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Third Wednesday: Can we just talk about something normal?

Well, we learned tonight that the answer is no, apparently Lizz and I can’t.

She inspired tonight’s dinner choice of Cowgirl, a southern cuisine place situated right in the heart of the charming West Village on Hudson Street, which has hosted many country artists during its many years from Dolly Parton and Reba MacIntire to Miley Cyrus and Bonnie Rait. 855 more words

Fall break in St. Simons Island, Georgia

Even places we’ve traveled to many times reveal new sights, sounds and tastes – I discovered even more reasons to love St. Simons Island, Georgia when researching for a SCOOP Charlotte post. 251 more words

Travel

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

food, glorious Southern food

You know that moment, when your kiddo brings home an amazing art project or A+ math paper?  You take a moment and look, really look at it, maybe pat them on the back and say, “Good Job”.   759 more words

Grateful

Gluten-Free Oyster Spoon Bread

Spoon bread is a cornmeal based side that that can be bread-like or pudding-like and  hails from the southern United States. My dish is light and fluffy, savory and sweet and a great side or even a main when served with a salad or coleslaw. 150 more words

Food

Sunday Supper: Shrimp & Cheesy Grits

Growing up, I hated when my mom made grits for breakfast. When grits were served on Saturday or Sunday mornings, I knew I was going to be the first one at the table for lunch or dinner. 568 more words

Chicken & Seafood