Fall brings to mind pumpkins, either carved and put on display or prepared in all of our favorite dishes, like pumpkin pie, cookies, and rolls. But why limit squash to sweet dishes?
“We go to the market every day for fresh produce and ingredients and our sauces are made daily.
Okay, it’s kind of evil to tease you with the fact that we’re featuring Sandrini’s as our Quick Bites with Local Flavor restaurant but we aren’t giving away the recipe to their amazing and famous sausage bread.
Kamisama Ramen. Say it with us three times as fast as you can! Seriously though; fun name, great food…I think we can all agree on those points.
Cope’s Knotty Pine Cafe might be known for its hand-breaded chicken fried steak, killer burgers, and hefty portions of home-cooked favorites, but when we asked owner Karla Cope if she and her team—including Chef George—would come up with something light for our readers for this issue’s Quick Bites, we were reminded why people have loved the Knotty Pine Cafe since 1948.
We all have that one recipe that stands out in our minds as special because it was either gifted to us by a grandmother, mother, or friend; or maybe it was something we come up with late one night with a mish-mash of ingredients but it reminds us of a special time.