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Sausage Gravy with Biscuits Makeover

ho can resist a good makeover? There’s something pretty magical about taking something that has potential for greatness, shining it up, and making it new. 346 more words


Old Vinings Inn- Attic Bar

Old Vinings Inn- Attic Bar, Vinings

I have often driven past the Old Vinings Inn and wondered if it’s an inn, restaurant, or bar but as soon as I’d turn the corner the thought turned into a fleeting one. 230 more words


Memphis Blues cornbread

I really like the restaurant Memphis Blues back home in Vancouver and I’ve made their spice rub and barbecue sauce for pulled pork loads of times.   321 more words


History of the Hoppin John Bowl

“Hoppin-john-bowl” by Srjenkins – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons

The origins of the name are uncertain; one possibility is that the name is a  234 more words

A Quick and (Pimiento) Cheesy Blog

Grace and I have been speaking daily on the phone or via email.  Our “titan of industry,” Jeff’s moniker for her, has been bored at work and wants updates on what I’ve been making.  339 more words


West African Cuisine: Southern Cuisine

Southern cuisine is the result of a splendid cultural convergence, deriving from the intersection of three foodways: British, Native American, and West African. The West African influence was particularly strong in the cuisine of the Lowcountry of South Carolina, where, long before the rise of cotton farming, a rice economy dependent upon enslaved labor ensured that West Africans were present in large numbers from the early days of the colony.

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