A List of the Best All You Can Eat Buffets in North Carolina
If you’re looking for an epic all-you-can-eat experience it’s about time you visited one of these eight highly-rated buffets in North Carolina. Whether you like classic American comfort food or Asian cuisine, you’ll be sure to find your new favorite restaurant on this list.
Are those spider webs in my pecan tree?
Where there's a web, there's a spider, right? Normally, yes - but those huge clumps of spooky looking cobwebs that appear in your pecan trees in late summer to early fall, are not made by spiders at all....and contrary to what my neighbors may think, they're not left over halloween decorations from last fall....although I have been known to be that "one" house on the street. So, what are those globs of webs that seemingly appear overnight? And not just in pecan trees, either... they often appear in Persimmon trees and other hardwood trees. Give up? Think you know? The answer may surprise you. Read the full story below to find the answer!
Learn about Seafood and Shrimping on Shem Creek
Mount Pleasant Shem Creek is known for its shrimp boats and seafood restaurants, so that is where I went just east of Charleston on the central coast to learn about Charleston’s shrimping history and try my hand catching a few myself.
Exploring Charleston Architecture: 8 Reasons You'll Love it
Charleston’s architecture is what makes the city the most charming of southern belles. It’s beloved for horse-drawn carriages, light-colored antebellum houses and more history than any book you ever read in high school. Charleston, South Carolina is a romantic little city along low country waterways is known for its rich cuisine, maritime story, and as the holy city for its 400 church spires. These things are anchored by architecture preserved and immaculately restored over hundreds of years.
Our trip to New Orleans, Louisiana
This post is not sponsored and does not contain any affiliate content. I’ve never been to a city with so much confidence and personality as New Orleans. Think creole cuisine and beignets, bathtubs for flower pots, soulful jazz and the infamous Bourbon Street. There’s really no place like it.
Rev. Richard Keaton Lives on in SENC Churches
Earnestine Keaton and Cecile Bryant at the grave of their great-great-grandfather, Rev. Richard Keaton.Claudia Stack. Kneeling by his gravestone at the cemetery of Canetuck Missionary Baptist Church in western Pender County, NC, Earnestine Keaton shared her research about her great-great-grandfather, Rev. Richard Keaton. A preacher to enslaved people, in 1865 Rev. Keaton also established some of the first literacy efforts for African Americans in the Middle Cape Fear region of North Carolina. He evangelized tirelessly in Columbus and surrounding counties, and founded the first Missionary Baptist churches in the region.
The Red Horse Inn in Landrum, S.C.
The Upstate’s best-kept secret is out – you have to visit The Red Horse Inn in Landrum, S.C. Asher and I decided to visit a few weeks ago and fell in love with the scenery.
Here are 45 New Words or Phrases I Heard in New Orleans
Even English-speaking visitors will have to learn some New Orleans yatspeak and slang to understand everything they hear in the city. I was constantly delighted by the new words and usage I heard during my month’s stay. Despite speaking “English,” between the various colorful dialects and the words I’d never heard before, I was constantly trying to figure out what I’d just heard and what did it mean?
Small Town Coffee Shop, Big Personality: Sip & Spin
When traveling the Bluegrass, Blues, and BBQ Region of Western Kentucky, I highly recommend that you add Greenville to your itinerary. A part of Muhlenberg County, Greenville has a small town downtown that is as charming as it can be – and one of the businesses that adds to that charm is Sip and Spin. If you’re like me, you’re always on the hunt for a new coffee shop to try – and I’m so excited to introduce y’all to one of the best today!
Southern Dining and Hospitality in Owensboro: The Miller House
It’s a memorable dining experience when you find a restaurant that is quintessentially southern to its core. To me, that’s one of the greatest joys of life. I recently had that experience at the Miller House of Owensboro, Kentucky. From the stately exterior, to the charming white tablecloth interior, to the wonderful southern food — it’s a must visit by my standard. If you find yourself in the region, do yourself a favor and make a reservation!
Back in Time for Awesome Food and Hospitality in Morrison, Tennessee Diner
Sign for Medley's Family DinerJohn Dabbs/Photographer. We headed out of town from Bonnaroo Monday morning and decided to find some local food to get the carnival fare out of our mouths. We happened to run into Medley's Diner on the Manchester Highway in Morrison, Tennessee. What we found was like a step back in time.
Have you tried this restaurant yet?
Chef Greg is a dear friend and we here at Walk-In Talk, wanted to dive deeper into the mind of such a talented Chef, and wonderful human being! As always, let's support all of the great Chefs and food service personnel that work hard to bring you pretty plates and full bellies! #filmlife #foodie #southernfood
Great food spot in Orlando: Soco Thornton Park
Chef is a dear friend and we here at Walk In Talk, wanted to dive deeper into the mind of such a talented Chef, and wonderful human being! As always, let's support all of the great Chefs and food service personnel that work hard to bring you pretty plates and full bellies! #filmlife #foodie #southernfood
New Book - What a Day! Short Stories by Southern Authors
What a Day! Short Stories by Southern AuthorsBookBuzz. NYT Bestselling authors Linda Howard and Linda Winstead Jones are only two of the eleven wonderful authors who provided short stories for the What A Day! collection.
Marcella's Farm To Fork: Dining in Mt. Vernon, KY
Hey, y’all! The Commonwealth of Kentucky is chock-full of delicious restaurants – and I’m on a mission to try them all. I recently tried Marcella’s Farm to Fork, which is located in Mt. Vernon. The food was incredible + I am excited to tell y’all more about my experience today!
Bourbon City Receives Many Notable Accolades in 2021
A major accolade from Travel + Leisure closes out an award-winning year for the City of Louisville. Despite a lingering COVID-19 pandemic, travelers were eager to visit Bourbon City in 2021. Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport saw several summer days surpass 2019 levels while local attractions were steady with bourbon distillery tours regularly selling out and the seasonal Jack O’Lantern Spectacular event welcoming a record 95,471 visitors this fall. Recognition came from several prominent national travel and tourism authorities including Travel + Leisure, Lonely Planet, Southern Living, Condé Nast, Fodors, and the New York Times.