In Gainesville, pumpkin love is widespread, and local restaurants have willingly answered the demand.
Good, clean and fair food. It’s the official slogan of the Slow Food Movement. Tempo Bistro To Go, a sandwich shop at 1516 NW 13th St., is embracing the mantra in big ways.
This week in food: Yume Ume replaces Rolls n Bowls, Flashback Lounge hosts party, The Jones B-side opensBy Becca Goldring | Sep. 27, 2012
The Yume Umē: Japanese Kitchen is set to open Saturday in the space in the University Towne Center Plaza that was once Rolls n Bowls at the intersection of Archer Road and 34th street, according to the press release.
White House Press Secretary, Jay Carney, promised that when America hit the magic number, the recipes would become available to the public.
The most important meal of the day just became essential because September is National Breakfast Month. In Gainesville, we have a wide variety of breakfast joints to take advantage of.
Normally, lemonade is made with only three humble ingredients: sugar, water and freshly squeezed lemon juice (don’t even think about using Country Time). In this version, the water is infused with fresh lavender sprigs, and blueberry puree is added for a fruity kick.