Anchorage of Southern Cuisine in Greenville
Travel Tastes

Anchorage of Southern Cuisine in Greenville

Anchorage means a place where vessels anchor.  But, it also has another meaning of securing or a source of reassurance.  Traditional southern cuisine from the land definitely has a firm anchor in one of the hottest restaurants in the Southeast – The Anchorage in Greenville, South Carolina.  Traditional southern staples of peas, corn, and even … Continue reading

Avocado Toast is Seedlucious in Santa Fe
Travel Tastes

Avocado Toast is Seedlucious in Santa Fe

Avocado toast seems to be the hottest thing on the breakfast menu lately.  So while in Santa Fe, New Mexico recently I swapped my usual Huevos Motuleños at Cafe Pasqual’s for Two Poached Eggs on Avocado Toast.  I got it with their Seedlucious bread.  One bite, I knew I had to ask for the recipe! … Continue reading

Tomato Pie at the Kitchen Sync
Travel Tastes

Tomato Pie at the Kitchen Sync

Tomato Pie is about as southern as it gets.  Only thing that might be more southern – grits.  You can get both at Kitchen Sync in my hometown of Greenville, South Carolina. Kitchen Sync has become one of our go-to spots for dinner for my mom and me.  We’ve eaten there probably 4-5 times and each … Continue reading

24 Hours in My Hometown
3 Day Getaways / Travel Tastes

24 Hours in My Hometown

These days I’m back in my hometown of Greenville, South Carolina, often to spend time with my mom.  Each visit turns into an adventure as we go on culinary explorations.  My hometown has truly turned into a foodie town in recent years.  Check out my blog “Greenville Eats – My Hometown is a Foodie Town“. … Continue reading

Umbrella Drink in a Mountain Town? Yes in Breck & Other New Eats
Explore Colorado / Travel Tastes

Umbrella Drink in a Mountain Town? Yes in Breck & Other New Eats

If you’re a foodie, you should check out the culinary gold mine in the mountain town of Breckenridge, Colorado.  Every time I go there’s something new.  I love trying and sharing my finds in Breck (and other Colorado mountain towns!) and did so in my “Silver Lining of Rich Roots:  The Town of Breckenridge, Colorado” … Continue reading