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Sometimes there’s a side benefit to foraging for local cuisine, especially if you’re a tourist in New Orleans. And who doesn’t want Real Nawlins Food? We sure ’nuff do, so whenever we visit, we duck out of the French Quarter … Continue reading
As iconic as the Café Du Monde in New Orleans is for us and other tourists, it presented something new this trip: a trip to the back of the restaurant to see “how it’s done”! No visit to NOLA is … Continue reading
You might as well not even think about traveling to the New Orleans French Quarter if you’re not going to eat what locals do. And so we heed our own advice: plan your next meal; then tour what’s nearby! Although we’re … Continue reading
It’s not a wedding without wedding cake, but we’re always amazed at the extraordinary feat it must be to create an elaborate, elegant, showy-yet-tasty after-dinner creation. At my niece’s wedding this past weekend in Magnolia, Texas, the bride’s cake drew … Continue reading
We’re reposting this piece on the Big Kahuna Wing Festival from the event in 2013. Tomorrow the 2015 version rolls out from 12 to 8 at World’s Fair Park in Knoxville. Get ready for the tastiest wings anywhere and for … Continue reading
It’s finally happening, Knoxville! Our much-anticipated new Whole Foods Market will be open for business on March 24th, and many folks — at least in West Knoxville — are ready! In fact, the question around here is What took you so … Continue reading
Downtown Knoxville packed ’em in on Biscuit Boulevard as the fifth annual International Biscuit Fest kicked off Saturday, May 17, 2014. Long lines of folks waited for fluffy, doughy creations filled with anything from pork belly to paw paws. About 25,000 … Continue reading
As work in Idaho schools comes to an end this year, we wanted to wrap up our series on the Inland Northwest with a few posts on some of our favorite places to see and eat in Boise, McCall, and … Continue reading