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In Search Of.....Muffuletta

I have a theory that in this day and age, food dishes are no longer regional. That you can get a solid replica of a local signature in other parts of the country. 469 more words

An Oasis for Folks and Fowl

Think of the word ‘oasis’ and it likely congers up images of small lakes amid vast hot and dry deserts – places where man and beast congregate around a source of fresh water in order to survive. 679 more words

Other Pursuits

Stugots In The Big Easy

Growing up in Brooklyn, I am used to the hustle and bustle of a big city and living in a small town in Florida, makes me miss what it can be like. 433 more words

When in NOLA...

We try to sample regional foods when we hit a new area on vacation.  I knew I had to find some beignets because I love them but the other items I was not so sure about.  254 more words

Trip Reviews

Ida Claire

Addison, Texas


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When I first heard of this restaurant called “Ida Claire,” I knew instantly that this was for me! While growing up in Mississippi, I know I heard my grandmother exclaim, “Well, I declare!” hundreds – if not thousands – of times throughout her life. 583 more words

Southern Savvy Blog

02.04 - Super Bowl: Supper Sunday

It’s been 2 years.  I’m sorry.  Thank you work-friend, Isabelle, for the nudge.

Recently (you know, within the past 2 years) I’ve acquired a new roommate, Joe (a frequent Sunday Dinner guest), and we’ve begun watching a lot of old Cook’s Country and America’s Test Kitchen together.   356 more words


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I wanted some Italian food today. I wanted a muffuletta sandwich. This is a famous sandwich from New Orleans. I went to a deli where they sell slices of bread and slices of deli meat. 55 more words