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Food Guy: Breakfast for dinner? Sign me up

With a few tweaks, breakfast favorites can become hearty family dinners

Food Guy: Breakfast for dinner? Sign me up

After writing about National Breakfast Month last week, pancake and waffle mix maker Krusteaz sent me the results of an interesting nationwide study that show breakfast is not just for, well, breakfast anymore.

According to the survey, a...

Food Guy: On breakfast, Black Sheep and Bombay

Breakfast lovers are probably still coming off their high from the best weekend of the year, with National Bacon Day on Saturday leading to the kickoff of National Breakfast Month on Monday.

What, you didn’t know?

Despite its claim...

Food Guy: Uncork & Create...in the kitchen
Food Guy: Uncork & Create...in the kitchen

There are some mouthwatering changes in the works at downtown Charleston’s Uncork & Create. And I was lucky enough to recently enjoy a firsthand taste.

The Quarrier Street gallery that invites folks to come learn how to paint their own...

Kids won’t eat school lunch? A little creativity is the solution to lunchtime woes
Kids won’t eat school lunch? A little creativity is the solution to lunchtime woes

If you really want to get people all riled up at your next social gathering, don’t bother bringing up the tired ol’ topics of politics or religion. Just ask any parents within earshot what they think about school lunches.

Then...

Food Guy: Big news for West Virginia Biscuit Bake Off

Big news coming from the second annual West Virginia Biscuit Bake Off in Marlinton next month. Or rather, the Hudson Cream Flour West Virginia Biscuit Bake Off.

The premier flour producer has signed on as a new title sponsor for this...

Food Guy: Taste-testing a strange dish, by a strange request
Food Guy: Taste-testing a strange dish, by a strange request

Pasta with jam sauce a part of international scavenger hunt

Food Guy: Thai Valley Kitchen a gem of a find in Putnam

Place lives up to hype; food is great, service

is fast and friendly

Food Guy: Black Sheep’s brunch the new hot spot in town

The new hottest table in town is only available two days a week.

But it’s one you don’t want to miss, so plan your next few weekends around brunch at Black Sheep Burrito on the corner of Summers and Quarrier streets.

I know...

Food Guy: A ‘White Hot Soriee’ and red-hot food from the grill

If you’re one of the more than 1,000 women planning to attend this year’s 15th annual Girls Night Out celebration Aug. 2, you’re in for some pretty good eats, let me tell you.

This year’s “White Hot...

Food Guy: Watch this dessert disappear

Despite a day filled with wonderful moments, one of the best memories I’ll take away from the Greenbrier County farm picnic I raved about last week was this funny exchange at the dessert table...

After stuffing myself silly with tangy...

Food Guy: A farm picnic befitting the Fourth
Food Guy: A farm picnic befitting the Fourth

Before taking in the jam-packed (but rockin’) Maroon 5 concert as part of The Greenbrier Classic PGA tournament this past weekend, the wife and I enjoyed a wonderful summer farm picnic in Greenbrier County.

Not only was the food top-notch,...

The Food Guy: Owners of ‘Little Cocina’ are on the right track
The Food Guy: Owners of ‘Little Cocina’ are on the right track

Because of my passionate interest and moderate knowledge of cooking and food, I’m often asked why I don’t open my own restaurant.

I must admit, I toyed with the idea years ago. But not for very long. Ask anyone who’s in it,...

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