Will Work for Good Food Podcast with Pavle Milic in the My AZ Now Radio Studio

Article by Jennifer Woods, written for Good Food Finder. IMG_9413IMG_9426

Pavle Milic is known for his smooth Colombian accent and sweet salutations while tending to guests at his restaurant FnB co-owned by bad-ass chef and vegetable whisperer Charleen Badman.  We definitely don't wan't to play favorites with these two as we are enamored with them both.  However, today we wanted to sneak upstairs at FnB into the little sound booth that could where the latest community "radio" station will be housed.  It's called My AZ Now Radio and it's their latest creation to bring the community together through food.

Please enjoy the show (and a note to those with kids, you might want to cover their ears during a few parts):

Will Work for Good Food Podcast / Episode 3 - Pavle Milic

For links to all the people and places we talked about read on, they are below.



My AZ Now Radio / My AZ Now Radio Facebook Page

FnB Restaurant

To Serb with Love story by Michael Lacey, Phoenix New Times

Roberta's NYC

Heritage Radio Network


Margaree Bigler

JD McLelland


Harvey Makay - giving back to community

FnB / Natalie Morris fundraiser for Italy

Amy Donohue

Dos Cabezas WineWorks

Payton Curry

New York Times article: A Balance Between the Factory and the Local Farm

Arizona Republic article: Arizona wines best competition from California, France at FnB

SF Chronicle Top 100 Wines: Dos Cabezas' El Campo

Charleen's cauliflower dish

Arizona Vines and Wines article: FnB's Rabbit Island Brunch Series

Kate and Sean McClendon

Natalie's Italian school: University of Gastronomic Sciences

Pavle's author page on Phoenix New Times' food blog Chow Bella

Amy Silverman

Gwen Ashley Walter's article My AZ Now Radio: FnB Set to Launch “My AZ Now Radio”


Jeff Zimmerman


{Photos by Jennifer Woods.  Top image: JD McLelland (who was there filming for a project) and Pavle Milic.}