Merle’s playing was so very influential – what an amazing virtuoso he was!
This historic marker can be seen in front of the Starfish Seafood Market
This sculpture celebrates FL commercial fishermen
Crab traps can be seen all along the waters edge
Florida “Crackers” still show their colors here
Discarded boat parts become yard art – and it works!
Volvos are converted to Chevys to better blend in
“Excuse me, sir. Is that really the USS Minnow from Gilligan’s Island?”
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Lindsey’s Chevron station on North Lamar in Oxford, MS does sell gasoline. Yet they are far more famous for their chicken salad. You heard me right — chicken salad! And you know what? It’s pretty darn good. Not sure exactly what the recipe might be. I can tell you there is lots of shredded white […]
This burger, without question, is one of my favorite dishes in North Mississippi. We have lived in Oxford going on 3 years now, but it took us a while to find this gem of a bar/restaurant. The Lamar Lounge is a part of John Currence’s Oxford Culinary Empire. At last count, Currence operated 5 eateries […]
Oxford, Mississippi is a beautiful little college town. A very Southern town. And a foodie town. For a town of its size, Oxford has lots of interesting dining choices. Especially if you enjoy deep fried, bacon laced downhome cuisine. You’d think that great home-style biscuits would be as prevalent as Hotty Toddy t-shirts on Ole […]
We took a 4-day tour around the Crescent City with the family. Although we had been there many times before, there were still things we haven’t seen … so many great places we haven’t dined. DAY ONE: Our first stop was Magazine Street, a shopping district to the south of the French Quarter from Canal […]
New Orleans has always been one of our favorite cities to visit. Not only is there a lot to do, there is a lot to eat. This particular trip with our boys was going to be a combined Dixiedining.com eating tour of New Orleans and an educational History Class field trip. Our home base was […]