Thursday, March 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...
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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...
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EatingOxford: Chipotle Coming to Oxford

After years of speculation and even more wishing and hoping by fervent Chipotle Mexican Grill fans, we received official word this morning that Chipotle...

Eating Oxford: Oxford’s $625,000 Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Oxford is best known for its chicken on a stick, catfish po’ boys and shrimp and grits, but we can also brag about having...
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Top 5 Romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner Venues In Oxford

Oxford is well known for its culinary scene. But a certain romantic holiday is causing these (already exceptional) restaurants to create a night that couples...

Thinking Outside the Square

Fine Dining Experiences Abound Off the Square, Too By Michael Harrelson, editor of HottyToddy.com Whether it’s the Memphis-style barbecue and Southern cooking served up at gas...

Southern Foodways Symposium 2013 Draws Record Attendance

Laurie Triplette's recap of last week's tasty proceedings. By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com Oxford was flooded with foodies last weekend, as 405 gourmets and gastronomes descended on our little...

On Cooking Southern: Drunken Chicken

By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com Southernism(s) of the Week: Coot/Cootie Brown/Cooter Brown: A coot is a peculiar and possibly obstreperous old man; the term probably derived from the strange...