August 2014

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Memphis Stew

Growing, Cooking, and Eating Mid-South Food

Rediscover Bryant’s Breakfast for Sunday Brunch

Try egg biscuits, country ham, and a stack of bacon (or Nutella supreme!) pancakes.

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The Boyhood Home of Johnny Cash: Here’s a Look at the Kitchen

Arkansas State University spearheads restoration of Cash family home in historic Dyess Colony.

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Chef Kelly English’s Oyster Salad: A Divine Match of Land and Sea

The salad started at Restaurant Iris, but moved to the pub next door.

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Celebrate Julia Child’s Birthday with Iconic Menu at River Oaks

Be sure to also throw back a martini on Friday night, because Julia loved those, too.

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New Fresh Market Brings Service and Beautiful Food to Midtown

Grand opening includes cracking the Parmesan, specials, and plenty of sampling.

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Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman’s New Butcher Shop Promises a Lot More Than Hand-cut Meat

Porcellino’s to also offer tapas, coffees, and house-made food to-go.

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Memphis Stew

Growing, Cooking, and Eating Mid-South Food

About This Blog

Memphis Stew is a food blog that celebrates our city’s community table and the people who grow, cook, and eat Memphis food. It is edited by Pamela Denney, food editor of Memphis magazine, who sees food as a delicious way to build families, friendships, and a more healthy and sustainable future.

To contact Pamela, email her at pam@memphismagazine.com.

To contact Hannah Bailey, email her at bailey@memphismagazine.com.

 

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