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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. 567 more words

Chicken & Seafood

Biscuits and Bourbon: Savor the South Weekend at the O. Henry Hotel

What do you think about when someone mentions “Southern food”? Fried chicken? Hush puppies? Stereotypes of deep-fried everything made Southern fare synonymous with an unhealthy diet, but chefs today are redefining our region’s signature cuisine. 300 more words

North Carolina

Linus BBQ - Great BBQ in the Bowels of Itaewon

Well not really the bowels, but it’s not on the main strip either. Hello gentle reader, after a serious bout of the flu and a virus to my Macbook, I am finally back with an entry. 816 more words


Frogmore Stew: A Tasty Southern Tradition

Having a family gathering and trying to think of what to serve? Turn dinner into an event when you serve up Frogmore Stew.  Frogmore stew (also known as Beaufort Stew and Low-Country boil), is a staple of South Carolina and is popular in many Southern states. 324 more words

Southern Cuisine

Recipe: Roasted Cauliflower and Mushroom with Aged White Cheddar Dip

Lets be real, spinach and artichoke dip is so TGI Friday’s circa 1995. Time to up your party food game with this recipe. This dip is insanely creamy, cheesy, and bubbling with flavor. 411 more words


South City Kitchen

South City Kitchen, Midtown

Coming here on a Sunday was great idea. My sister and I had just returned from traveling and we simply wanted a fool proof meal without a lot of fuss. 208 more words


Grit and bear it!

It was my first weekend in Georgia; my first Sunday morning. For some, the Lords time; churches here more prevalent than off licences (liquor stores) in London, another place where they take their worship seriously.  1,168 more words