We all need a place at the table where we feel welcome and at home. We need more hospitality and bread breaking in this world if we hope to heal our community and world. Good food and drink won’t solve the problems and divisions, but the hospitality that comes with them opens doors. Continue reading Top Five Posts of 2016 at Place at the Table
At a recent party, I planned an Italian themed menu of Aperitivo followed by a simple dinner. I hoped to serve small bites with fresh, healthy ingredients with Negronis and Blood Orange and Rosemary cocktails. I created easy-to-serve, handheld salads in boats of Belgian endive. The mildly bitter leaves of endive offer a soft crunch to salads. Feel free to vary the ingredients in this … Continue reading Le Barchette di Indivia
While visiting Wilton Manors for their annual LGBTQ pride celebration with our friends Christy Tweddle and Christy Cain, we stopped for Saturday brunch on June 18 at the Top Hat Delicatessen in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The sleek, contemporary decor lit with large windows and window-paned garage doors provides an open and bright setting. Our waiter provided timely table service and informed recommendations from the menu … Continue reading Hats off to Top Hat Delicatessen
Are Memphis restaurants making specious claims about locally sourced ingredients? Continue reading Locally Sourced?
Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen showed no sign of resting on their laurels last night. In fact, their game is just getting better. Visit them soon to taste this current menu. Continue reading Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen