American, Greek-inspired comfort food at Park Place Restaurant.
A few months ago I was out with my family and we were in search of a place to eat for dinner. What we wanted was something quick and cheap, so we decided on Showmars in Pineville, NC. Meanwhile, we passed right by a diner that looked like a local establishment. It looked like a place I would love to try. That place was Park Place Restaurant in Pineville, NC. Continue reading “Park Place Restaurant Pineville, NC”
Review of two great sodas, Double Cola and Ski soda from one awesome company, The Double Cola Company
Disclaimer: Double Cola sent us a few samples to try in return for our honest review. Our purpose at Southern Food Junkie is not to tell you a product is good or bad but simply to share with you a brand you may not have heard of before.
It seems like the late 1800’s and early 1900’s was a booming time for soda. Equally important is nearly all of the sodas created at that time were created in the South. The South has contributed many unique foods, snacks, and drinks throughout the years so it is no surprise that after all these years the South is still the King of Sodas. One Soda company that is still making awesome soda from that era is Double Cola Company. This is the review of Double Cola and Ski Soda. Continue reading “Double Cola and Ski Soda Review”
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This week on Southern Food Junkie we are doing a food review. What a better way to start it off than with one of the south’s favorite foods, Pimento Cheese. I grew up on pimento cheese. It is cheap and makes great sandwiches. I came across a brand that I had never tried before so I decided to give it a go. Wow! This was the best pimento cheese I have ever had. This week we tried out Palmetto Cheese, made right here in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Continue reading “Palmetto Cheese”
This week we stopped by a restaurant in Waynesville, NC. According to the menu located in the restaurant, this is “where the home folks eat. These are the places we love going to. Clyde’s Dinner looked like an awesome place to try out and they made us feel like home folks too. Continue reading “Clyde’s Dinner Waynesville, NC”
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.
Nishie G’s Cafe is serving up Greek Southern comfort food.
This week we are back with a local restaurant in Rock Hill, SC. A Southern Greek-inspired restaurant that has been serving Rock Hill for the past decade. What makes them so good is that it is fresh, friendly, and quick. This is a sit-down dinner with the convenience of fast food. Join us as we tour Nishie G’s Cafe in Rock Hill, SC. Continue reading “Nishie G’s Cafe Rock Hill, SC”
Try the Dan’l Boone Inn for the best comfort food in town.
Boone, NC is a town that has tales of folklore as tall as the mountains that surround it. Boone got it’s named from the famous American Pioneer, Daniel Boone, that is said to have frequently camped there while passing through. Located in the heart of the town is a restaurant that is serving up country ham biscuits that some day may add to the town’s folklore traditions. This is the Dan’l Boone Inn located in Downtown Boone, NC Continue reading “Dan’l Boone Inn”