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Getting My Goat On

Welcome to another chapter in the Mastication Monologues saga!  Today’s restaurant review takes us to one of the newer but highly regarded eateries in Chicago in the West Loop:   1,118 more words

American Cuisine

Talking Soul Food with Adrian Miller

Pop South is pleased to introduce readers to Adrian Miller, author of Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine (UNC Press, 2013), which won a prestigious… 878 more words

American South

Progressive American Cuisine Embraces International Culinary Trends

Chris Bruno is a chef from Brookfield, Connecticut, and the former owner of Chris’s American Restaurant. After purchasing Fiddler’s Restaurant in 1990, he eventually transformed the establishment into Chris’s American Restaurant, serving what he calls “progressive American” cuisine, dishes that fuse locally sourced, regional favorites with international fare. 228 more words

Chris's American Restaurant

Griddle veggie burger and chips

Used Amy’s Texas burger. Charred wholemeal buns and onions together with this patty. Seasoned simply with mustard, salt and pepper, topped pickles, avocados and cheese. 13 more words

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Half Moon in Dobbs Ferry, NY - A Sunday Afternoon Treat

A friend and I on a whim decided to go to Half Moon in Dobbs Ferry, NY, for a late Sunday lunch partaking in the gorgeous Hudson River view. 231 more words


Re-Dial Alfredo Sauce

Creamy, dreamy and so satisfying! I like to serve it over grilled chicken with Dreamfield’s low carbohydrate pasta and add grilled vegetables and fresh pineapple on the side.  164 more words

American Cuisine

A Celebration of Tomatoes

As you can probably imagine, tomatoes are my favorite vegetable. Right now, my farmers’ markets are inundated with them: beefsteak tomatoes, Jersey tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, San Marzano tomatoes and Sungold cherry tomatoes, amongst other kinds. 127 more words