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Memphis Magazine January 2007

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It might be called "Flip Side Kid," but Jack Yarber's latest release is garage, all grown up. more

Culture

It's one of those age-old debates: quality versus quantity. In a perfect world, heaping portions of seared ahi tuna, pan-crusted grouper, and 12 oz. filets with blue cheese crumbles would glisten away... more

Columns

There was a time when you'd find Stacey Greenberg, hubby Warren, and their friends out a couple of nights a week, enjoying restaurants from one end of the city to the other. But that all came to a scr... more

Columns

From Midtown home to dining destination, one room at a time. more

Home

4 -- Weight, in pounds, of just the meat in the "Sasquatch" hamburger served at the Big Foot Lodge. Anyone who eats this in less than an hour gets the $19.99 purchase price refunded 0... more

Columns

A quick look at the myths behind some of our most popular meals. more

Columns

Followers of the raw food diet have a cool new way to eat, literally. more

Food

When Felicia Willett moved to Memphis from New Orleans (where she cut her teeth as Emeril Lagasse's protégé), she was a bit lonely in her new loft apartment. Naturally, she decided that the best way t... more

News & Features

Erling Jensen greeted me with a smile as I arrived at his Cordova home. I soon found the reason for the smile: In spite of his culinary prowess, Erling is very much someone who needs taking care of --... more

Food

Staff Pick Clock without Hands(mariner books) by Carson McCullersSometimes words can ring with such personal truth that the reader grabs them like a life raft. For J.... more

Culture

Our trivia expert solves local mysteries of who, what, when, where, why, and why not. more

Ask Vance

Although Jason Severs was born and raised in Tennessee (Johnson City, Knoxville, Memphis), he grew up around four Italian women -- his mother, her two sisters, and his grandmother -- for whom meals we... more

Food

When it comes to the BEST OF MEMPHIS, the people have spoken. more

News & Features

Our 2006 Winners plus our panel picks more

News & Features

There I was, a 19-year old college student, in stained overalls and a red flannel shirt, holding an oversized platter of all-you-can-eat fried catfish over my right shoulder. My hungry customer, to wh... more

Columns

Joan Williams and William Faulkner: an affair to remember. more

Culture

Judd Grisanti was hard to get a hold of. The chef-cum-restaurateur is in the process of opening four new Italian eateries, including his signature restaurant, Spindini, on South Main. He's also renova... more

Food

An old home finds new life as Memphis' first African-American B&B. more

Columns

Geraldine CampbellFreelance writer Geraldine Campbell is a transplant from New York City. Her articles have appeared in Condé Nast Traveler, Budget Travel, and The Memphis Flyer. While she loves foo... more

Columns

A primer for the uninitiated oenophile. more

Food

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