Anderson eatery offers breakfast, lunch right downtown
Your Way Café opened for business in June in downtown Anderson with a mix and match sandwich menu. This week, hours have been expanded, and now there’s a breakfast menu as well.
- Dining summer casual Sometimes there’s just nothing better in summer than sitting outside with your friends, enjoying good food, maybe some brews, and, of course, lots of good conversation. Rigo’s at Grandview offers just such a possibility.
- Love of cooking inspires new eatery Bright-colored pennants announced the grand opening of Rebecca’s Soul Food Diner last week. The new eatery is the inspiration of Anderson resident Mary Jane Shell.
- Ready to roll You’re hungry, but you’re swamped at work. You and your colleagues make a quick call and before you know it, there’s a red-shirted guy on a bicycle at your door.
Local chef stars in national commercial
Red Lobster chef Stewart Harrington probably never dreamed he would see himself on television, being broadcast to millions of homes around the country. But he has seen it – twice, and so have millions of others.
- Markleville Centennial Cookbook delivers favorite recipes With the recent publication of "Favorite Recipes," the secrets of some longtime Markleville family favorite dishes and desserts are out.
Come hungry. It’s the 29th annual Gourmet Sampler, a fun, tasty event that helps raise funds for local Special Olympians.
Hamburger High back in session
“I’ve always dreamed of having a restaurant,” says Jeff O’Connor, who hails from Greentown. His dream is coming true as the new owner of Hamburger High, the 38th Street restaurant which will reopen this weekend.
Traditional minty roast lamb deliciously turned inside out
The classic Easter or spring lamb often is served with mint jelly. And that’s fine, assuming you want to play it safe. Rather than relegate the mint to a condiment added at the table, trying using it to create a vibrant pesto, which can then be stuffed in a leg of lamb to infuse the meat with flavor during roasting.
Go beyond green beer
Can we all just agree that unless you’re a frat boy (or girl), green beer belongs nowhere near your lips on St. Patrick’s Day? Because there really are so many other ways to celebrate the holiday, not to mention far more appealing methods of sipping a green beverage.
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