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food + cooking

I’m One of the Aces in the Business

Over and over, I would hear stories of Biloxi fishermen getting out of the water, doubtful of the future. But Frank Parker’s got no worries.
09.01.09
food + cooking

Before the People and the Po’ Boys

Before I felt a Southern welcome, before meeting and eating with people filled with rich stories, all I knew of Biloxi was that it was a disaster.
08.25.09
wine + spirits + beer

That’s the Whiskey Talking

Tennessee tinkers with its liquor laws, to good and ill effect.
08.13.09
chefs + restaurants

Antoine’s On Our Own Terms

Learning to love New Orleans’s most beloved dowager.
07.16.09
food + cooking

How to Trash a Great Recipe

A tale of kitchen downshifting, wherein a gratin begets a casserole.
06.17.09
food + cooking

The Celery Soda Chronicles

Chasing a pastrami sandwich with a can of Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray soda may be a time-honored New York tradition, but down South Eudora Welty drank her celery, too.
05.26.09
food + cooking

Hooked on Blenheim Ginger Ale

Here’s a soda that is so good it has its own fan club—not to mention long history, limited supply, and top-secret recipe.
05.06.09
food + cooking

Trash Fish Without the Trashiness

Wherein the author praises scum suckers, bottom dwellers, and other ne’er-do-wells of the deep.
04.29.09
chefs + restaurants

Chapel Hill: Cypress on the Hill

(CHAPEL HILL) - This birdhouse of a space is on Franklin Street, the local restaurant row, cater-corner from Lantern, Andrea Reusing’s Asian hothouse, and just down the street from Elaine’s on Franklin, where Brett Jennings mans the...
04.24.09
magazine

Lowcountry Rising

Beyond the picture postcards, Charleston is a lovely port city that’s fast on its way to becoming a serious food capital.
May 2009
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