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What’s a “Gateway Wine”?

Maybe one day I’ll review a wine that isn’t a pinot noir, but that day isn’t today. I’m so excited about the new releases from Thomas Fogarty that I had to share it. Thomas Fogarty wines have always held a special place in my heart. When I first began to look at wine as more […]

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Fondren’s New “Fast & Mighty Fine” Dining Option

Fondren’s newest restaurant lives up to the neighborhood’s fun and funky reputation. The new Fondren Garage is an eclectic and casual place with a little bit of everything for everyone. Fondren Garage plans to evolve their space on the corner of Patton Avenue and North State Street into a multi-use facility that rolls out in […]

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Have you been fed at this table?

The Farmer’s Table is a unique little gem of a restaurant located inside the Mississippi Farmers Market on High Street in downtown Jackson. (Not to be confused with Farmer’s Table Cooking School located at Livingston. The two are not affiliated.). Farm-to-table has become a catchphrase in recent years, thanks to many chefs and restaurateurs who recognized […]

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Pairing Wine with the Winner

Fifteen years ago, I didn’t believe in an affordable and drinkable pinot noir. The grape itself is too fragile and fickle. Winemakers assured us that it just couldn’t be done well in a budget-friendly way. Fast forward to now, and boy were they wrong. There are a number of inexpensive and still interesting pinot noirs […]

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A Grown Man’s Blonde Ale

The Suzy Smash Dry-Hopped Unfiltered Blonde Ale is the newest seasonal beer from the heroes at Southern Prohibition Brewing in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. This time they have taken one of my favorites, the Suzy B Dirty Blonde Ale, and dry hopped the beer during fermentation. This process gives the beer lots of extra hoppy bitterness and […]

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One Kickin’ Old Fashioned

If you’ve been following along in our Cocktail of the Week series lately, you’ve surely enjoyed the concoctions of our cocktail expert, Mitchell Earrey, the proprietor at Livingston Cellars at the Town of Livingston, who has mixed up everything from a Smoked Honey Whiskey Sour to this perfect Spring Vodka & Tonic. We’ve been serving this large […]

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