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Ten Reasons You Don’t Want to Miss Sweetest Chefs of the South

Let’s face it: the most important reason is that all of the VIP Tickets for this event have already sold out. That tells us that the folks who know, know not miss this event. What event, you ask? Next Tuesday, July 21, our sister company, Eat Y’all, along with Visit Ridgeland, will present Sweetest Chefs […]

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Female Chefs from Across the South to be Showcased in Ridgeland

On July 21, 2015, the best female chefs from across the South will meet up at the Mississippi Crafts Center in Ridgeland, Mississippi to showcase their culinary talent at Sweetest Chefs of the South, a fundraiser presented by our sister company, Eat Y’all, to help establish a Mississippi Culinary Arts Guild. Grab your sweet tooth […]

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Jackson Restaurant Week Guide: Set a Budget Friendly Pace

Every year, Jackson gives me a reason to love fall: Jackson Restaurant Week. Yesterday, the FIFTH Jackson Restaurant Week began, and it will run through October 11 – that’s two full weeks. If you’re not familiar with Jackson Restaurant Weeks, there are ten Charity Finalists all listed on a ballot that’s available at over 60 […]

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Insider Perspective: The Past, Present & Future of Jackson’s Food Scene

Jackson Restaurant Week will kick off this Wednesday, September 24 at A Red Carpet Toast to Jackson’s Food Scene: 2014 Jackson Restaurant Week VIP Party. At this party, guests will cast their first ballots for the Jackson Restaurant Week Charity Finalists after walking the red carpet. They’ll also enjoy a welcome cocktail and champagne cocktail […]

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What Honoring Farmers Looks Like

In Mississippi, approximately 42,000 family farms combine to make up our number one industry: agriculture. As a group, these farms – and the businesses that support them – employ approximately 17% of the state’s workforce. All told these family farms provide the backbone to our state’s economy by collectively being our $7.4 BILLION “agriculture industry.” […]

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