ok i have to add this yearly advice. if you like the southern cornbread fine textured dressing cooked outside the bird (not the little squares of stuff) but you don't want to go to the trouble.....hills grocery has the most divine frozen boxed dressing. just put it in the oven and cook a little bit - but not all the way - then take it out and add what you like for seasoning. it is seasoned but you may want more sage (its not overly sagey) or pecans, cranberry, or even turkey - then cook it the rest of the way. you can even microwave the stuff. it comes in a small box or a huge box. I often get the huge box and freeze half of it for later. most of the little older hills type groceries will have it - never seen it in Kroger etc.
Well im for keeping it Thanksgiving. Can we keep something the same folks?
Just wanted to update a review of TNT on Nolensville road. you may recall that the spacious clean sports bar was one of the places featured by BITES. They sport large menu including your favorite bar foods. They add in nice treats such as fried okra and a deeply satisfying pork chop sandwich (comes with chips for 5.50!). They also offer a couple of daily specials which are usually meat an three Yesterday was spaghetti with meat sauce and garlic bread and homemade beef stew with biscuits! Todays special? ribs! They have a 12 dollar steak night as well. Every day offers a selection of veggies that are always home cooked and flavorful. The people here can cook. One thing I like about this place is that they have huge windows all around so that its very bright during the day - oh and the place is very clean as well!
Also of note, watanabe is open all day now.
don't forget the kids and non drinkers and remember to get something festive for them. I LOVE the season for diet ginger ale!!! its hard to find the rest of the year. they even have cranberry ginger ale right now at the dollar store. ginger ale and a cherry or an apple slice is festive fun and pretty and goes well with turkey I think.
oh no!!!! mann i do hate that. such nice people. well its a wonderful spot. is it the same owner or a new one? any details?
I thought this might be a joke.
I appreciate them trying to rid the world of carpis and cropped pants but some of the other things are confusing. So you cant wear a white three dot tshirt in there or a tateful silver chain necklace? Sundresses are sleeveless so I guess those are out too?
I also agree that it will impact tourists who are wearing whatever they are wearing when they walk by - they aren't going to go back home and change in order to go in there. If they are asked to leave they will be mad.
It also makes me wonder about game days - I would think a lot of game goers will violate those rules.
I think its great if they want to have some sort of dress code but I feel they need to be more specific. It seems like most of what they don't like are athletic type clothing - but it not explained clearly. If they don't want hoodies, sweats, cargo shorts - hey im fine with that.
i am hooked on the new kraft with olive oil. its lower in fat and i think it tastes much better. this is funny because i HATE low fat or "fake" mayo. if you havent tried it - give it a whirl. they now make it in other flavors such as cracked peper - try the original first - just to see if you like the concept.
bear creek farms ROCKS
and who doesnt like an arepas they are so addictive!
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