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Burnt Edges

I like burnt edges, I like charred ends. I like fried to a crisp, and my meat well done. Some call me old school, others call me a traditionalist. 83 more words

Poetry

Winter Restaurant Week BONUS: Rowe's Service Station

Winter Restaurant Week is officially over, but I have one last meal to write up. Being a blogger for these events has been a really fun experience. 278 more words

Birmingham Restaurant Week

Nocawich

It’s fashionable for cities to have neighborhoods identified by two syllable nicknames. The classic example is SoHo (for “south of Houston Street”) in New York. Here in Phoenix, local versions such as RoRo (Roosevelt Row) and CenPho (Central Phoenix) have met with a mixture of acceptance and derision. 918 more words

Tempe

Vegan Biscuits and Sausage Gravy

Camping trips, cold mornings, and biscuits and gravy are synonymous words in my mind. The problem is, making a dairy free and meat free option are hard enough at home, let alone outdoors over charcoal with no luxury kitchen amenities. 363 more words

Breakfast with a Kick - Biscuits with Taco Gravy

Nothing beats light, fluffy biscuits made from scratch. Yet there are those times when baking up a pan of homemade biscuits simply isn’t practical – especially for a small family like mine. 453 more words

Breakfast-Brunch Ideas

Karl’s Biscuits and Gravy

This posting is more of a “what do I do with the leftovers.” When I make a whole roast chicken we will usually eat only about half of it. 137 more words

Food

I'll die-t tomorrow

Monterey is a good place for seafood.  It’s also a place to find some old fashioned American breakfast.

We’re partial to the Old Monterey Cafe, in the heart of downtown.   343 more words