Monthly Archives: November 2012

Happy Hour at Hot Suppa! and New Otto Expansion

Hot Suppa! is mostly known for its Southern style brunch, with great biscuits and sausage gravy, crunchy hash browns, grits, and fried green tomatoes. There is frequently a long wait, as this restaurant is small and cozy, with about 35 … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Cheesecake

I don’t know about you, but I’m experiencing holiday food fatigue. In catching up on my food blog browsing, I’m most drawn in by new recipes that are lighter and don’t involve cranberries or baked casseroles.  So after a long weekend … Continue reading

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Local Turkey Guide 2012

Thanksgiving seems to have come awfully quick this year – I just read the casual phrase, “for the holiday dinner next week.” Wait, what? NEXT WEEK?? Since I’m hosting dinner for friends this year, I’d better get my menu plan … Continue reading

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Eventide Oyster Co. Review

Photo taken this summer  Everything you’ve read about Eventide Oyster Co. is true. The raw bar, run by Hugo’s owners, is in atmosphere, what Hugo’s is not – light, loud, free-wheeling.  The food is deconstructed, small bites giving way to … Continue reading

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