Fresh Ancho Chiles from the Cooper Young Community Farmers Market, dried Arbol peppers, onions and garlic combined with some fresh summer tomatoes and ground chuck from the grocery for a tasty dinner. Continue reading No Bun Burgers with Ancho Chili Sauce
Chipotle tries too hard to be funny and finds a way to boost fiber intake in chips and salsa. Continue reading I Ate at Chipotle so You Don’t Have to . . .
I most looked forward to trying the Skillet Vegetable Chili of the three received meals this week because the thought of drop biscuits baked atop a pan of chili presented a new twist for me. But my expectations proved too grand. Continue reading Blue Apron misses the mark in this week’s vegetarian adventure
Spread purple hull pea hummus made with roasted jalepeño, cilantro and cumin on a warm soft wheat flour tortilla and layer slices of ripe tomatoes, fried zucchini chips, smoked corn and crumbled goat cheese. Continue reading Summer Vegetable Tacos
Named a semi-finalist for Best Chef South by the James Beard Foundation in 2011 for his achievements in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, at Fish Out of Water, Philip Krajeck left the beach resort to open his own place in Nashville. Krajeck founded Rolf and Daughters in late 2012 within the Boiler Building of the old Werthan Bag Company factory in the Germantown neighborhood of The … Continue reading Rolf and Daughters
Seattle offers a robust food scene with access to the sea, produce and livestock from local farms and wines from the Columbia River valley. During our time in the area, we enjoyed sampling the abundance of Washington state. Here’s a round-up of our best eating experiences from August 12-21, 2016. Breakfast and Brunch On our first morning in Seattle, Christy T. suggested we try the chorizo … Continue reading A Taste of Seattle
When you hear about destination restaurants, most are headed by men. Bayona, opened by Susan Spicer with business partner Regina Keever more than 25 years ago, is a refreshing exception in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Chef Spicer’s classic New Orleans creations at Bayona and other ventures led to multiple appearances on local and national media and to recognition and awards from the James … Continue reading Susan Spicer’s Bayona
I learned about El Mero Taco food truck through a friend on Instagram who writes about the Memphis food scene. I tracked them down today at City and State in the Broad Avenue Arts District. I’m glad I did. After perusing the menu, I decided to wait until I saw a few items appear in the window. Gawking at other’s food made my choice no … Continue reading Lunch at El Mero Taco