Archive for June, 2011

A Look At: Ethiopic
[ 8 ] June 30, 2011 |

A Look At: Ethiopic

If you read Johnna Knows Good Food regularly, then you’re in on my little secret:  I love (adore) Ethiopian food.  Seriously.  In ranking my top comfort foods, there’s soul food, Italian and Ethiopian, in no particular order.  It is something about the Injera that mesmerizes my senses while it freaks others out with its spongy […]

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Who Runs the World?! Girls!
[ 3 ] June 29, 2011 |

Who Runs the World?! Girls!

Want to plan a girls night out? Here are five ways to catch up with those awesome ladies in your life: Proof’s War of the Rosés has to be my favorite deal of the summer.  The restaurant is offering several different bottles this summer for $35 and guests will have the opportunity to decide for […]

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Etiquette Tuesday: Butt Out
[ 0 ] June 28, 2011 |

Etiquette Tuesday: Butt Out

As much as I spend time socializing, you would think the community table would be my top choice in a restaurant.  It is actually my least favorite spot in the restaurant and I will tell you why in this week’s Etiquette Tuesday: the unsolicited restaurant guest.  A few weeks ago I visited Buck’s Fishing and […]

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Whisked!
[ 0 ] June 27, 2011 |

Whisked!

I often say I want to open a boutique and it is when I hear stories like this one that the vision becomes clearer.  Jenna Huntsberger (Modern Domestic food blog) and Stephanie Willis (Adventures in Shaw blog) turned their love of baked goods into Whisked! Whisked! is the marriage of northern style and southern charm […]

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World Tour:  Jamaica in my kitchen
[ 2 ] June 24, 2011 |

World Tour: Jamaica in my kitchen

I’ve rambled about my experience with Jamaican-style food in Greensboro before, today my focus is on my experience with Jamaican-style seasoning in my kitchen. If you’re looking for a taste of the Caribbean, the best thing to do is buy an airline ticket. Failing that, you could try Walkerswood Traditional Jamaican Jerk seasoning – unfortunately […]

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