Delicious and easy breakfast recipe with sausage, vegetables and eggs.
We’ve been wanting to get a smoker for backyard entertaining for some time. We’ve struggled to do some of our projects on the grill. We finally gave up when we walked out and found 3 pounds of bacon on fire in our grill. Enough is enough! After much research, we landed on the Smoke Vault […]
A few months back we first heard mention of Hilltop Vineyard. Sitting atop Bearden Hill, it could, and is sometimes mistaken for a wine store. However, friends told us it was a true hidden gem. Chef Mory Gomez and his wife Debbie are the sole staff and do an amazing job of making their guests […]
OK, so pork belly is trendy and everyone has done it, but there’s a reason for that: it’s luxurious! It’s hard to make pork belly taste anything but amazing. At a recent Gather With ME dinner party, we decided to develop a pork belly appetizer. If you are one of the few people out there that hasn’t tried […]
Our experiment with the Umai Dry Age Bags for Charcuterie. Making a bresaola using a FoodSaver!
Recently, we had returned from vacation and after a week of heavy, fried food, wanted some light, non-beachy food and a grilled chicken sounded perfect. We were tired so made a quick run to the grocery store to get the ingredients for a Spatchcock Chicken under a brick, Grilled Okra, and Mac & Cheese (recipe […]
And the gem isn’t the restaurant (but it’s excellent too!) We recently spent a few days in and around St. Pete Beach, Florida. We enjoyed our fair share of typical beach fare. I lost track of how many of “The Beach’s Best Grouper Sandwiches” I had. The Brass Monkey was probably the best of these […]
This nutty ancient grain goes perfectly with fresh garden greens and responsibly caught trout.
UPDATE #2: WE WON THE LAST ROUND! Now it’s time to come out on June 19th and support the Black’n Brew in the Beer Cocktail finals at Knoxville Public House! Don’t miss it! UPDATE: The Black & Brew was selected to go head-to-head with another beer cocktail on June 5th at the Knoxville Public House! […]
Weekend foodie adventures included celebrity chefs, old and new friends and family, Tennessee wines, beer, and moonshine and plenty of food …. and more than a few biscuits!
Combining events into a mexican/kentucky themed party. And a recipe for unique deviled eggs.
The weather couldn’t have been better for the first Farmers Market of the season! We had to go early as we were hosting a Derby Sanchez party Saturday evening. Here’s a brief recap! What I remember from last year is that the weather was so nasty, there wasn’t a lot of people and the veggies […]
Sean Brock of Husk has a new book and a new restaurant on the way!
As most of you know, this was the prime Dogwood Arts Weekend and I can’t remember a year when the weather was any better. We met friends for a delicious brunch at Cafe 4 (we made plans before we realized all the wonderful food trucks were there) and then sampled an spoke with a number of the food truck […]
One of our favorite things to do on Saturday mornings is to visit the Market Square Farmers Market on Saturday morning, have some local coffee and a breakfast selection from a local food truck and browse the market for the freshest local ingredients. You never know what to expect and for sure there will be some […]
m4s0n501 Nashville is such a great city. Within a 30 minutes, you can have so many experiences: Elegant old South high-end, farmland, lakes, big city, hipster, honky-tonk, you name it. Our trip was a late birthday celebration for M. And our main destination were Mason’s at the Loews, Flyte, and Husk… with a lot in-between. […]
We’ve been cooking at home a LOT lately. Mostly because we have upcoming travel that will surely test our waste bands. Here’s a few iPhone shots of our recent dishes that we haven’t had a chance to put recipes up on…
We had a few days of work/play in New Orleans and wanted to share some of our favorite dishes. We were with work folks much of the time and hated to go all-out nerd and take proper photos, so these iPhone photos will have to do. Highlights we visited were Peche, Root, Couchon, and Drago… […]
A great all-around accompaniment for beef, this chimichurri can be made spicy, peppery, sweet or minty to adapt to different meats.
A few recent appetizers we served at a dinner party.
@BrandonFrohne: @knoxfoodie lol nice. He also getting photo bombed by Lynyrd Skynyrds cousin in the background.
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@thirdgradehater: @knoxfoodie Yes! I would love to do that. Let's talk!
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@BrandonFrohne: @knoxfoodie next time yall come up it is my mission to get you to like carrots!
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