Don't get me wrong, I tried to get the recipe from the Italian Mama. So that went well...not.
Bonus. With this hike, you don’t even have to be in fantastic shape. With the exception of a few bridges over the dikes, its pretty darn flat. The paths are great and hey, this walk is under sea level, so altitude sickness. won't be a problem.
There is this thing that I have for graveyards; I like them, a lot. As someone who loves history and most especially family history, I find them peaceful and interesting. I am also superstitious. Once, I have had a black cat cross my path and admittedly did not walk in a circle 13 times, walk backwards over the place that it happened while chanting bible verses, because I did not want to look unusual, but then bad things happened, three of them including a bad fall off of my bike and an incident with the garage door and a truck. And this is why it took me so long to cross this “Odd things in Iowa” and “Weird US” destination off of my Iowa bucket list. Well that and I don’t live in Iowa anymore.
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In 2017, "Simply Southern TV" gave Mrs. Story's the honor of being The Master of Milkshakes.
Getting so close to my goal of 100 dishes, I aimed to choose something really gourmet, uber chic, the most Instagram-able food.
DO visit Northwest Alabama
When it comes to my BLT, I am a purist. For my dream BLT, I like
Visiting Ovenbird was another fantastic Alabama stop that I likely will never forget. This experience has once again enlightened my culinary world. My brain literally grew tired as I wrote and thought about the complicated food that I was so very fortunate to taste at Ovenbird. I truly appreciate my Ovenbird visit and it will remain in the top of my Alabama and all-time National/World restaurant experiences. The Birmingham Alabama food scene is outstanding!