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There are many facets to running a good restaurant and this blog delivers some tips on how to do it.

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Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab

If you are a fan of seafood, then this blue crab is one of Virginia’s most recognized dishes. Diners come from miles around to taste these delicious crabs from the Chesapeake Bay area, and crabbing forms a big part of the local workforce and economy.

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Brunswick Stews

Another common food from Virginia is stew, and there is a plethora of versions all over the state. One of the most popular is Brunswick Stew which is renowned for being thick, hearty and savory.

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Shrimp & Grits

Americans have the Muskogee tribe to thank for the proliferation of grits into their society, as it was the native Indians who prepared their corn in such a way that was similar to hominy.

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Never Stop Learning

Never stop learning, when you have mastered the art of keeping the bar, then take a wine course. If you have learned how to commis chef then extend your knowledge as a patissier.


The Best Places to Eat in Atlanta Part 2

Bread and Butterfly

You may feel
like you want to just sit on a patio while eating a croissant and drinking
coffee. Or it could be that you want to share memories of your time in Paris
with your friends. Either way, Inman Park’s […]

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The Best Places to Eat in Atlanta Part 1

There’s no shortage of restaurants and bars
to visit in Atlanta. In fact, there are so many that it can be a challenge to
navigate through all of them. Here, you’ll find a rundown of the best places to
eat and drink in […]

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A Culinary Guide to Nashville – Part 2

The Gulch

With regards to dining, while there’s room for growth, The Gulch has made a lot of progress in recent years. For now, one of the very best places to eat is Sarah Gavigan’s Bar Otaku. It’s the sister restaurant […]

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A Culinary Guide to Nashville – Part 1

Nashville may be somewhat synonymous with country music.In fact, country music is as native to Nashville as sunshine is to Florida. However, this beautiful city has become known for much more than that, such as its art scene, popular hockey […]

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The History of Biscuits and Gravy

They just can’t get enough of good old business and gravy in the Southern states. This Southern staple appears on the breakfast menu of almost every eatery you come across, celebrated three times a year, and has even been immortalised […]

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What are the Famous Cajun Dishes

The Acadians were descendants of French settlers that resided in North America from the 1600’s. Mostly they emigrated from the west part of France and settled in a part of Nova Scotia which was then called Acadie. They lived, farmed […]

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What is Cajun Food? – Part 2

Our journey to discover what exactly Cajun food is continues in this second part of or blog. We will try to discover the use of spices in Cajun cuisine and settle an argument that all Cajun dishes are hot and […]

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What is Cajun Food? – Part 1

Cajun food has the reputation of being highly spiced, featuring a lot of fish and mostly being served in bowls due its consistency of being stew-like. But is this the truth? Or is there more to be said about this […]

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Proper Southern Manners

Southerners are proud of a reputation that they are always well mannered and polite. For centuries the south of America has been well known for being courteous and chivalrous, and the menfolk especially act as modern-day knights. Manners do matter […]

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A History of Southern American Food

America is a vast nation and the culture has been forged by many influences and this also includes the food culture. The south of the country was traditionally more rural than other parts of America, and so crops, such as […]

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Who are Creole? – Part 2

The second part of our blog trying to define who the Creole are, looks into the type of food that is termed Creole and is eaten by Creole people. In part one we saw that there was some confusion over […]

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The Best Food in the Southern U.S. – Part 2

We return to the best food that you can find in the South by discovering wonderful home-cooked dishes that take simple everyday items and transform them into something truly delicious. The South has always been blessed with a wonderful climate […]

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Who are Creole? – Part 1

As late as the 1800’s Creole was the term given to peoples that were indigenous to Louisiana, it provided a description of geographical location and nothing more. But one hundred years later the term had racial connotations to it.
Creole was […]

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The Best Seafood Spots in New Orleans

When it comes to New Orleans food, jambalaya, red beans and rice, gumbo, and seafood are the first foods that come to mind. New Orleans is known for its large seafood boils featuring hot sausage, crawfish, crab legs, corn, and […]

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The Best Food in the Southern U.S. – Part 1

The food of the south of America does, as with many places around the world, give us a culinary history of the region, and the people that helped to form the land and give it civilization. Food can describe a […]

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The History of Shrimp & Grits

The south of America has always been famous for their grits, and a dish that is highly revered that has almost become a staple in some southern states is shrimp and grits. There are some that call the South the […]

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Classic Virginia Food

Virginia is famous for its food and has many classic dishes that originated in the great state and perfected to be the very best. Most of the cuisine of Virginia is heavily influenced by the early European settlers but done […]

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Starting off as a Restaurateur – Part 2

From our first blog on how to begin in the restaurant trade we covered many elements, from learning how to cook, to understanding the business side of things also. In this blog we continue to dispense great tips of becoming […]

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Starting off as a Restaurateur – Part 1

It is many people’s dreams to own their own restaurant and being a successful restaurateur, but just because you can cook food at home or enjoy eating out does not mean that you can start a successful business. There are […]

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