Gnoshing About: Dead End BBQ

You can smell the aroma of hickory and oak from most anywhere on the western end of Sutherland Avenue. Since its opening six years ago, Dead End BBQ has become an increasingly popular lunch and dinner spot for West Knox families. We were recently invited to sample some of their most popular items and attend […]

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Tomato Pie Recipe (Appalachian Deep Dish)

Nothing says summer like tomatoes and being from the South, you must make a few Tomato Pies while they are at their peak! This is an easy-to-make meal in a dish.

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Yellowfin Tuna and Snap Peas with Couscous

Grilled Spring Sugar Snap Peas with Tuna and Couscous makes a delicious late-spring dinner.

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Lasagna – 21 Day Fix Style

  So, Mr. Knoxfoodie and I have been fashioning our week night meals in the spirit of the 21Day Fix. This, for those of you not familiar, is a Beachbody program that focuses on portion control utilizing a container system for each food group. It’s pretty confusing to start but it gets easier as you […]

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Gnoshing About: Copper Cellar Restaurants at Smokies Baseball Park

The folks at the Copper Cellar Restaurant group (Copper Cellar, Calhoun’s, Cappuccino’s, Smoky Mountain Brewery, and Cherokee Grill) recently invited us out to visit a relatively new member of the family, Smokies Baseball Stadium. This is a recap of our lovely evening watching baseball, eating great food and drinking good local beer.  Bart Fricks, COO […]

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Spring Asparagus Soup

Refreshing spring asparagus soup that works just as well chilled as it does hot.

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Gnoshing About: Hard Knox Pizza (and Special Announcement!)

After visiting Hard Knox Pizzeria last week, we were reminded of what wood fired pizza was all about. The new owners of this small pizzeria located in the Western Plaza shopping center in the Bearden area, met with us over a few of their specialty pizzas and discussed the Hard Knox philosophy. Paul and Alexa Sponcia […]

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Savannah in Spring

Today on the blog we return to Savannah for delicious food from The Florence, Collin’s Corner, Pacci, and so much more. The best of the old south is still very present in this fine traditional city.

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Charleston in the Spring

The hottest food scene in the South is happening in Charleston and we decided to pay it a return visit on a quick springtime trip. We were delighted with our foodie stops!

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We’re selling our house!

Hey all, please spread the word if you know anyone looking for a house in Knoxville.  Email us for showing. 10724 Meriwether Ln,Knoxville, TN 37934 3 beds2 baths • 1,865 sqft  FOR SALE BY OWNER $205,000 DOWNLOAD THE FLYER (PDF) We are not associated, but have had and excellent history working with Fred Wright at Mortgage Investor’s Group […]

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Gnoshing About: Trust Fall: Drew McDonald

Last night 25 people paid $135 each to attend a dinner. They didn’t know where they were going, what the dress code was, who was hosting, or what the menu would be. The only thing we knew was that we were putting our trust in the hands of Chef Drew McDonald of The Plaid Apron. […]

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Building the Ultimate Sustainable Kitchen

Building a kitchen that is healthy on our environment as well as functional, beautiful, and affordable is important to us. Do yourself a favor and have a look at CustomMade’s guide to Building The Ultimate Sustainable Kitchen!

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Gnoshing About: Cúrate Asheville

We’ve been wanting to try Katie Button’s much lauded Cúrate for a while. It’s certainly been one of the most talked about happenings in Asheville, perhaps only being surpassed by the ever-growing craft beer scene. From recognition by the  to the New York Times, Button has rapidly ascended to an almost celebrity status. In fact, […]

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Shrimp and Pasta Dinner for Two!

A very easy Lemon Shrimp Pasta for two!

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A Snow Day Tradition – Chocolate Gravy

Our family has a snow day tradition that stretches back to Mr. KnoxFoodie’s grandmother. Anytime the kids were out of school for a snow day and after a long morning of sledding, Mammaw Gladys would have a big batch of Chocolate Gravy waiting to warm everyone up. Mr. Knoxfoodie’s mom continued the tradition on to […]

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Gnoshing About: Mason’s Nashville – Nourishing The Past, A Story Of Love

Executive Chef Brandon Frohne of Mason’s Nashville presented a special Valentine’s Day dinner, a preview of his upcoming James Beard Foundation Dinner on February 21st in New York.

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Holly’s 135 is almost here!

We were lucky enough to be invited last night to a little gathering to show off Holly Hambright’s newest venture; Holly’s 135. As you can tell from the crowd, it’s going to be one of the more popular locations on Gay Street! Located int he former Shuck location, Holly’s 135 will offer a variety of […]

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Gnoshing About: Olibea in the Old City

Olibea in the Old City is without a doubt the best new breakfast spot in Knoxville! But we were sad … sad it took so long to visit!

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Gnoshing About: A Tastebud Tour of the World: Munich, Germany with Holly Hambright

Holly Hambright is taking Knoxville on a Taste Bud Tour Of The World and you shouldn’t miss it!

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New Years Eve

Some of the highlights from New Years Eve!

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