Signage for this business, whose original location opened in Nashville in 1997 and has been on my to-do list for at least five years, went up on a building near the Missionary Ridge Tunnel last fall. I paced the floor like a caged tiger waiting for them to open. Continue reading “Bolton’s Spicy Chicken & Fish, Chattanooga TN”
This place is best known for their shrimp, but they actually have a secret weapon on their menu. The fried chicken sandwich might just be the best one in town. Continue reading “Nikki’s Drive-Inn, Chattanooga TN (take two)”
A few weeks ago, a favorite site posted a recipe for a favorite dish that I would order at a great Italian-American restaurant in Marietta. I asked Marie to give it a try. Continue reading “Chicken Scarpariello”
For the third stop on our day trip to the Music City, I did something silly. I pulled up our map of restaurants we’ve visited and selected a neighborhood we have not visited before, and then looked for the most promising place for a snack. Hot chicken is always very promising. Continue reading “Helen’s Hot Chicken, Nashville TN”
Marie has a couple of recipes from her latest creations to share. Here’s the first of them. Continue reading “Thai Chicken Curry”
“Are we having barbecue for breakfast, or breakfast for breakfast,” Marie asked. Uh-oh. She’s onto me. Fortunately, I anticipated her desire, and picked a very old and much loved local restaurant for her to enjoy a chicken biscuit. Continue reading “Drake’s Duck-In, Columbia SC”
I stood at my stove pouring a thin stream of cornmeal into simmering milk. As it went in, I stirred with a whisk.
“Corn meal mush?” Susan said.
“We gourmets prefer to call it polenta,” I said. Continue reading “Food From Fiction 12: Spenser’s Paper Doll Polenta and Chicken”