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As we dig in to our last dessert of 2014 — the Peanut Butter Stack at Cellar 6 in St. Augustine, Florida — we want to say thanks for joining us in our travels in 2014. It’s a sweet treat … Continue reading
Fall for me just wouldn’t be the same without a trip to Ramsey House for the annual Country Market. And since last fall came and went without the annual celebration, I was feeling a bit of withdrawal. The Country Market celebrates so … Continue reading
Now, I don’t even pretend to be a Guy Fieri who knows every drive-in, diner, and dive across America and where to get the best milkshakes. But I do know a GOOD milkshake, if I say so myself. I grew up in … Continue reading
Even on the Fourth of July, Chattanooga’s Bluff View Art District was open for business! It’s a place unique unto itself — an artist colony of sorts, offering historic lodging, a noteworthy museum, artists’ renderings, and places to relax and eat … Continue reading
It’s been fun writing these blogs for Cool Off 2012, a review of area ice cream shops we love to patronize. Selecting one as “the best” is not only difficult . . . it’s impossible. They each have remarkable ice … Continue reading
Sometimes you just stumble onto good ice cream. In a place you’ve never even heard of. You see people licking drippy ice cream cones, and you’re hot, and you ask . . . Hey, where’d you get that? And that’s how … Continue reading
It’s unusual that we visit chain restaurants or chain ice cream shops or chain anything — we love to see what’s local! We want to find out who owns a Mom-and-Pop establishment and what they serve and what’s unique. But Bruster’s Real Ice Cream — … Continue reading
Tyler shows us Spanish ham at Curate Now that I’ve seen the website for Curate and read about this rave-about place for fine dining, I don’t know how I could have almost walked past without even knowing about this unique new restaurant. It was all … Continue reading