Monday, October 23, 2017

Eating Oxford

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On Cooking Southern: Fill the Freezer Now – July Is National Blueberry Month

SOUTHERNISM OF THE MONTH Glow: What Southern Belles do instead of sweating, as they gently blot their faces with lace-edged hankies and languidly move their...
Wine

On Cooking Southern: The Days of Wine and Noses Are Here to Stay

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK High Falutin’: A situation, attitude, or circumstance in which one party is putting on airs, acting high and mighty and...
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On Cooking Southern: Quick and Easy Road-Trip Foods Enhance the Travel Experience

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK Down in the dirt: Someone is willing to roll up their sleeves and participate at an elemental level, getting dirty and...

We Tried Cook Out…And This Is What Happened

HottyToddy.com girls Jac Bedrossian, Meggie Carter and Alex Kitchens tried out the new restaurant everyone is buzzing about. As soon as we walked in the...

Ezell’s Catfish House Makes a Splash in Oxford

Oxford is being invaded by a “War Eagle” who is adding great new food to Oxford’s renowned culinary scene. Charles Matsos, an Auburn graduate and president...

Southern Living Names "Best Bars in the South"

Southern Living Magazine has named its “100 Best Bars in the South” and two Mississippi spots have made the cut. Unfortunately, none of those...

On Cooking Southern: Grill Classics for the Fourth

By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com Southernism of the Week Take: A common verb used in the South for a wide range of activities, such as “I take the Oxford...

Central BBQ Truck Hits the Square for Football Season

Oxford is known for its amazing food, and new restaurants are trying to move into the city every day. This weekend, a Memphis favorite will...

Say (Grilled) Cheese: the Secret is Out at The Downstairs Bar

A black door with no sign hidden on the Square opens to late night delight. This is a doorway to “the secret grilled cheese...

On Cooking Southern: Slurp Some More Mudbugs — in a Cup

SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK She’s beginning to lose the plot: A kind and subtle reference to a person’s increasingly muddled state of mind… Crawfish season...