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    The thing I enjoy the most at the donut shop is the friendliness and of course, the hot free donut you receive each time you come in. The price is really not that much.
    Posted by Jim Bob

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    Liz gave me a bottle of this and it's wonderful. I made a white winter cake and used some of the bean crushed up, tasted great.
    Posted by Cindybrooksrealtor Brooks

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    NEW RELEASE

    December 3, 2012

    Nashville, TN

    International Slow Food Congress delegate, Jim Embry of Lexington, KY speaks in Nashville on Wednesday, December 12.


    Kentucky sustainability activist, Jim Embry will speak in Nashville, TN on December 12 about his recent trip to Italy as a delegate to Terra Madre and the International Slow Food Congress.

    His talk will take place at the West End United Methodist Church (2200 West End Avenue; Nashville, TN 37203) at 6 PM as part of “A Place at the Table” organized by Chef Martha Stamps (http://www.marthastampscatering.com). Participants are encouraged to attend the dinner which begins at 5 PM.
    Posted by Irucka Embry

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    hopefully, jeni's will open another store there.
    Posted by mainstreet

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    I think this is the most important lede to ever be buried in the history of papers.

    But I hate Bellvue as a rule, so this is a serious dilemma.
    Posted by AnglRdr

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    Great list of books. I'm hoping to pick up a few soon.
    Posted by Wallace

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    Catbird was telling the truth about Mariani. The only place he seems to have any credibility is in Esquire and on Bites.
    Posted by marianiisajoke

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    Did Nashville reach "peak Sweet CeCe's"?
    Posted by Anonymous A

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    Richies in White House, TN. Formerly of Madison and Hendersonville.
    Posted by C

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    Well, to be fair, Mariani was picked as the #6 critic in America in a very unscientific poll of top chefs: http://www.thedailymeal.com/top-chefs-rate…

    But the Catbird boys know him better than I do...
    Posted by Chris Chamberlain

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  • 12/12/12--06:24: Re: The End of Pasta?
  • My making-spaghetti-with-a-rolling-pin-and-pizza-cutter experiment was a pain in the ass. A delicious, delicious pain in the ass.
    Posted by fancycwabs

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    I don't know, something about naming a restaurant a Best Restaurant before it even opens its doors, something about announcing yourself and the entourage you rode in on before you 'review' a restaurant, something about throwing a little hissy fit when you're big fat overblown ego isn't massaged as you think you deserve, something about making yourself the center of the story rather than the restaurant......makes me question his credibility. Maybe those chefs are just afraid of the power of his penis.
    Posted by Mariani Schmariani

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    Ooops. That would be 'your big fat overblown ego' Need less coffee.
    Posted by Mariani Schmariani

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    It's the damn recession. It's a horrible thing in this country when people have to drive their gas-guzzling, unnecessary SUVs more than a few miles just to get wildly over-priced frozen yogurt or fancy coffee.
    Posted by TJ

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    "Five weeks later," hmmm. More about Mariani:

    http://chicago.grubstreet.com/2009/05/why_does_everyone_hate_john_mariani_esquire.html

    http://articles.latimes.com/2005/nov/02/food/fo-mariani2
    Posted by Southern Comfort

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  • 12/12/12--08:35: Re: The End of Pasta?
  • @fancycwabs I have a pasta attachment for my mixer and it's still a pain in the ass. That's why I'm a good customer at Lazzaroli.
    Posted by Lesley Eats

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  • 12/12/12--08:41: Re: The End of Pasta?
  • Yeah, I have grown in to a wheat intolerance (I still small portions) and if I eat too much, I find myself waking up in the middle of the night with intestinal issues, and I have some other symptoms that occur as well. So, when I eat wheat, it better be good, or else I don't waste my time on it.
    Posted by Lannae

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    The Italian Bacon/Cheese dip is amazing but you have to pay for extra flatbread to dip in it. I found myself using my finger to get the last bit out.
    Posted by David Henley

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    M.L. Rose wings are very good. And I have to list off the beaten path, dive-ish bar with volleyball, Wilhagan's off Murfreesboro Rd. for great wings.
    Posted by prestodan

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    I'd do anything to see Smart Carrington Fox conduct an interview!
    Posted by Big fan

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