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Fork and Spoon

Welcome to Memphis. What’s for dinner? Just like with music and language, a city’s character can be conveyed in its cuisine. Memphis is a good ol’ Southern city, and many of the traditions of down South eating are practiced here. Fried catfish, hammy greens, sweet potato pie and fried chicken …

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Time for Tea

Each Thursday, MemphisConnect publishes a piece by participants of the New Memphis Institute’s Fellows Program. Writing about what moves them to live …

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Local Flavors: Farm to Table Conference

The fourth annual Mid-South Farm to Table Conference will be held Tuesday February 4 at Christian Brothers University. The conference is designed …

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Growing Things

Memphis is full of cool people doing amazing things. Our businesses are staffed with innovators, our non-profits loaded with visionaries, and our …

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Tour de Coop: Biking a Green City

Local food non-profit GrowMemphis is gearing up (get it?) for their inaugural Tour de Coop, to be held Saturday October 12, from …

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Prost! Bluff City Oktoberfest

Bluff City Oktoberfest lands on Riverside Drive October 4-5, bringing with it craft beer, barbecue and a just-announced line-up of live bluegrass …

How to Love a Memphis Summer

I love to see kids chasing after the “ice cream truck.”  Most times, it’s really a van, but growing up, everyone called …

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Top Five Go to Memphis Dishes

As a chef, and an avid lover of great food, I feel it’s only right if I share some of the places …

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Food for Thought: Farmers Markets, What Are They?

GrowMemphis is a local non-profit that helps people turn vacant urban space into productive farms and centers of business. Their blog series, …

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The Musical Foodie

This Thursday, June 27, Memphis foodies hitting the aisles at our local Whole Foods Market will be benefiting more than than their …

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