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Drive through Rock Spring, Ga., on Highway 27, and you can’t help notice all the cars and trucks parked in front of Wanda’s Restaurant.
Several Chattanooga restaurants will be serving Thanksgiving dinner today, as will two state park restaurants in the region.
Chinese lunch buffets are an attractive and inexpensive option for many a Chattanooga diner, but the various entrees usually lack spiciness and often taste the same in order to please the client with the average palate.
On Thursday, as millions of Americans sit around the table, digging into a huge Thanksgiving dinner, here’s some interesting trivia to consider, courtesy of SodaHead.com, one of the Internet’s largest opinion-based communities.
Leaving grapes to freeze on the vine seems like a recipe for stone cold failure. But under the right conditions, the grapes that come in from the (extreme) cold can produce delicious dessert wines that are a cool favorite for holiday pairings.
There’s nothing about me that says “vegan.” However, it doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate the vegan lifestyle, nor do I turn up my nose at the food they eat.
Like Van Morrison and his beautiful song, chef Brian Sonoskus appreciates the unique sweetnesss and flavor of Tupelo Honey, which bees produce in three particular river basins in Florida and Georgia. It's that honey that gave the restaurants their names.
Some people peel them and lick off the filling first. Others freeze them and then eat the snack cakes.
The first time I tried the Sunday buffet at Dayton Coffee Shop in downtown Dayton, Tenn., I took the advice of friends who eat there all the time and ordered the child-size portion of my chicken and dressing. And it was plenty. Really it was.
The contraptions look like tables on wheels. With roofs. And bar stools. And pedals.