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We tend to eat out now and then – okay, we eat out a lot! For years, people have been telling us, “You should write about the places you eat and post them so that we know where to eat.”

I’m not sure why our friends think we’re qualified to write about food, however, after talking about this for years, we decided to dive into the blogosphere. Is that what you call it? At any rate, we will be blogging about our food and drink experiences in the Nashville, Tenn. area. Occasionally, we may write about our experiences in other cities, as well.

In the interest of full disclosure, we love high-flavored foods.  So don’t expect to see reviews of every meat-and-three in town.  We typically don’t eat at places that serve cooked-to-death vegetables or anything that is country-fried.  We’re not snobs, mind you. We just like high-flavored foods, ergo the name of the blog.

Feel free to share your opinions of the places we post.  But keep in mind opinions are like noses. Everybody has one…and some are bigger than others. Keep it civil and, whenever possible, understandable.

Thanks for taking the time to visit.

John and Michelle

2 Comments Add yours

  1. arlene Lapp says:

    I love Jerusalem artichokes, but cannot find them anywhere in Nashville. Where can I find them? You wrote an article about using them. I have gotten them when I visit my daughter in Chicago,
    Thank you
    Arlene Lapp

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    1. Tammy Algood says:

      Arlene, The first ones I found were at Trader Joe’s and they were exceptional. That only ignited my craving and I returned only to find a few in stock, so I purchased all they had. Then I found an abundance at Whole Foods and have been purchasing them from there. My neighbor actually found some at Publix, but I haven’t been so lucky at the one I frequent. I hope this helps!

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