All posts tagged: Tennessee

Music City Eats: Nashville Food, Wine & Music Festival

Holy Smokes! It’s almost here and I can hardly stand it. Two whole days of gluttony and the company of world renown chefs mingling amongst some the best chefs in Tennessee and foodies-alike. Yikes! The Music City Eats Festival is destined to be the biggest thing in Nashville this year and everyone will be talking about it for months to follow. A two-day festival filled with panels, demos and live music from some of your favorite artists like Kings of Leon, Ruby Amanfu and Norah Jones, swoon! that. voice. Not only Awesome tunes but some of your favorite celebrity and t.v. chefs will be on Nashville soil to chat it up on all things food-related as well as cook some of their signature dishes. On Saturday there will be an opportunity to get your cook books signed by Giada de Laurentiis, Aaron Sanchez, Jonathan Waxman and more. There are two ways indulge in this smorgasbord of good eats and music madness. You may purchase a two-day pass for $275 or an all-in pass for $500. If that sounds a little …

Fox’s Donut Den…Iconic Deliciousness!

Tell Ya Kids, Tell Ya Wife! These glazed bits of heaven will  have you claiming to be a morning person. The only way I’m  recommending these donuts  are  straight from the grease, by-pass the coffee dipping,  and send it straight to your tum-tum. The Donut Den has been an iconic piece of Nashville, TN history for over 30 years and the tradition of needing those donuts and pastries in your hands continues on. I sat down with  Mr. Fox himself to discuss the nostalgic donut shop nestled in the heart of Green Hills… but not before I grabbed a maple glazed doughnut and a cappuccino. The Business originally began in your current day Pizza Perfect location on Granny White Parkway.  Mr. Fox had a friend whom  he sold books with.  This friend told him he should open a donut shop and the rest is history. The concept was derived from Harlow’s Bakery based out of Memphis, TN. The place where Fox and his staff learned one on one from the best in the business. He tackled this endeavor …

Nashville Originals Restaurant Week!…Yumm-delish!

Great food @ Great Prices! Who can resist? Not you and if you try, be ashamed.  Starting this week you can get some of the best that Nashville has to offer for above and beyond reasonable prices. Locally owned mom & pops that have long been a staple in the Nashville with some new additions will be offering patrons prix fixe menus. As well as  great two-fers and three-fers for $20 & $30. Don’t be tardy, make reservations and get a front row seat to some fantastic Culinary Eats created by some of the Best Chefs in Tennessee!!! Local Forkful Recommendations: Fido Two entrées from Daily Specials board & two desserts, lunch and dinner, $20.12 Jackson’s Two courses, $20.12 McCabe Pub Two burgers with chips or fries $12.12 Table 3 Two-course lunch $12.12; two-course dinner $20.12 Provence Breads (Hillsboro Village, Downtown) Cup of soup with bread, $2.12