The Natural Cook with Anna Gershenson

The Natural Cook is a Cooking Show all about how to make delicious, nutritious food at home. Anna’s Cooking Show is being hosted out of a demonstration kitchen that has been provided through a partnership between Berkshire Health System’s Operation a Better Start and Pittsfield Community Television. Continue reading “The Natural Cook with Anna Gershenson”

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Old Lady Gang A Southern Eatery in Atlanta, GA #KandiBurruss

Real Housewives of Atlanta Kandi Burruss – Tucker and husband Todd Tucker came together on an idea to share some home Southern recipes. I love their family traditional recipes and how each member of the family has their own recipe on the menu. Continue reading “Old Lady Gang A Southern Eatery in Atlanta, GA #KandiBurruss”

Homemade Ultra Nacho Supreme Salad 

This is my dinner craving I’m no pro cook or food blogger I like recipes when I want something I can cook at home. Great family appetizer or a planning snack. If you ordered this at a restaurant how much would you pay for this? I totaled up all the ingredients I got from my local supermarket/grocery store and it came up to $10.75 for 3+ servings. Continue reading “Homemade Ultra Nacho Supreme Salad “

Zucco’s Family Restaurant (something for everyone)

Zucco’s Family Restaurant something for everyone!

Ready for some Mediterranean Dining. Want the full experience of Greece without having a passport? Sound good right, in fact, it sounds very good, so leave your passport at home and fly down/up to Zucco’s serving the most tasty dishes from Appetizers, Soups & Salads, (my choice was a Greek Salad & Clam Chowder) Gyros, Burgers, Grinders, Pasta, Casseroles, Vegetarian, Chicken, Veal, Pizza, and many more. Zucco’s hold a seating of 180 seats. No matter what time of the day you stop by there is never a wait. Come check it out and stop by. Continue reading “Zucco’s Family Restaurant (something for everyone)”

Restaurant Review: Cracker Barrel The Old Country Store

Complimentary meal sponsored by the Salvation Army. My first time in Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. Well, at least something I can remember. Cracker Barrel offers southern hospitality and is originated from Lebanon, Tennessee. A restaurant where you hear the word “folks” with me being from the east coast and up north I’m learning the many languages and slang of the world. Everything is made fresh daily so I can imagine how much food is being tossed out on a daily prayerfully they can send it to the homeless shelters in need. I don’t know what they do with the food they don’t use. The biscuits are made from scratch and the baked goods are baked fresh throughout the day. Continue reading “Restaurant Review: Cracker Barrel The Old Country Store”