An interesting pair of links:
At MBQ's Business Minded blog, Richard Banks reports on oysters and the Gulf Coast.
And Grace gets a little love from Julia Reed and Trolley Stop gets a shout-out in Food & Wine magazine this month. Read all about it at thechubbyvegetarian.com.
For a no-hassle lunch, stop by Valenza Pasta for the Italian sub (salami, turkey, cheese, pickles — full, $3.99) and a side of Joe's Summer Corn Salad (corn, tomatoes, celery, onions — 8oz. $5.41).
Both were ready for the taking (among many other entrees and sides) in the store's prepared-foods case.
Midtown's long yogurt nightmare is over. The new TCBY at 1708 Union opened last Saturday.
A refreshing (and mouth-staining) small cup of red grapefruit can be yours for $2.59. The Gummy Bears will cost you 39 cents.
Overton Park Pizze Stone is moving to a new location. So, if anything's possible, what would you like to see in that space?
A tamale shack? A little market/cafe a la Square Foods or Trolley Stop? Another pizza joint?
"It's important to eat foods as close to their natural state as possible," she says.
And now she's looking to spread the word further with her Sushi, Yall: A Southern Sushi Project, which has a goal of "800 kids, 35 workshops, 15 towns, 1 heck of a sushi trail left behind."
And so they will on Saturday, August 7th, from 2 to 6 p.m.