Stopping by Bayou Bistro, aka Le Chard.
Ah, Overton Square! The revitalization of the Midtown entertainment district has led to so many shiny new restaurants with their adorable branding and goofy
A few weeks ago, I spent a Saturday afternoon perched on a stool at the long wooden bar at Café 1912. Friends and I
I am SO PUMPED TO EAT LENTILS! Said basically no-one, ever. At least in my bubble of America. But the more I look into
It was less than 40 hours after filing my last column — detailing the existential dangers of three-dollar wine — that I found myself
I never cooked, ever," says Andrea LeTard, author of the recently released cookbook Andrea's Cooktales. LeTard was well into her 20s and married when
The first thing chef Franck Oysel bought when he moved to Memphis from France four years ago had nothing to do with food. "When
An easy eggplant Parmesan recipe.
I have an eggplant Parmesan recipe that's so quick and easy to prepare it could qualify as fast food. Like many of my recipes,
There's a big, boozy holiday just around the corner — and it's not Cinco de Mayo. I'm talking about Truman Day, the May 8th
Since I started writing this column, I’ve been told that no wine is too cheap for me to drink. Invariably, this comment is punctuated
Now open: Slice of Soul and Smackers.
Howard Bell and Anthony Latiker are childhood friends who grew up across the way from each other. They rode bikes. They played in the
A few weekends ago, I found myself bursting into song — belting out the makeshift lyrics, "I love a Lillet" in the best Ethel