Ramen hasn’t been a part of my culinary life since my college days when I kept a case of it under my dorm bed at all times.
I was recently re-introduced a few weeks ago by Blue Apron (my latest cooking obsession) and their Chicken Tsukune Spring Ramen which turned out to be delicious – both fresh and filling.
On a recent rainy Saturday morning, Supper Club became Breakfast Club when we gathered for brunch at Josephine, the darling of 12th South and sister restaurant to Burger Up. Owned by Community Hospitality, Josephine opened in December to rave reviews.
Blackberry season is one of my favorite childhood memories. I grew up in a rural part of Kentucky and every July we spent countless hours picking blackberries. We’d come home with scratches, bug bites and stained fingers but it was always worth it. In the spirit of this wonderful season, I’m sharing my 5 favorite ideas for how to enjoy those delicious black treats.
I have yet to meet someone new to Nashville who hasn’t already fallen in love with this wonderful city we call home. I’m a lifer, so you can imagine the special place it holds in my heart. Pair that love with two of my other passions, food and wine, and you have one giddy girl.
I’m talking about the Nashville Wine and Food Festival, of course.
Although we might not be moving ahead in the World Cup, we Americans still have plenty to celebrate with our upcoming Independence Day and holiday weekend fast approaching.
If you’re planing to host a gathering and watch the fireworks here in Nashville or headed to the beach and beyond, here are five noteworthy ideas perfect for any plans you have ahead: