Posts Tagged ‘barbecue’

Dickey’s offers up a Big Yellow Cup of Good Eatin’

Dickey’s offers up a Big Yellow Cup of Good Eatin’

The first thing my family said when we pulled into the Stratford Hills Shopping Center on Forest Hill was “What happened to Moe’s?” There in the place of Moe’s Southwest Grill where the signature greeting is “Welcome to Moe’s” was Dickey’s Barbecue Pit. The eleven-year-old who is fine tuned to remember these details said, “Oh […]

Eating on a Budget in a Budget Friendly Place

Eating on a Budget in a Budget Friendly Place

Richmond is not New York.  It’s not even Paris or London.  It’s much cheaper by comparison and so when you’re out of work and crunched for time between episodes of Jerry Springer and Maury Povich, you need to find places that offer good food for an even better price.  And NOT FAST FOOD! Of course […]

July 4th Isn’t the Only Time to Barbecue

July 4th Isn’t the Only Time to Barbecue

Happy belated Independence Day!  Hope you enjoyed the summer heat and a few beverages and something grilled as our founding fathers might have done all those years ago.  Second only to fireworks, barbecuing is among the most important 4th of July traditions–but it should by no means be the only time you light up the […]

Barbecue: A Journey Through the South for Your Mouth

Barbecue: A Journey Through the South for Your Mouth

I alluded to the fact that Virginia is void of her own unique style of barbecue in an earlier post but now I feel it appropriate to properly rant.  What the heck is that?!  Virginia, the place where the first Jamestown started what would become the US, the home of Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Poe, Maury […]