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Review: Hickory’s Chester

BEING a huge fan of both food, and anything American, an American smokehouse seemed like the ideal choice to satisfy my taste buds.

The Restaurant… 408 more words

Chester

This little piggy went to market

It’s freezing here, I’m busy, and my man is home for 28 days so there’s more mouths to feed than usual. God only knows how much food is consumed between the two of us in a single day. 419 more words

Big Meals

Smokehouse Sandwich Co.

I’ve heard about this place through Facebook posts, blogs, vlogs, family and friends. Now I can say that I fully understand the hype.

First Impression:  209 more words

Food & Fun Finds

Faux Food - A Means of Interpretation

This year during our Christmas Open House event we will be displaying brand new faux food items in the Palmer-Marsh and Bonner Houses! These items, pictured in the blog, will be placed in the Dining Rooms to display a portion of the main holiday meal. 372 more words

Bath NC

Longhorns Barbecue Smokehouse, Mosley Street

After my rave review of Hop & Cleaver on the Quayside a few months back, I was intrigued to see what Longhorns had to offer. We went along on Sunday afternoon, I had a sneaking suspicion that they would be having a busy weekend and an evening meal would probably be out of the question – boy, was I right. 340 more words

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Popular American smokehouse restaurant secures multi-million pound investment

HICKORY’S Smokehouse, situated on The Groves on the banks of the River Dee, has secured a £6m investment from Baker Tilly’s Corporate Finance team.

The brand, who also has restaurants in West Kirby, Wirral and Rhos-on-Sea, North Wales, is known for its delicious American cuisine, southern hospitality atmosphere and extensive bar selection. 209 more words

Chester

A delicious Taste of London Winter 2014

Hot cups of mulled wine, sharp and breathy shots of gin, fiery chilli sauce,  hot chorizo sausages, iberico ham four years in the making – the list of edible delights at Taste of London Winter really could go on and on. 1,043 more words

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