To the person who misplaced two loaves of bread in the East Memphis area, I spotted them today ...
Sweet Grass, the newish low-country restaurant in Cooper-Young, recently opened for lunch on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Last Saturday, after a shopping spree at the Cooper-Young Community Farmers Market, Pam Denney and I met our friend Victoria to check it out.
People love Hungry Girl because of her give-'em what they want style, which includes lots of snacks (sometimes involving Oreos!).
People hate Hungry Girl because of her give-'em what they want style, which includes lots of snacks (sometimes involving Oreos!).
This Washington Post profile from last year covers all the bases.
What's your opinion of Hungry Girl?
I signed up for the month-by-month CSA option offered through Whitton Farms, so this is my last share.
For this week: carrots, a big bag of kale, beans, basil, potatoes, and squash.
So will my grand finale of cooking efforts be like that of Lost: sad, happy, and not a little confusing? We shall see.
Now I know why.
Lori Greene offered a bundle of the nettles free of charge so I could try them, along with this warning: Be sure to wear gloves until they are cooked.
Yikes. It seems the wild herb, which is plentiful in spring, is covered with stinging hairs that magically disappear as soon as the greens are cooked.
Interesting post yesterday at Serious Eats about the judging process at the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest.
The piece is part of a fine series on the contest written by James Boo. It covers the comparative approach to judging — something he calls "flawed."
This does not go unnoticed.
This past weekend I noticed the ice cream cone sign at Barkley's Stem Shop in Midtown.
According to Alice Barkley, who owns the flower shop with her husband Nat, Barkley's has been offering $1 cones of vanilla soft serve for a few months now.
A peanut butter and jelly spreader at Williams-Sonoma outlet, $8
You know a meal is good when half the table jumps up to photograph each course while the other half waits anxiously to eat it.
Such was the case at Project Green Fork's sold-out spring supper last night at Sekisui Midtown. For the event, Green Fork restaurants inspired the evening’s sushi rolls, including a smoked bologna roll with cole slaw (natch) and BBQ sauce from Central BBQ
Super Delicious Productions is currently casting for a reality show and they think that Memphis just might have the local food enthusiast they're looking for to serve as host.
It is the ingrate-iest of ingrates who complains about her CSA.
When working on our Blunt Assessment cover story on medical marijuana, we’d thought it’d be fun to conduct an informal poll on favorite dishes to eat while under the influence. Responses came flooding in, so we pared the list down to the top 20. These are listed in no particular order.
At last night's olive oil tasting on the rooftop of the Madison Hotel, Bill Sanders, of Tunisian Olive Oil, began by noting the three-step process.
Sanders poured small cups of Riviere d'Or and handed them out.
First, a swirl and then a sniff to detect the fruity aroma.
Next, you sip it to taste for bitterness.
Finally, it's a suck through the teeth to get a note of pepper.
Making dinner last Sunday I thought I may end up calling 9-1-1. I was having difficulty coring the cabbage and feared I would end up cutting my g-d hand off.
I go to Frank's Deli at least once a week to pick up an egg-salad sandwich, but it was only recently that I noticed their eclectic soda selections.
Among the options: grape Crush.