All Blog Posts Tagged 'Chefs&Dining' (29)

WINE ETIQUETTE TIPS FOR BUSINESS PART 3 (CONCLUSION)

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Added by Kyla Cox on August 19, 2014 at 7:57pm — No Comments

Moonshine Patio Bar and Grill - Austin, TX

This place is seriously one of the best restaurants I've ever eaten at! 

There is truly nothing I don't like about it. 

Let's start with the food...

My…

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Added by Samantha Torres on February 7, 2014 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Southern City Guide - Durham

One of my favorite things about the South is the abundance of creativity in individually owned businesses.  I'll tell you right now, I'm not a big store, big chain kind of girl and there is a high chance that most of you reading this aren't either.  The small independently owned restaurants and stores are what give our favorite towns character and set us apart.  

This past weekend I traveled up…

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Added by Kate Reynolds on January 22, 2014 at 9:22am — 3 Comments

Watershed on Peachtree: Refreshingly Different

Having the opportunity to spend a few days in Atlanta is refreshing. Not the typical descriptor for a city famous for it's unbearable heat and gridlock traffic, but it was. Since my wife and I moved from there to Charlotte, we really haven't had the chance to get back as much as we'd like, so it was great returning to the city we once called home; experiencing nostalgia and seeing all of the newness that's come about since we…

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Added by Jarrod Daughtry THE DIXIE DISH on January 1, 2014 at 11:00am — 4 Comments

Weekend Guide To Savoring South Walton, Florida

South Walton, Florida boasts 16 neighborhoods each with their own flavor for you to savor during your stay. Visitors have the opportunity to find their own idea of something to indulge themselves in— everything from award winning culinary dishes, notable art…

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Added by Susan Benton 30AEATS on December 4, 2013 at 12:33pm — 5 Comments

Antiquing in New Orleans

New Orleans is one of those magical places that oozes inspiration for all of the senses. Your ears will be treated to the rhythmic tunes of jazz and soulful blues in the Quarter. Your tastebuds will be tantilized by the mouthwatering flavors of beignets, seafood gumbo and crawfish etouffe′. But it is your eyes that are inspired the most as they feast upon the architectural and interior treats the city has to offer. Asking anyone we know to go on an antiquing trip to New…

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Added by Interior Canvas on November 13, 2013 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

In Northwest Florida - Ice Cream Changes with Southern Craft Creamery

Owner Lauren hard at work

Owner Lauren hard at work

Handcrafted small batch ice cream from Southern Craft Creamery has made its way onto 30A and into the shops of Modica Market, For The Health Of It, CK Feed & Supply, and on the menu at George’s Alys Beach to name a few. The newest 30-A restaurant,  Havana Beach Bar…

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Added by Susan Benton 30AEATS on November 6, 2013 at 5:02pm — 2 Comments

Armadillo Eggs

"What's that" is the first thing I said when I layed my eyes on this little nugget. The Grillmaster replied simply "An armadillo egg"...This appetizer is sure to be a game-day crowd pleaser!  Score points with your friends and defeat hunger.

Cool weather means its time to heat up the grill. Get your game face on cause it's about to get serious! Rise-up and follow these simple instructions..

Core a jalapeno, stuff with cheese mixture, encase it in sausage, season and wrap it in…

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Added by Justin Cave on October 2, 2013 at 8:48am — 7 Comments

CURATE: Must Have Items for a Southern Kitchen

A southern kitchen is a special place, mainly because of the culinary magic that happens there. I recently asked readers of my blog, Southern Belle Simple, to share (via Facebook) what they consider to be the number one must-have for a southern kitchen. Can we just say I was blown away by the response?

I combed through the reader responses and pulled out the most popular. Then I…

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Added by Kate Spears on October 2, 2013 at 8:32am — 9 Comments

Your Weekend Guide To Visit Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Situated between Lafayette and New Orleans, Louisiana, Baton Rouge is well known for LSU athletics and politics, but until recently, not so much as a culinary destination.

In 2005 Hurricane…

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Added by Susan Benton 30AEATS on October 1, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Southern Style Black-Eyed Peas

It’s getting to be that time of year when I start wanting classic Southern dishes like collard greens and black-eyed peas.

I was in Whole Foods the other day and spied a big ol’ barrel of dried black-eyed peas and just had to have some!

Here’s my recipe for classic black-eyed peas. Enjoy!

Please visit me at South Your Mouth for more Southern recipes.…

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Added by Mandy Rivers on September 25, 2013 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

Sticky Bun Sunday

Like most people, I am a big fan of long, lazy, mimosa-filled brunches on the weekend.  I often have a hard time deciding between all the great options we have here in Charleston.  A few of my favorites are The Fat Hen, The Marina Variety Store, and the Farmer's Market.  But on Sunday mornings,…
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Added by Kate Reynolds on September 25, 2013 at 6:55am — 1 Comment

“How about some iced tea? It's the house wine of the South” – Truvy in Steel Magnolias

 I was weaned on sweet tea. My Mama tells the story of how I, just a wee thing on a hot summer day in our hot car, asked, “Does you have any tea in your pocketbook?” She would make pitchers of the amber liquid to keep in our motel rooms when we traveled, because it was all that I would drink. Not water. Not soft…

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Added by Leigh Ann Thornton on September 24, 2013 at 3:00pm — 4 Comments

Wonderful Wall Coverings!

There's something about a wall covering that adds that extra element of color, energy and texture to a room. From smooth, suede walls in a study to a gingham wallpapered ceiling in a child's room, wall coverings provide a way to unite a space together  and enhance its overall effect.  Fort Worth's Emily Gilbert, of …

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Added by Interior Canvas on September 11, 2013 at 9:40am — No Comments

Damn! Toups' Meatery Impresses in New Orleans.

You know you're at a uniquely fantastic restaurant when you are requested to take a shot of Irish whiskey using a sawed in half bone out of which you just consumed the marrow. It turns out, the marrow bone works quite well as a whiskey luge and the flavors picked up from the remains of roasted goodness enrich the water of life quite well. Michele took a shot too as we dined at Toups' Meatery, a…

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Added by Jay Ducote on September 9, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments

Seersucker: Home Away From Home in Brooklyn

As soon as the wheels touched down on LaGuardia’s tarmac, food was the first thing that crossed my mind. Yes, I was obviously excited about seeing friends I hadn’t seen in a…

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Added by Jarrod Daughtry THE DIXIE DISH on September 5, 2013 at 11:00pm — 10 Comments

A Taste of Lafayette, Louisiana

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A different world exists in the Cajun country of South Louisiana. Lafayette, a city of 120.000, and about a two-and-half-hour drive from New Orleans has caught up with the Big Easy on culinary allure, showcasing exotic foods with distinctive French flavors.

Chefs and business entrepreneurs have returned home to their Acadian culture, embracing it and finding others are…

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Added by Susan Benton 30AEATS on September 4, 2013 at 9:42am — No Comments

Ready for your first look at Top Chef New Orleans?

I'm ready!

This past summer, Top Chef filmed their 11th season in New Orleans with stops on the Northshore and in Baton Rouge at LSU.  Get ready for a Louisiana-filled season of one of TV's top cooking shows.  On October 2nd, Top Chef New Orleans hits Bravo!

 

Added by Jay Ducote on August 14, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments

My 5 Favorite Fabric Lines!

If you want to stop an interior designer in their tracks, ask them what their favorite fabric lines are. Although the textile industry competition is getting fiercer and fiercer, most people in the design business have their favorites. We thought it would be fun to get one designer to spill the beans on her top picks, and she was all too happy to do it!  Former Nashvillian now…

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Added by Interior Canvas on August 14, 2013 at 9:14am — 1 Comment

A Taste of Lafayette, Louisiana

A Taste of Lafayette, Louisiana

Story & Photography: Susan Benton

Visit 30AEATS.com for Gulf Coast food reviews and travel stories.

 

A different world exists in the Cajun country of South Louisiana. Lafayette, a city of 120.000, and about a two-and-half-hour drive from New Orleans has caught up with the Big Easy on culinary allure, showcasing exotic foods with distinctive French flavors.

Chefs and business entrepreneurs have returned home to their…

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Added by Susan Benton 30AEATS on August 7, 2013 at 11:30am — 1 Comment

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