Editor’s Note: Each week, we’ll share some nibbles from around the web that we’ve found while grazing on other great content that’s been inspiring to the Eat Y’all team lately.
by Sara Camp Arnold on Southern Foodways Alliance Blog
We loved listening to (er, reading) Southern Foodways Alliance wax eloquent about a drippy, messy sandwich in their consideration of the sandwich.[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
by Miranda Van Gelder on FN Dish
Ever since my friend, Simon Majumdar shared tidbits from his friendship with Geoffrey Zakarian, I’ve followed Zakarian more closely and grown in admiration with each taste of his seemingly humble personality and practical approach to food. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this interview on the Food Network blog this past week – and related completely to his approach to the Farmer’s Market.[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
by Rabi Abonour on Serious Eats
Yesterday marked the unofficial start of summer and the official start of Grilling Season 2014. Our family uses the smoker and grill nearly every day that we’re home and able, and I enjoyed the inspiration I found in this slide show featuring eighteen variations for a sausage or hot dog.[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
by Sarah Rae Trover on The Kitchn
This is brilliant, y’all. I’ve got the mister working on one for my back porch to use as a quick and easy entertaining or staging station for backyard BBQs even as I write. Don’t you just have to have one?[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
by Mary-Susan Asters on Eat Jackson
Our sister publication, Eat Jackson, uncovered a beer that has been verified by their reader comments to truly “taste like summer.” Tin Roof Brewing Company, based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, certainly has the street cred geographically to know what summer should taste like.[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
by Kat Dunn on Modern Farmer
The Modern Farmer Bar Graph lets you know how to stock your bar with farm fresh products for the best cocktails year-round. Who could resist an infographic like this?[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
by Joy the Baker on Joy the Baker
Hailing from New Orleans, Joy the Baker, has wooed me with her dynamite photos, Southern charm and demonstrative blogging technique. But this week, her Triple Berry Cinnamon Swirl Bread made me swoon. It looks perfect for breakfast or dessert, and her directions make this magical strawberry and blueberry filled delicacy look reasonably doable – and perfect for the season. Oh, and now through June 22, if you submit a photo of your recreation of her recipe, you’re entered to win a great Baking Essentials Box and one year supply of King Arthur Flour. Yes, please.[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
What’s been turning your head and tempting your taste buds this week, y’all?