Oh! Em! Gee!
Yes, I know. It may not the best choice to start my review but honey child
Oh! Em! Gee!
The place. . . Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse.
The location. . . excellent.
The interior. . . excellent.
The hostess. . . friendly and very gracious. She took my information and escorted me to my party right away. Yes, I know this is her job, but she did it with a smile most hostesses don’t.
My first event as an official Atlanta Food Bloggers Society member. . .
Eating with Erica at the Salt Yard Atlanta
. . .was the perfect occasion for my Sunday time. There were lots of women full personality, even a few men and the room was pretty much jumping the whole time. The photogs were nice and on top of their game, they had some of those girls posing like celebrities. But then again, they could have been local celebrities and I just haven’t been back in Atlanta long enough to know it yet! Read more…
I’m always looking for a good way to flavor a steak. Sometimes, it’s just better to spice it up than to throw in on a grill naked. Unless of course it’s a ribeye. I’ll take just garlic please. Yesterday I unwrapped a chuck steak (it was on sale and I do love a chuck roast!) and as I was about to throw the wrappings out I found this recipe on the flip side of the package stickers and tried it out. The marinade mixed with the smoke from the grill gave it tons of juicy delicious flavor. It was so tasty I thought, why not? I’ll share it. Could be something y’all might like too.
Image Credit: wikimedia.org Chuck Steak
First you’ll need to start with a great piece of meat like this nice chuck steak below I had for this recipe. Read more…
Deviled Eggs – Always a Hit
This is a revamped post. It needed some life to it!
When I was a kid one of my favorite things was a big family get together. Everyone made more than one dish and there was always a ton of food to eat! But out of all that food, I had my favorites and one of them was my mama’s deviled eggs. They never lasted long so you had to be quick and get yours before all the grown ups took ‘em all. Now that I’m not a kid anymore, nothings changed for me. They’re still one of my favorites with a family powwow or eating all by my lonesome. And, when it’s holiday time, I don’t even bother asking what I should make and bring to dinner. I know what they’ll say and my kids would be so upset if I didn’t make these things they’d probably send me home without dinner.
Yep, my deviled eggs are some SeriousYum™! I’m not talking about 1 flavor, I’m claiming all 4 flavors are delicious! I strut in with four different flavors to choose from so there’s something to please everyone. I think that’s what makes me the “Deviled Egg Queen”.