July 24th, 2015

There’s No Place Like Home: A Kansan Embraces Her Culinary Heritage

Dorothy couldn’t wait to get back to Kansas, and we have a sneaking suspicion she meant Overland Park. The reason? The barbeque. Inspired by nearby Kansas City, Missouri, and their famous slow-cooked meats and tomato-based sweet and spicy sauces, Eater Kimberly touts the culinary delights of two Overland Park establishments. They’ve become the inspiration behind her famous “Porky Kim’s Porky Russ.” This post from the heart of the Heartland will leave you wanting to click your heels together three times for a one of these pulled pork sandwiches (thank goodness she’s giving you her secret recipe!) Continue reading Read more

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We The Eaters
July 17th, 2015

Sweet Home [Away From Home in Orange Beach], Alabama

Founding Foodie Sarah dives in off the Gulf Coast and basks in her perfect summer vacation with her newfound family in Orange Beach, Alabama. It may be hot and humid, but there’s plenty of beach, water, good food and ice cold drinks … not to mention Southern hospitality. Continue reading Read more

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We The Eaters
July 10th, 2015

Funi, Don’t Fail Me Now: Battling “Fudgies” For A Table

Just a Petoskey stone’s throw from Eater Dana’s door is Trattoria Funistrada, or as she claims, the best restaurant in “Small Town America”. Our series continues with a visit to the sleepy town of Burdickville, Michigan, as we learn about Funi … and find out why “fudgies” threaten her chances of getting a table at her favorite spot for grub up north. Continue reading Read more

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June
All month long we share some from-scratch dressing recipes. Cause, you know, no one wants to slave over a hot stove in the summer heat ... so salads are the best and easiest option!