Category Archives: Eats on the Road

My Engagement Dinner: Reynolds Landing

I’ve never really considered myself the “mysterious type”. Most of my friends will tell you that I’m pretty much an open book. Yet, I’ve tried to maintain a modicum of anonymity in writing this blog, as many food writers do these days. Occasionally, I’ll give my readers a glimpse into the “real me”, and I […]
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The Food of Outside Lands

“San Francisco has only one drawback. ‘Tis hard to leave.” – Rudyard Kipling As I sat in an airport café at 5:00 AM on a Monday morning, sipping coffee and slathering maple syrup onto a pile of bacon and French toast, I read those words scrolled across the ceiling through bleary eyes and reflected on […]
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Eats On The Road: The Kitchen Sink at Flipside (Highlands, NC)

No, I have not been hibernating, I’m not dead, and I haven’t given up on blogging. Every summer gets a little busy. But summer 2010 has been downright absurd. I’ve had one weekend out of the past few months that didn’t have a pre-set itinerary. And my God, people my age just love to get […]
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The Food of Bonnaroo

Ok kids, put on your flip-flops and get ready to noodle dance. It’s time for us to go to Bonnaroo. For those that don’t know, Bonnaroo is a 4-day music festival in Tennessee held every year since 2002. It consistently ranks as one of the best music festivals of every summer, if not THE best. And […]
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