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Growing, cooking, and eating food in the Mid-South

A Day Trip to Ripley Is Fun, Even Without a Lot of Tomatoes

Salad Saturday and the Alex Haley museum perk up Annual Lauderdale County Tomato Festival.

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Strano Sicilian Kitchen Invigorates a Corner in Cooper-Young

Chef Josh Steiner brings Mediterranean flavors to pasta, pizza, salads, and seafood.

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Head to Ripley This Weekend for the 31st Annual Lauderdale County Tomato Festival

Celebration offers contests, a pop-up museum, and plenty of Ripley tomatoes.

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Cooking Classes Pop Up at Three Memphis Venues

Plan a date night in Tuscany, make a mother sauce, stuff ravioli, or cook like Julia Child.

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Have a Shot at Lisa’s Lunchbox on Poplar Avenue

Or try paninis, salads, sandwiches, and smoothies at the cafe’s new location.

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Pirate’s Pleasure Mixes Vintage Charm with Coastal Home-cooking

If you are heading to the Alabama Coast, don’t miss this hidden gem on Dauphin Island.

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Ecco Brings Mediterranean Home Cooking to Overton Park

Sabine Bachmann’s satisfying menu includes Tuscan bean salad, porcini ravioli, and Berkshire pork.

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It’s Time to Rediscover Cafe Ole at the Corner of Cooper and Young

Former Folk’s Folly chef reinvents classic Tex-Mex favorites.

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Tart Brings French Flair to Cooper-Young Restaurant Scene

Breakfast and lunch menus include simple, fresh fare along with French press coffee.

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How About Some Memphis in May Barbecue Magic in Your Own Backyard?

Melissa Cookston shares recipes for her award-winning ribs, rub, and sauce.

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