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INDIAN Baymeadows Wednesday, March 22
Wearing glasses and a bright blue turban, Gurdev Singh stares right into my eyes, his face tilted slightly forward. It’s not his thick Punjabi accent that makes him difficult to understand so …
Long, Hard, Misshapen & DELICIOUS Wednesday, February 15
One of my favorite soapbox items to preach to students is the dwindling variety of foodstuffs we consume in these United States. It comes down to corn, wheat, potatoes, rice, three kinds of meat and …
IMPORTING Delicious Tuesday, March 28
A good meal breaks the ice and makes connecting with people very easy. In this melting pot of a country, and a city, some of my favorite restaurants are our local ethnic spots. These small, locally …
Green beer is a staple of St. Patrick's Day celebrations around the world. Who came up with the idea of taking a perfectly good beer and turn it an unnatural shade of green? By many accounts, green beer can be traced back to …
Brentley's BEST BITES (and Sips) Wednesday, March 22
Pop & Doughnut Collaboration Bold City Pops, 626-8101, boldcitypops.com Jayne Dough, jaynedoughnut904@gmail.com It turns out that ice pops and doughnuts are like a relationship that …
Bite by Bite: Chomping Grounds Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Talking with Food in Your MOUTH Wednesday, March 22
Over the course of my life, sleep–like a love of camping, finding a baby that sings the blues, an actual zip gun, or the ability to sustain an active savings account–has been elusive. …
The Patio Place is a must. Almost everything about dining at this little gem tucked along the outer edge of Downtown Fernandina Beach makes for a perfect experience. The fun, inventive menu, a …
Sights and SUDS Wednesday, March 1
Travel affords opportunities to spread your wings, trying new things, whether a new beer, a new restaurant or a new festival. A long weekend in the North Georgia Mountains recently provided me with …
The Cost of Doing BEER Business Wednesday, March 15
Alcohol, particularly beer, has long had a target on its back. Historians note that the first records of taxes levied on beer date back all the way to the ancient Egyptians. German brewers in Hamburg …