Thank you for all your enthusiasm and support for this project! We’re at halfway to the goal and a week out from the deadline to fund. If you haven’t already pledged, or are thinking of grabbing some more good stuff for others – now is the time!
7 | Inside the Desert Oasis RoomA few weeks ago, I chatted about Polynesian Pop, tiki, history, and the Culinary Historians of San Diego with Adrian Eustaquio (@polnesianpop) at False Idol tiki bar for his podcast, “Inside the Desert Oasis Room.”
The episode is now live at https://polynesianpop.podomatic.com/.
A lively discussion was had with “the two Martins,” Martin Cate (@smugglerscovesf, @falseiIdoltiki, @whitechapelsf ) and me! (Cate usually calls me Martin 2, although I think I might be a little older than he… 🙂
Also talking hot sauce and tiki are Dottie Deville (@dropdeaddames) and Matt Koken (@mskbvsw10), founders of “Mandatory Mug Mondays” at False Idol, and Treg Derry (@thirstythursdayssd), Captain Coconut (@tikitronic) and Susana Vestige (@thevelvetgazette) dropped by too.
Check it out!
Thank you for all your support! And spread the word…
Martin S. Lindsay
7 days to go…
28 Days of Tiki is a countdown to the funding of my Kickstarter project, Ninety Years of Classic San Diego Tiki – The Book. It’s a visual history and celebration of San Diego and Tijuana’s Polynesian Pop culture, tiki restaurants, bars and cuisine.