]

Offensive.

STEVE

…no– good!

[SFX: SILVERWARE NOISE]

STEVE

And it tastes… hmm, smokey… and…

[DOUBLE BEAT]

…oh my.

[HALF-BEAT]

Mustardy. That’s… that’s potent! Explosive, even! Oh my. Very…
very…

LUCY

Tasteless?

STEVE

No! No… very…

[SFX: GULPS WATER]

LUCY

No… he’s right. Tasteless implies an absence of taste. This is
of the ‘poor’ variety.

[STEVE MAKES ‘HERP‘ NOISES’

[SFX: CHAIR SCRAPE]

LUCY

And… he’s off.

[BEAT]

So, in the interests of not having to do this again, I will now
recount the qualities of my meal.

[SFX: SILVERWARE NOISE]

Mm.

[HALF-BEAT]

Good. The bread is tender, but not soggy… the exterior nicely
singed…

[HALF-BEAT]

In fact… it’s almost as if they’ve seared the sides… and left a
nebulous vanilla moisture within. Ethereal, even. And to paraphrase
an internet pundit, I will stick forks in my eyes if I ever utter
such praise again.

[DOUBLE BEAT]

The bacon was fine.

[BEAT]

A little over-crisp.

HARD EDIT IN THE
MUSIC INDICATING TIME SHIFT.

STEVE

Ok. And…

[OFF MIC]

You know? We’ll edit this… it’ll look seamless in the Postcard.

[ON MIC]

And! That was so good! But so rich! I am going to need…

[OFF MIC]

…oh– here she comes.

WAITRESS 1

Hey! There you are. How you feelin’, hon?

STEVE

Fine. Thank you. Um… can I get a box for the rest of this
please?

WAITRESS 1

You sure about that?

[BEAT]

STEVE

¿Yes?

WAITRESS 1

You got it. Anything for you ma’am?

LUCY

No, I’m [fine thank you…]

STEVE

Can we…

[BEAT]

…I mean, would it be possible for us to speak to the chef?

WAITRESS 1

Whale… it’s kind of busy… but, sure– I’ll see if she has a
minute.

[DOUBLE BEAT]

LUCY

So– how about that signature dish.

STEVE

Well… in support of my argument… where else are you going to
try something of that caliber?

[BEAT]

LUCY

Really?

[DOUBLE BEAT]

MIMI

Hello. I’m Miriam. You asked to speak with me…

[BEAT]

LUCY

Don’t look at me… this is your circus.

STEVE

Hi! Um… we just wanted to ask you about the food… and maybe
the inspirations behind…?

[HALF-BEAT]

MIMI

What… would you like to know?

STEVE

Well… we’d be really interested to know, where did you get your
training?

[DOUBLE BEAT]

MIMI

I studied at the CIA.

STEVE

Oh! The Culinary Institute of America!

[BEAT]

MIMI

Sure.

STEVE

Very prestigious!

MIMI

So, what did you folks get?

STEVE

Well… Lucy ordered the French Toast… and I got the…
Nebelwerfer. It was… like… nothing I’ve ever had before.

MIMI

The Nebel is a house specialty; a product of the old
country… in fact, it’s the dish from which the restaurant gets its
name.

[¼ BEAT]

In fact, I’m not sure it’s prepared anywhere else. [UNDERBREATH]
Some foolishness about conventions in Geneva.

STEVE

But… I thought…

[¼ BEAT]

Well… aren’t you… Mimi? Isn’t the restaurant’s name
eponymous?

[BEAT]

MIMI

My name is Miriam.

[BEAT]

STEVE

Oh.

[BEAT]

MIMI

And the French Toast?

[¼ BEAT]

LUCY

It was quite pleasant. It had an easy yield, with an underlying
resistance that I found surprisingly creative.

[HALF-BEAT]

It was certainly at odds with the Nebelwerfer.

[BEAT]

STEVE

What are you talking about?

LUCY

So… Miriam… can you… tell us a little more about your
tenure? Where did you say you made your bones?

[DOUBLE BEAT]

MIMI

I don’t believe I did.

[HALF-BEAT]

You folks enjoy the rest of your day. Thanks for stopping by.

[BEAT]

STEVE

Did that seem… a [little abrupt
to you?]

LUCY

A little abrupt. Yes.

BEAT

STEVE

They’re pretty busy. Probably needs [to
get back to the…]

MIMI

[BACKGROUND, SCREAMING]

[CORRUPTION OF IF YOU EVER PUT ME IN THAT POSITION AGAIN, SO
HELP ME I WILL… TRAILS OFF
]

LUCY

We’re the only ones in here.

[BEAT]

STEVE

So Screaming Mimi’s opened in 1994 to rave reviews. It’s been in
the same location for over twenty years! That location has shifted
several times, due to a poorly chosen plot of land and a misguided
attempt to market the anomalies as ‘scenic’. Mimi’s has occupied
several street corners, a mountain top… and on one particularly
catastrophic occasion, the same space in… well, space… but in two
different periods of time. That had a mark’ed effect on the
customers… and when the building resolved back into a single time
frame and the disparate temporal anomalies fused, it caused rapid
aging, and in some cases...
rapid, uh… death.

LUCY

Fun.

STEVE

Except in two remarkable cases…

[HALF-BEAT]

LUCY

You mean more remarkable than the circumstances you just
described?

STEVE

Two gentleman… one was Dennis Bay, the other Kenny Daker…

[¼ BEAT]

LUCY

Move it along. I want lunch.

[HALF-BEAT]

And at this rate, the ‘Postcard’ is going to be the size of a
broadside.

STEVE

Right. So, while most people aged… roughly thirty years or so,
Dennis Bay stayed the age he was at the time of the event… and from
that point, never aged. In fact, he’s over there in that
both, right now. Eating the… Lucky Strikes Jello salad.

[HALF-BEAT]

Kenny Daker…

[¼ BEAT]

vanished. And he was never heard from again.

[DOUBLE BEAT]

After that… and also after they nailed this primo location, Mimi’s
installed spatial dampeners. And the site hasn’t moved since.

[BEAT]

LUCY

What about temporal dampeners?

[TRIPLE BEAT]

I’m leaving. I don’t want to be twenty years away from our car.

STEVE

Ok! So, that concludes the breakfast portion of our program!
We’ll see you at lunch!

MUSICAL INTERLUDE TO TRANSITION INTO LUNCH…

STEVE

And now: lunch! We are here at the Fungus Among Us! A premier
restaurant that specializes in fungal cuisine!

[HALF-BEAT]

So, one of the unique qualities about this establishment…

LUCY

Can you just say ‘restaurant’?

STEVE

…is that the menu changes, based on available resources.

LUCY

So, what… every couple of months?

[HALF-BEAT]

STEVE

Frequently. Basically, if you find something you like… don’t
count on it being here again…

CHEF BIBENDUM

That’s right. We don’t want our patrons to grow accustomed to
anything… even the comfort of a favored dish. Every visit must be
an adventure…

STEVE

Ok! Friends & Family? This is a unique treat! We are graced
by the presence of the renowned Chef Bibenum! [He
is the premier culinary curator…]

CHEF BIBENDUM

And adventure must be unpredictable. There should be a growth of
character.

[BEAT]

STEVE

Chef Bibendum is the head… uhhmm…

[BEAT]

CHEF BIBENDUM

Chef.

STEVE

…at the Fungus Among Us.

The Fungus is an institution here… this place is the second oldest
[restaurant in our area…]

CHEF BIBENDUM

The oldest, yes.

BEAT

STEVE

Um… I thought the Body Politic [was
the…]

CHEF BIBENDUM

Pf! Do not speak to me of those barbaric eaters of flesh.

[HALF-BEAT]

STEVE

So, Friends & Family, as you may have guessed, The Fungus Among
Us is a vegan establishment…

LUCY

I knew something was missing.

STEVE

…but… Chef… I thought the…

[HALF-BEAT]

…aforementioned restaurant was the oldest in Butchers Hill.

CHEF BIBENDUM

Oldest licensed restaurant. We have been serving patrons
far longer.

[HALF-BEAT]

And better.

[BEAT]

STEVE

Oh.

CHEF BIBENDUM

Those heathens down in [WITH DISDAIN]
Butcher’s Hill… they…

STEVE

Oh yeah! So, we’re actually a little bit north of home now in a
town called Eerie.

[DOUBLE BEAT]

CHEF BIBENDUM

I know. Why do you tell me this?

STEVE

Ha! No… I, uh… I was talking to, uh…

[BEAT]

Friends and… Family.

So… tell us a little about yourself. Where are you from?

CHEF BIBENDUM

I come from a little town… in Eastern Europe called Kakostag. I
studied cuisine at the Royale Academy and Monastery… we trained
from early age to appreciate foodstuffs as both sustenance and
weapon…

[¼ BEAT]

…things with which to provide… security. And comfort.

[BEAT]

STEVE

Well… that’s…

[BEAT]

…interesting? And mildly alarming?

[OFF-MIC]

Does SI have access to Interpol records? [Can
you maybe look into…
]

LUCY

Thank you, Chef. We are very honored.

CHEF BIBENDUM

[SLIGHTED BY THE COMMENT]

Please… let me know what you think of your meal. I am very
curious to know what you choose.

[¼ BEAT]

Your server will be with you soon.

[BEAT]

STEVE

That went well!

LUCY

Sometimes I feel like we live in different worlds, joined by a
common cortex.

[BEAT]

WAITRESS 2 [twirls hair]

Hi’ee. ¿My name is Bella… Have you been to the Fungus before?

STEVE

No…

WAITRESS 2

Ok, well… we are a Farm to table establishment… everything we
serve has come from The Farm.

[BEAT]

LUCY

Which farm?

WAITRESS 2

No… The Farm. It’s the one up 25? ¿That’s the name.
¿The Farm.

[DOUBLE BEAT]

STEVE

I think we’d like to start with the St Anthony’s Fire…

[BEAT]

… and, um… what can you tell us about the specials?

WAITRESS 2

[BORED]

[THINK: CHEWS GUM AND LOOKS OFF]

[SIGHS]

–the Eat Me Drink Me is a stuffed mushroom and tea combo… best
consumed in tandem.

–the Mushroom-headed surprise is a 10 inch stalk of phallus
hadriani, roasted in garlic and fennel and filled with a horseradish
creamcheese sauce.

–the Pan Cyan Labyrinth is sauteed Panaeolus

Pan-E-o-lus Sigh-ann-i-suns] Cyanescens on
a bed of spring greens. This dish comes with a t-shirt reading I
solved the Pan’s Labyrinth.

STEVE

Oo! I think I’d like that!

[BEAT]

WAITRESS 2

Have you ever had psilocybin mushrooms before?

STEVE

No…

WAITRESS 2

You… may want to start a little further down on the food-chain?

STEVE

But… I want the t-shirt.

WAITRESS 2

Suit yourself.

LUCY

This should be fun.

WAITRESS 2

And for you?

LUCY

If I’m going to get food here, it’s going to be the thing that most
resembles meat.

[¼ BEAT]

Let me have the Portobello Road Show.

WAITRESS 2

Bold choice. Don’t be surprised if you see flying beds and a
dancing menagerie.

[HALF-BEAT]

LUCY

Now I’ll be disappointed if I don’t.

WAITRESS 2

And what would you folks like to drink?

STEVE

Maybe we’d best stick with water… I’ve heard it’s best to
hydrate?

LUCY

I’d like the Chernobog’s Dark Lager.

[BEAT]

WAITRESS 2

And waters good for you?

STEVE

[ANXIOUS] Yes, thank you.

[TRYING TO BE OFF MIC BUT NOT] Really?
The Dark Lager?

[HALF-BEAT]

STEVE

That has killed people.

LUCY

Aren’t you the one that says try the ‘specials’?

[¼ BEAT]

STEVE

Oh. I have so come to rue those words.

[BEAT]

Oh, look. Here’s the bread!

[SFX: PLATE SET]

[BEAT]

LUCY

The bread is… cold.

STEVE

Naturally. It’s to keep the fungi healthy. Also… if the bread
gets warm, it starts to spore. No one wants that.

[BEAT]

STEVE

Mmm. So good.

LUCY

Mm. So… so.

[BEAT]

STEVE

So… that’s weird, right? The rift between them and the
Body Politic?

[BEAT]

LUCY

Hm.

STEVE

Do you think it could be, you know, the differences between vegan
and, um… eaters of… flesh?

LUCY

Practically, no. Ideologically, maybe. Sure– let’s call it
that.

STEVE

Well… competition is good for business, right? And ideological
competition is even better! It makes the food taste best!

[BEAT]

LUCY

Sometimes I’m not sure where your words come from.

STEVE

And here our server comes.

WAITRESS 2

The Portobello Road Show.

[SFX: PLATE CLINK]

And… the Pan Cyan Labyrinth.

[SFX: PLATE FIZZLES INTO THE ATMO]

STEVE

Thank you….?

[THE APPETIZER HAS CLEARLY HAD AN EFFECT ON STEVE]

LUCY

You know, in spite of my misgivings… this looks really good…
and smells better than it has any right to.

STEVE

For mine?

[SFX: CHEWING]

I have to say, I’m a little misappointed… three fronds on the
plate, and two in the bush… but I do like the way the stems were
woven into Celtic not-work.

[HALF-BEAT]

Your burger looks good.

[¼ BEAT]

Is it… um… is that
[
breathing? It looks
like…
]

LUCY

Mmmph.

[likes the burger in spite of herself]

For the record, I am enjoying this under protest.

STEVE

And I am enjoying this protest under wear. And chocolate mile.
Milk.

LUCY

What.

[BEAT]

STEVE

I like the way your skin crinkles… like an accordion played by
bugs… from the underneath….

LUCY

Do you need help?

STEVE

Barabajagal.

[HALF-BEAT]

LUCY

Check please.

STEVE

Oh! The red queen would very much like to see [about
checking the king… out.]

[FADES OUT]

MUSICAL INTERLUDE TO TRANSITION INTO DINNER…

STEVE

And… we’re… back?

[¼ BEAT]

In town…

[BEAT]

LUCY

Are you sure you’re fit?

STEVE

And we are here… at the… the Rot Locker…

[BEAT]

I’m sitting… I’m sitting?

[¼ BEAT]

LUCY

We have a table. You were a bit indisposed. I took care of things.

[BEAT]

STEVE

[WITHOUT LOSING A BEAT]

The Rot Locker is a restaurant that specializes in fermented [food,
and… given that…]

LUCY

Rotten food.

STEVE

Fermented food, and… given that it tends to be a hard
sell, it’s testament to the quality of the dishes that the Locker has
been around for so long.

LUCY

Since?

STEVE

Oh… 19… maybe 20… months now? And they are still going
strong!

LUCY

If smell has anything to say about it…

[¼ BEAT]

STEVE

Low hanging fruit, there.

WAITER

Hi there! How’re you guys doing!?

STEVE

Hey! We are well, thank you! We… are on an excursion to try…

[HALF-BEAT]

[HALF-KNACKERED]

You know what? It’s been a long day. Can you recommend something
that is safe… and… possibly tasty? With an emphasis on the
former?

WAITER

Oh, no worries! Everything here is just popping with flavor! And
most of it is pretty safe! Why don’t we start you off with a nice
cheese dish. Do you like cheese?

STEVE

We love cheese.

WAITER

Great! How about the Casu [cat-zu mart-zu] Marzu? And what about
fish?

[BEAT]

STEVE

[CAUTIOUSLY]

I like fish.

[HALF-BEAT]

LUCY

I like food that hasn’t decomposed.

WAITER

We have a very popular dish… it’s Greenland shark that has been
prepared in a very special manner…

STEVE

Is it good?

WAITER

It’s our most popular dish.

STEVE

Well… that’s enough for me! I’ll have that, please!

WAITER

And for you ma’am?

[BEAT]

LUCY

I’ll just have the tempeh.

[HALF-BEAT]

WAITER

[DISDAINFUL]

Tourist.

LUCY
[What!?]

WAITER

Those’ll be out in a jiff!

[BEAT]

STEVE

Well… I have to admit…
this little adventure has been exhausting. I, for one am
[certainly
glad that we’re on our last…]

SERVER

And here’s your appetizer.

[SFX: PLATE SET WITH POP-ROCK NOISES]

STEVE

Wow! That was fast!

[HALF-BEAT]

LUCY

You know all the food was prepared last month, right? At the
soonest?

[BEAT]

[SFX: EATING NOISES]

STEVE

Mmmmm… that is…

[BEAT]

Creamy. And dynamic!

LUCY

I’d like to say that’s ‘all you’… except they keep jumping onto
my plate.

STEVE

Oh, c’mon. This is so good… so rich! How do you think they
animate the puffed rice like that?

[¼ BEAT]

LUCY

That’s not puffed rice.

STEVE

What [do you think it is…]

LUCY

You don’t want to know.

[BEAT]

STEVE

You don’t want any?

LUCY

I’m calling ‘over processed’.

SERVER

And here we are with the tempeh…

[SFX: GLASS SETTIN]

WAITER

And the Hakarl.

[SFX: PLATE SETTIN]

STEVE

[HURLS]

[SFX: KNOCKS OVER CHAIR, RUNS…]

LUCY

Well… that went quick.

[BEAT]

[SFX: SLURPPING SOUND]

I suppose I should supplement this by telling you about the tempeh.

But I won’t. It’s actually pretty tasty, and I don’t want anyone
crowding a good thing.

[BEAT]

Mm. So long then.

[SLURPING SOUNDS TRANSITION TO…]

[MUSICAL INTERLUDE TO EPLOGUE]

STEVE

Ok! So, that was fun, right?

[BEAT]

Not sure we’ll… do it again…

[BEAT]

But what an adventure?

[BEAT]

So… I did want to mention some of the places that we
were interested in,
but didn’t get to try:

We missed out on the Interstitial House of Pancakes, which… I would
have liked to have had their String Theory Dollar Singularities.

[BEAT]

Also, we didn’t make it to the Fractal Donut…

LUCY

[MILD VENOM]

I wanted that one!

STEVE

I know. I just felt it was a bit too… limited?

[BEAT]

LUCY

The Fractal Donut is ‘virtually’ unlimited…

[DOUBLE BEAT]

STEVE

Other places we didn’t get to visit:

-Wonton Destruction, what is supposed to be Butchers Hill’s premier
noodle restaurant…

LUCY

Hm. There’s [fate] Fete: a fine party environment… if a bit
uninspired.

STEVE

Also, the Northern Moon, where they have the very renowned Stoat
Month, in which one straps stoats to the sides of their face, and
drinks dark beers. We are so looking forward to that!

[DOUBLE BEAT]

LUCY

I’ve been sitting on this… but I am a little miffed about what
happened at the Fungus Among Us.

STEVE

What?

LUCY

They have a glazed desert: Breaking the Glass Mycelium. I really
wanted to try that. You wigged-out before we could order dessert.

[BEAT]

STEVE

Oh.

[HALF-BEAT]

Sorry about that.

[HALF-BEAT]

Um… no sponsor this week, so…

LUCY

What do you mean? The entire episode was pretty much three
different ads. Did we get anything for that?

[TRIPLE BEAT]

STEVE

Alright! So! The Harvest Festival is forthcoming, and we just
can… not… wait!

[DOUBLE BEAT]

LUCY

We are moderately interested. [Frankly,
we have better things to do…]

STEVE

And we can’t wait to get back to Friends & Family with all the
excitement that went down; all the festivities, all the new-friend
making… everything we learn about our new town!

LUCY

And that brings us to the end…

STEVE

Wait… that’s my part.

LUCY

Please recommend the podcast to someone you don’t like, [and
rate us on a…]

STEVE

To people you think would like it!

LUCY

Rate us on a tuna.

STEVE

On iTunes. Please… rate us on iTunes…

[PANICED]

and also, follow us on Twatter!

[¼ BEAT]

LUCY

Twitter.

[BEAT]

STEVE

Oh poop.

CREDITS

Steve &Lucy were voiced by Steve & Lucy. You can follow Steve
on Twitter at 79Butchers Hill.

Waitress 1was voiced by… Eva Raphael, Renee Nichols & Jill
Schonteich.

Mimi & Waitress 2 were voiced by Carolyn McHale

Chef BIBENDUM was voiced by Scott Rittinger.

The Waiter was voiced by Stelle Vicente

Music by Scott Brooks; you can find more of his work at Scott C
Brooks dot com. If you liked this podcast, please consider giving us
a 5-star rating and a review. If not, go to 79 Butchers Hill dot com,
and let us know what we can do to make it better.

And as always… thanks for the visit!