Americans Love Steak, this is the Top 5 Steakhouse Chain Restaurants.
It is no secret that Americans love their steak. In America, Steak used to be a food that was consumed on a special occasion to celebrate a milestone or achievement. Furthermore, it was consumed on special occasions because it was expensive. Most families in the South were hunters and gathers and consumed wild game meat for their protein source. With the rise in industrialization, families went to work and sold off their land. They traded it for a manufacturing job. Meanwhile, commercial meat consumption started to rise. This brought the price of a steak down so most families can enjoy it more than on special occasions now. Above all, this brought about the modern restaurant. Presently, a Steakhouse restaurant can now be found in most towns. This is the Top 5 Steakhouse Chains in America. Continue reading “Top 5 Steakhouse Chain Restaurants”
There are few things in this world as popular as popcorn. Just recently the family and I went to the movie theater and as soon as you walk into the door, that smell of freshly popped popcorn hits you in the face. I wouldn’t be surprised if they had popcorn air fresheners all throughout the place trying to get you to buy more. No doubt, Americans love their popcorn. We especially love it flavored. Butter, cheese, and caramel flavored among some of the most popular flavor options. Well, I have found a company that has added the popular Sriracha hot sauce to their offerings. This week we are reviewing Popcorn, Indiana Sriracha Popcorn. Continue reading “Popcorn, Indiana Sriracha Popcorn”
Come along with us as we recap the Restaurant Reviews 2016
This past year saw a lot of changes for many people including us. To be specific, it was the start of our Youtube Channel. We did our first restaurant review while my wife and I were on a trip to Spruce Pines, NC. We stopped at a restaurant called Famous Louise’s Rock House. After a few reviews and recipe videos, I decided to start this blog. Since we have now entered 2017, I have decided to recap all of the restaurants that I visited last year from the first ones on Youtube all the way to the last one of 2016. Come along with us as we recap Southern Food Junkies Restaurant Reviews 2016. Continue reading “Southern Food Junkies Restaurant Reviews 2016”
Where has the time gone? This year has simply flown by. Of course, It seems like yesterday 2016 was just beginning and now we are looking toward 2017. I hope this past year was your best one yet. It is really hard to believe that today is Christmas Day! Continue reading “Merry Christmas From Our Family to Yours”
Thanksgiving is more than just spending time with family and friends
As we draw closer to the end of Thanksgiving week, it ushers in a lot of emotions. It can be happy for some, and a very sad time for others. There are people traveling all over to meet with family and friends they may not have seen in a while. This is the start to the busiest time of the year. In the midst of summer we was all wishing for fall to get here, now fall is almost over and it is about time for Winter. I have to say that this is my favorite time of the year. It starts with College Football season and one of my favorite things to do, Hunting. Then we continue on to Thanksgiving then Christmas. We have to remember, though, that Thanksgiving is more than just spending time with family and friends, it is about being thankful for what you have. Continue reading “Thanksgiving”
Hey, Y’all! Southern Food Junkie was kind enough to ask me to stop by to share a favorite Thanksgiving side dish….Southern Cornbread dressing. Southern Cornbread Dressing is a comforting, classic dish for the holidays.
I’m not only going to give you my dressing recipe, I’m going to give you three just in time for Thanksgiving! My regular recipe, a shortcut version, and a version in case you don’t have to feed a crowd.
Greetings fellow food junkies. This weekend My family and I went on a Southern Food Junkie Road Trip to Boone, NC. It is fall and the mountains are showing their colors. This is my favorite time of the year. It is time for family gatherings, pumpkin everything, and beautiful colors. What a great time to be outdoors. This is also a great time for traveling.
On this Southern Junkie Road Trip, we visited several really great places. We started out on Friday afternoon heading out from our hometown. Our first stop was supposed to be The Dan’l Boone Inn in Boone, North Carolina. When we arrived there the line was wrapped around the building so I made an executive decision based on the grows from my stomach, so we decided to wait till Saturday to try it out. Instead, we found an awesome place in downtown Boone, North Carolina called Our Daily Bread. Continue reading “Southern Food Junkie Road trip to Boone, NC”