# Food reviews
Medical History was Made HERE! • Full Food Review of Tino's Tex-Mex Cantina
In this episode, Tommy and I FINALLY visit the long awaited Crawford Long Museum in Jefferson, Ga. Medical history was made in this tiny little town with the discovery of anesthesia. Afterwards, we had lunch at Tino's Tex-Mex Cantina which left us with some mixed feelings and a mixed food review.
We Refuse to Give Up! Pond Clean Up and Trying Panera Bread for the First Time
In this episode, Tommy and I return to our land to work more on our wild pond, which is quickly getting the better of us. Special shout out to my dad for all his help and to both my parents for cooking and putting up with us. Also, we're probably the last people on earth who have never eaten at a Panera Bread, so we got the opportunity to try that. If you're in the market for a really cool salt or fresh water fish store, this place has it all and the people are pretty great, also. <a href="https://www.thefishroom.net/collections/cary-inventory">https://www.thefishroom.net/collections/cary-inventory</a>
PIT BOSS 850 Series 8 IN 1 SMOKER AND GRILL REVIEW
In this video, disaster strikes and we're forced to forgo the fun of our regular videos by adulting as we shop for a new grill and smoker. Is the Pit Boss 8 in 1 Smoker and Grill Combo worth the price tag?
Kirkwood Spring Fling's 1st Annual Kickoff Dinner at Le Petit Marche. Let's Watch Together!
Indulge in the mouthwatering journey of Kirkwood Spring Fling's 1st Annual Kickoff Dinner at Le Petit Marche. Originally seen @ServingLooksATL: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/reel/CsZfKBEJayG">https://www.instagram.com/reel/CsZfKBEJayG</a>/ Join us as we take you on a culinary adventure curated by the culinary genius, Executive Chef Anthony J. Sanders, Jr. From the red carpet welcome to the sensational dishes that will leave you craving for more, this event was a celebration of flavors, elegance, and pure culinary magic. Experience the enchanting atmosphere, savor the exquisite creations, and be captivated by the culinary mastery that unfolds at this extraordinary event.
This Little Town Keeps on Giving: Calloway Plantation
In this episode, Tommy and our crew luck up with the MOST FUN guide ever!!! The guide at the Calloway Plantation was full of laughter, fun, and stories! This beautifully preserved 1700's estate offers so much in the way of showing how life in Colonial Times was. Afterwards, we had lunch at Maddy's Public House (aka, Maddy's Pub) on the square in downtown Washington. This Irish pub offered tasty treats to please even the most discerning palate, such as a six-year-old's... who has recently begun to venture into eating meat.
Rhododendron Festival in Hiawassee • Eating The BEST Soul Food in North Georgia
In this episode, Tommy and I return to the North Georgia Mountains to visit the Rhododendron Festival at the Georgia Mountain Fair Grounds. Afterwards, we head towards Cleveland to eat what might just be the BEST soul food in the Northeast Georgia Mountains. Auntie's Soul Food Diner is legitimately a hidden gem. <a href="https://georgiamountainfairgrounds.com/localevents/id/227">https://georgiamountainfairgrounds.com/localevents/id/227</a>
We Got a Whataburger: Reviewing a Texas-born Favorite
In this episode, we check out the newly opened Whataburger in Cumming, Ga. Was it worth braving the lines?
Earth Day Festival: Exploring Georgia's First Free Public Library and a Rock Star Artist
In this episode, we're back to what is quickly becoming our favorite go-to spot; Washington, GA. You simply cannot beat this little town for food, festivals, history, and culture! Washington turned out to celebrate Earth Day in a big way and we were there for it! Join us as we visit the first free Public Library in the state of Georgia, take the historical walking tour, listen to live music, eat some awesome festival eats, and get a live demo from Patrick Blount, owner of Greenhow Handmade Ironworks Blacksmithing shop. Afterwards, we have excellent Birria Tacos from Chela's. DO NOT sleep on this beautiful little town and all it has to offer! Greenhow Handmade Ironworks: <a href="https://greenhowhandmade.com">https://greenhowhandmade.com</a>
Rainy Day Food Review: Fuku Asian Bistro
In this episode, Tommy and I spend the afternoon at one of our local favorite restaurants. Fuku Asian Bistro is a locally owned Asian Fusion Restaurant specializing in Japanese, Chinese, and Thai. The food there is consistently amazing and the service is top notch. Fuku is located off Keith Bridge Road in Cumming, GA.
Brutal Double Murder Has Given This Small Georgia Town A Haunting Legacy
In December of 1982, the quiet town of Summerville, Georgia was rocked by the horrifying double murder of Dr. Charles Scudder and his life partner, Joey Odom. 41 years later, their deaths are still talked about and their former residence has become a pilgrimage spot for the paranormally curious and crime junkies alike. Corpsewood Manor lay in ruins, but this doesn't stop the ghostly activity that many feel takes place on the remote grounds of the Scudder-Odom residence.
Exploring the Beautiful Art in this Local Cemetery
In this episode, Tommy and I kept it close to home and visited Alta Vista Cemetery in our home base of Gainesville, to check out some famous graves. Afterwards, we headed to Zaxby's for our standard sharable chicken finger plate and some of their new peach tea. The tea is worth the visit!!!!!
Site of a Mass Burial: Long Canes Creek Massacre, One of South Carolina's Most Haunted Sites.
In this episode, Tommy and I visit McCormick, South Carolina and the site of a brutal massacre of English settlers who dared to encroach on Cherokee Territory. Afterwards, we returned to a local favorite, Saxon's in Abbeville, for arguably THE BEST hotdogs in the south.
A Secret Garden and the Best Hidden Gem Restaurant in North Georgia
In this episode, Tommy and I make a few unplanned stops in Tate, Ga. Known for its Marble production, this tiny town in North Georgia has some unexpected treasures with everything from its historical train depot, a cemetery that houses some of Georgia's most notable icons and founders, and also a restaurant that's been voted as one of the best hidden gems of North Georgia. Tate is a perfect stop for day trip through history and local food culture.
This Town is a History Lover's Paradise!
In this episode, Tommy and I revisit Washington, Georgia, a small town that has big history!!! We explore this historical Robert Toombs House, visit the past inhabitants final resting place, before having a delicious lunch at the Bull and Pig Restaurant.
My Favorite Asian Restaurant in Illinois has new menu items you must try
My absolute favorite Asian restaurant serving Chinese and Indonesian food has brand new menu items for the new year. The restaurant that I am talking about is Phat Phat in Schaumburg.
New Italian Restaurant in Oak Brook, IL is a must try
I had wanted to visit this restaurant for many months since I heard it was opening. This restaurant is part of the Cooper’s Hawk restaurant group. The name of the restaurant is Piccolo Buco in Oakbrook, IL.
An Honest Review of La Tonalteca in Millsboro, Delaware
I think it's important to preface this review by saying that I am not a huge fan of Mexican food. I've never been one of those people to go crazy for tacos and margs. For me, Chinese and sushi is where it's at.
New Trendy Salad Restaurant in Schaumburg Does it live up to the hype?
There have been many restaurants throughout the years that I consider fad restaurants. These restaurants gain popularity either via social media or from a celebrity or popular Internet influencer.
Scull Shoals: Post Revolutionary War Ruins
In this episode, Tommy and I day trip to Greene County where we explore the Post Revolutionary War Ruins of the Old Fort Mill Settlement. Built in the 1780's, this now ghost town ruin was once a thriving metropolis. Afterwards, we visit Elder Mill Bridge and have a wonderful lunch at Sabor Mex Grill.
Popeyes Blackened Chicken Sandwich Review!
So Popeyes released the Blackened version of their Chicken Sandwich and I must say, this was an unexpected turn of events. Does it taste better than their original? Well let us find out together.