Near my hometown of Paducah, KY, sits a restaurant known for its extravagant amount of Christmas Lights and 2-inch pork chop. Patti’s 1880’s Settlement is a sight to see and THE place to eat if you’re ever passing through.
Once fall starts to roll around, nothing sounds cozier than soups, chili, and homemade bread.
What better way to draw customers into a restaurant than to offer experience alongside food? The Pfunky Griddle in Nashville, TN provides just that by allowing you to cook your own breakfast in the middle of the table.
As I’m first starting out with this blog, I’m going to try Food Friday. Whether that be a restaurant I can’t get enough of, or a recipe I found that I love. For this first Food Friday, I have the perfect way to begin your Saturday morning:
The final weekend of September every year is the second busiest time for downtown Paducah, KY (runner up to the famous Quilt Week). Everyone and their mother gather to eat more BBQ than you’ve ever seen in your lifetime at a festival called BBQ on the River.