Category: Food & Dining

Food & Dining

Taste in the Valley By: Regina Mae Walker

Taste In The Valley Recipe of the Week Key Lime Everything! By: Regina Walker I don’t know if anyone else feels this way, but to me nothing says summer like Key Lime Pie. Today I’m going to discuss some non traditional key lime favorites and snacks. My college roommate, Amber, used to make a no …

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Taste in the Valley By: Regina Mae Walker

Recipe of the Week Leftover Pasta If there is one thing I hate, it would be wasting food. So I enjoy trying to find ways to save or transform foods so they are less likely to be wasted. A couple weeks ago I had a bunch of leftover veggies from some meals I had made …

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Taste in the Valley By Regina Mae Walker

Recipe of the Week By: Regina Mae Walker This week we got our first recipe submission. Anita Howell is the sister of one of our writers and a semi-pro baker. She has a passion for baking things, playing with flavors, and finding new baked goods to try. Anita has wisdom to give and we are …

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Recipe of the Week: Red, White and Blue, By Regina Walker

Recipe of the Week Red, White, and Blue By: Regina Mae Walker Red Tomato Puffs This is a spin on the classic tomato pie. They make a great side or appetizer and travel well. INGREDIENTS 1 box puff pastry (each sheet cut into 12 squares) 2 cups mayonnaise 2 cups shredded cheeses (I prefer mozzarella …

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Taste in The Valley: 4th of July BBQ Restaurant Review Ramsey’s BBQ: Take Out Only $

  Taste In The Valley By: Regina Mae Walker 4th of July BBQ Restaurant Review Ramsey’s BBQ: Take Out Only $ For most of us the 4th of July is a time for sun, fun, and food. Bar-b-que is an American classic because it has been wide spread, each part of the country putting their …

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Marion voters say YES to ‘Liquor By The Drink’ at the polls

Marion County voters had many decisions to make at the polls yesterday from choosing the next Tennessee Senator in a very heated race between Blackburn and Bredesen to choosing our state’s next Governor along with a few key local races. But one item was something many have wanted to see on a ballot for years… …

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Local SVEC office hosting annual Relay for Life Silent Auction & Soup Lunch Dec. 14th

Employees of the Sequarchee Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) are once again giving those wishing to do some Christmas shopping with a good cause that opportunity with their annual Relay for Life Silent Auction next week at the SVEC offices in South Pittsburg. The event gives community members the chance to support this worthy cause in …

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State Fire Marshal: Keep safety in mind when grilling this summer

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Summertime is the peak season for grilling, and unfortunately, grilling fires. The Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office shares important guidelines to help outdoor cooks make fire safety a priority when grilling this summer. From 2012-2016, Tennessee fire departments responded to 217 fires involving grills, hibachis or barbeques. Those fires resulted in three …

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Lookout Winery celebrates “National Drink Wine Day” on Saturday

If you haven’t visited the folks at Lookout Winery & Wood Oven Pizza in Guild, TN (Haletown) yet, this weekend sure seems like a great time to make that first visit as the winery and restaurant hosts “National Drink Wine Day” on Saturday, February 18th, 2017. As if any true wine connoisseurs need a “holiday” …

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Television Comes to Life at Denim & Diamonds March 4th

CHATTANOOGA  – All sorts of characters will be coming together on March 5 for a party where television comes to life. Join us at Denim & Diamonds: TV Land and celebrate the best the tube has to offer. Tickets are now on sale at chattdenim.net. Chattanooga physicians and community leaders will come together at 7 …

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National Cornbread Cook-Off deadline for entry is January 31st

Dates for the National Cornbread Festival in South Pittsburg, Tennessee are set April 29th and 30th for 2017, and one of the hottest (pun intended) contests at each year’s festival is the National Cornbread Cook-Off for original main dish cornbread recipes. Entries for the 2017 contest require your original main dish/entree/main course recipe is prepared …

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Nearby Stevenson, AL can now “have it their way” at the new Burger King

Folks in Stevenson, Alabama will soon be able to “Have it their way” as a new Burger King location will be opening there soon. Many rumors have circulated as to what actually would be coming to the piece of commercial property located next to the McDonald’s on US 72 near Bank Street. Word came several …

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