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Sit Outside, Enjoy the View, Eat the 'Cue

This little irreverent barbecue joint is a great stop on the Highway 90 corridor if you’re hungry for good and local, and you can barely get more tasty or local than Slap Ya Momma’s. 236 more words

Travel Reviews

Behind the scenes at The Tennessee Truffle

The Tennessee Truffle, downtown Sanford’s soon-to-be newest restaurant (125 W 1st St.), is getting closer to opening day. Details like operating hours, menu, and the actual first day of business are still under wraps, but here are a few pictures from behind the scenes to pique your interest and whet your appetite. 79 more words


Leaving Nola Begins at Crabby Jack's

The notice at work has been given, the plane ticket has been bought, and the lease is up; I’m headed home to Oregon! This meant a lot for me both as a chef and a person. 652 more words


Shorty's egg salad sandwich made with Duke's is how it's gotta be

Homemade egg salad made with Duke’s mayo. $4.95 for lunch. My weekday go-to. These folks have been cooking it up for 100 years – that’s right a century – in downtown Wake Forest, NC.

Lunchbox Eats

My grandparents are lifetime suburbanites of Memphis… At least they have been for the last 40 years, so their perspective of downtown Memphis more closely aligns to the rest of Tennessee. 140 more words


Another delectable addition to the growing dynasty of Michael Hudman and Andy Ticer.  Following the smashing success of Andrew Michael and Hog & Hominy, these two masterminds opened up their third restaurant. 103 more words

Cornbread, Culture, and Carrying On

Tonight I found this fantastic little article, about why white Southerners prefer white cornbread, and why black Southerners prefer yellow sweetened cornbread. I guess I never knew that there was a racial preference in cornbread. 813 more words