Category: Food Friday: Grub on the Road
Grub on the Road Food Friday: Lemonade Stands
It was a hot and muggy summer afternoon. It was the kind of day made for a lemonade stand.
Grub on the Road Food Friday: Mike and Ed’s BBQ Phenix City, AL
Hadn’t thought of this place in years until a couple of days ago when I came across a post, but this BBQ joint is an all-timer for me. They have some of the absolute best ribs, smoked chicken and pulled pork I’ve ever had. Located on US Hwy 280 on the Alabama side of the…
Grub on the Road Food Friday: Brunswick Stew and the Best Places to Get it.
One of the treasures of growing up in Georgia is a dish called Brunswick Stew. It was sort of a traditional dish that I have fond memories of, as my grandfather made it many years for New Year’s Day. It’s a dish that really doesn’t have a recipe, per se. It’ll have chicken and/or pork……
Grub on the Road: An Abomination That Needs To Be Stopped
One of my first posts for this blog was about the virtues of boiled peanuts. You can reread that post here, if you’d like. Boiled peanuts the misunderstood treat This. This is not boiled peanuts. This abomination needs to be stopped.
Grub on the Road Food Friday: Miami Fusion Cafe, Denver, NC
First, a little bit about the food, then what really impressed me about this place. Small, strip mall setting with 9 tables inside and a couple more outside, the decorations pay homage to Miami, as well as Cuba, with street signs such as Hialeah, Ocean and SW 8th St, a clipping of snow in Miami…
Grub on the Road Food Friday: BBQ Buffets, a National Treasure
There is a culinary delight in our country that I believe gets way too little notice: the southern BBQ buffet.
GRUB ON THE ROAD FRIDAY FOOD: Boiled Peanuts – A Misunderstood Treat
Trust me, if you have never tried these tasty little nuggets of pleasure, do yourself a favor and give them a try — but only from the roadside stand. Please.