Southeastern Kentucky is the sort of rough and tumble region where sticking your head inside a man’s tow-truck window, unbidden, can lead to all manners of bad things happening.
Like getting yourself killed. more
Walking in, the gritty, old Den-Mex restaurant smells of lard, boiling pinto beans and fried corn. Denver is hotter than New Orleans on this summer day, and I’m excited to battle the heat with the Creamery’s famous red chile sauce. more
Earlier this week we had a nice, short visit with Miss Janice, daughter of Robears Snowballs founder Shirley Robert. Continue Reading
In a shack.
Down by the river.
With a group of long-haired rock and rollers from Kentucky.
That’s my earliest memory of eating Nashville’s most famous culinary export: hot chicken. more