It turns out that Bites is a salad bowl, not a melting pot. And we're all the little vegetables and stuff. I'm a crouton, you're a craisin, he's a bacon bit, she's a carrot.
Speaking of salad bars and all-you-can-eat, the quest is still on for the worst, and the best, Chinese food in the Midstate, and contenders are coming out of the woodwork.
Carrington's planning a big chocolate baking session with the new Fine Cooking chocolate cookbook, edited in part by one-time Nashvillian Lisa Benavides Waddle. Meanwhile, Chris is shaking his phone to find new places to eat and ending up back where he started. Donut Den boosted the stock of restaurants with weird old signs. Nashville Originals recruited some new eateries into the growing ranks. Olive & Sinclair Chocolate opened in Riverside Village. Go Locals!
What's on your plate today, and this weekend? Coming to the Bites meetup Monday at Rumba?