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Southern Cobb Salad with Roasted Sweet Onion Dressing
Feb 11/17

Southern Cobb Salad with Roasted Sweet Onion Dressing Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

All this talking about Fall has us thinking about colorful vegetables, and we found this incredible Southern Cobb Salad that is beautiful, delicious, and will knock the socks off your family and/or dinner guests. Oh, and it’s healthy, too. What’s not to love?  SHOP NOW: SOUTHERN INSPIRED KITCHEN Southern Cobb Salad with Roasted Sweet Onion DressingINGREDIENTSDRESSING6 unpeeled garlic cloves2 large...

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5 Must Haves for every Southern Kitchen
Feb 01/17

5 Must Haves for every Southern Kitchen Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

It seems at almost every party, family gathering, cookout, you name it the crowd always finds their way to the kitchen. One must always be prepared for unexpected guests. To ensure you are prepared we’ve found five items that are essential for a Southern Kitchen. 1. A great serving piece Impress your guests with this Napa Valley Reclaimed Wine Barrel...

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Perfectly Southern Labor Day Playlist
Jan 27/17

Perfectly Southern Labor Day Playlist Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

  Despite its name, Labor Day is about anything but work. Celebrate the unofficial end of summer (and a paid day out of the office) with a good ol-fashioned country barbecue. As you fire up the smoker, turn up the jams. Impress your guests with a Labor Day playlist of tunes tailor-made for the event. We’ve got something for everyone on our...

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The Infamous Thanksgiving Dinner Mystery Dish
Jan 26/17

The Infamous Thanksgiving Dinner Mystery Dish Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

Growing up, it was inevitable that every Thanksgiving meal would have that one dish that left you scratching your head wondering... what the heck is that!?   All of the cousins would gather round the agreed upon "Mystery Dish" and take turns naming it. Some of the best names I can remember were 1) nuclear sludge 2) snot soup 3)...

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Never Bring A Knife To A Skillet Fight
Jan 26/17

Never Bring A Knife To A Skillet Fight Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

I married a good man. Truth be told, I could do no better. And like any good couple, we have had our fights. Some for good reason, most for not. None, however, sticks out at me more than the one about my skillet. Shop for your Southern Kitchen at Bourbon and Boots. My jumbo cast-iron skillet was my pride and...

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Hellfire and Legbones – A Perspective on Nashville’s Hot Chicken
Jan 26/17

Hellfire and Legbones – A Perspective on Nashville’s Hot Chicken Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

My first day of work, I walked into the endcap of a north Nashville business park to find my new boss, Dave, hunched over a telephone in a corner office, head in hands and speaking a strange jargon full of temperature gradients and poultry fractions. Truth be told, I wasn’t exactly certain what I’d signed up for, but I hadn’t...

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10 Fixes for Bare Wall Blues
Jan 26/17

10 Fixes for Bare Wall Blues Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

Ever look over at your wall and get sad that it’s bare? Or maybe you’ve had the same ole picture or art hanging there for years. We’ve got the perfect items to beat the bare wall blues. 1. Shadow Box Shadow boxes, based on naval history, were created to keep a sailor from having their shadow touch land before their...

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Clean Your Plate: The Dishwasher Cooking Method
Jan 26/17

Clean Your Plate: The Dishwasher Cooking Method Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

Turns out, some people have been making meals in the dishwasher for decades. None of them are barbecue pitmasters, but you can poach a filet of salmon in there and we hear it turns out fairly moist and delicious. NPR’s The Salt, has a story on dishwasher cooking — complete with a recipe for the aforementioned salmon — with a twist....

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