It’s cold. It’s been cold, it continues to be cold. I live in the south for many reasons. One of them is to not be bitterly cold in the winter. Here are some sunny, snowy shots from my holidays. I don’t think they will make you feel warmer but maybe they will.
In my previous post I linked to the Southern Foodways Alliance site. I learned about them years ago when my dad was involved in food-writing. His area of specialty was Appalachian food. On Saturday I was lucky enough to attend their annual fundraiser dinner at Blackberry Farm. Blackberry hosts the SFA and attendees for the […]
BaconFest 2010 is fast approaching. This year we areÂ lucky to have Benton’s Smoky Mountain Country Ham as a sponsor/supporter. Benton’s products are works of curing wonder all by themselves. On Feb. 26 these works of wonder will be further embellished by an all-star team of local chefs. More on that to come closer to […]
From Jeff Ross. These sound amazing!! Chandler’s Plum Tree on Kingston Pike for a huge bowl of Pho Mary’s Hot Tamales El Tocayo and El Noa Noa Tienda on Alcoa Hwy. – especially on the weekends for Barbacoa de Borrego (Lamb Tacos) La Lupita on Hwy 33 (east of Maryville) – homemade chorizo and great […]
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For the past five or six years I’ve cooked a big dinner for New Year’s Eve instead of going out. We’re generally in Colorado and going out on New Year’s is expensive at best, but generally over priced and under whelming. Last year in an effort to up the interactiveness we decided to have a […]