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Gourmet Highway: The Food and Wine of Sautee Nacoo...

By Doc Lawrence – When you first see the stunning Indian mound crowned by a lovely gazebo, you know you are in North Georgia’s wine country. Once the land of the Cherokee whose presence was doomed when gold was discovered in nearby Dahlonega, the area is now home to a thriving and diverse wine industry. My journey through these ancient mountains began in Sautee Nacoochee and was more fun accompanied by the...

Simple Meals for The Novice or Experienced Cook

By Anna Dantoni – This time of year if you can prepare something fast and it’s a delicious crowd pleaser, you want the recipe. Here’s a whole book full. The book is Easy Gourmet by Stephanie Le, a food blogger with considerable talent. Her paperback book is not really an instruction for cooking gourmet dishes. That’s just marketing hype. But, the dishes she offers are quite appealing, varied and her instructions are...

Soup to The Rescue

By Marsha Fottler – Cold days, frosty nights and you’ve got too much to do during this Holiday season. Preparing a delicious evening meal that will warm hearts and tummies seems like a nice but distant dream. It’s positively soup time. You can make it the night before while you’re wrapping gifts or doing laundry. Or you can make it in the afternoon and let soup simmer while you vacuum or order gifts online. Use a slow...

Infused Cocktails for the Season

By Ila Edwards, Bar Chef The Table Creekside, Sarasota, Florida As the bar chef at a hip waterside restaurant and bar in a resort city, I know  that what people want to drink right now – creative infused cocktails. People have a thirst (and curiosity) for ones that are sour, sweet, taste like food, taste like dessert. The more imaginative the better. A bar chef today has to be part chemist and part adventurous foodie. I love...

Gourmet Highway: Tennessee’s Magic – Whiskey, Bell...

By Doc Lawrence – Two villages in rural middle Tennessee showcase much of America’s grass-roots mosaic. If you suffer from the dreaded Big City Blues, but have no yearning for roughing it, then destination gems Bell Buckle and Lynchburg will welcome you with friendly arms. For years I have meandered along twisting, two-lane roads into these rolling hills and hollows to dine, drink and learn. Each visit brings memories...

Renovating Your Kitchen? Backsplash Advice

By Steven V. Philips – So soon, but Thanksgiving and Christmas are looming. Misery Days for some, but not for you. You still like the idea of the preparation. The anticipation. The food. And marginally, The Family. Yeah, the Family that still includes Uncle Mike who just retired and is now embroidering suits for cats and Uncle Wayne who has just gotten yet another motorcycle tattoo some place that could be hidden by a...
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