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Making Tracks Across the South

Get aboard in November as we visit culinary stops around the South, including an insider’s guide to Memphis, Tennessee and a visit to a former train car turned restaurant. Stops also include a visit an exciting food event where farmers and chefs connect and a chat all about wine.

Making Tracks Across the South

Pinewood Forrest: The Next Culinary Hotspot is South of Atlanta

By  •  7 months ago

The Market at Pinewood Forrest, a weekly food and artisan market in Fayettville, GA, showcases farm fresh produce, handmade goods and artisan exhibits.

A few weeks back, …
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Making Tracks Across the South

Why You Should Plan to Attend Chefs for Farmers 2017

By  •  1 year ago

Last September, we had the privilege of attending Chefs for Farmers, a farm-to-table homage hosted in Dallas, Texas each fall. Chefs for Farmers stands out as the most inspiring culinary …
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Making Tracks Across the South

Sometimes Nice Guys Finish First

By  •  2 years ago

One of the coolest things about working around the restaurant business is the access you can get to the people who make the wines that we love. Wine is such …
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Making Tracks Across the South

[Chef Spotlight] How to Dine in a Vintage Train Car

By  •  2 years ago

I met the chef couple Keith and Nealy Frentz in person on a hot, steamy afternoon in Ridgeland, MS last July when we were setting up for one of our …
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Making Tracks Across the South

Visit Memphis (Almost) Like a Local

By  •  4 years ago

Looking to fill your soul with a visit to the capitol of the Mid-South, Memphis, Tennessee? Whether you plan to visit for an evening out or for a week-long vacation, …
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Making Tracks Across the South

Feeding the Soul of Memphis

By  •  4 years ago

Recently, we attended the Association of Food Journalists (AFJ) Conference in Memphis, Tennessee. At the Smokin’ TASTE of Memphis Event held for our conference at the STAX Museum of American …
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Making Tracks Across the South

6 Tips to Conquer Food Fears

By  •  4 years ago

Once upon a time, long before Eat Y’all, there were a lot of things I used to not eat. I didn’t think I liked them.

It all started when I …
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Delta Farm Produces More Than Just Food

By  •  4 years ago

Belzoni, Mississippi (pronounced bel-ZONE-ah) may be the Catfish Capitol of the World, but the farm behind one of the catfish industry’s premium brands is located just south, nearer Yazoo City, …
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