What do Southerners love as much as their biscuits and breads? Good things to put on them! We top these light and fluffy creations with molasses, honey, chocolate gravy, fresh butter, assorted meats and cheeses, jellies, jams, and the ever wonderful preserves. Homemade preserves are quite possibly the perfect compliment to the southern biscuit.
Jones Orchard, Millington, makes scrumptious homemade apple butter and three flavors of preserves--peach, strawberry and apple--as well as many varieties of jelly. From Cracker Barrel, try chow-chow, a sweet, pickled relish traditionally made in the south that utilizes vegetables left over at the end of the summer's harvest. Need more of a kick? Brother Juniper's, Memphis, has Garlic Pepper, Louisiana Chipotle, Traditional Select and six flavors of spreadable fruit.
Visit the Bell Buckle Country Store for a large assortment of the award-winning Rose and Ivy dessert and salad toppings, wine jellies, jams and drink blends, or take home a stash of Captain Rodney's famous dessert glazes, sauces, salsas and pepper jellies. Many Tennessee wineries, distilleries and farms have their own special brands of cheese, jellies, sauces and other flourishes to make good food great.
Where tie-dyes and neckties unite! Food made with passion and served in an easy-going atmosphere. Consistently voted Knoxville's best vegetarian restaurant since 2002, Sunspot also caters to carnivores with a unique and mulitcultural blend of Southwestern, Caribbean and Latin american cuisines. ...more
Tap Root Farm
Tie dye to black tie events is their specialty - corporate functions, team buildings, churches, school tours, family reunions, convention socials, weddings, parties, clubs and organizations. They add creativity according to your desires. ...more
Tennessee River BBQ Sauce
Delicious award-winning gourmet barbecue sauce is made from only the finest hand-selected ingredients. Tennessee River BBQ Sauce is that perfectly unique taste touch. ...more
The Barn at Blackberry Farm
Designed in the same country-meets-luxury style that Blackberry Farm exhibits in its rooms, the visually stunning Barn allows guests to sample regionally inspired dishes on a nightly basis. Chef Adam Cooke uses the freshest ingredients from Blackberry Farm's on-site heirloom garden and its housemade cheese, eggs and honey, and incorporates these ingredients into his unique Smoky Mountain Foothills Cuisine. ...more
The Honey Bee Farm and Pantry
Our jams and jellies, our natural honey, even our lip balms, salves, hair products--all of these items are made naturally from the land, and derive from downhome recipes and rich oral history passed down from the generations that came before us. ...more
When you come to The Orangery, you leave with a memory. With a new menu drawing from classic French intertwined with a Southern regional flair and fusion cuisine, The Orangery's rich and colorful history is breathing anew. ...more
The Original Blue Orleans Creole Restaurant
Blue Orleans Seafood Restaurant is located downtown on the corner of Main and Market, across the street from the Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel —another great restaurant to the downtown area. Blue Orleans is available for private and corporate parties and would love to cater your next special event. ...more
The Partridge and Pear
Welcome to The Partridge & Pear Restaurant, another original offering from The Incredible Christmas Place! Pigeon Forge's newest dining establishment serves up generous helpings of inspired Southern cooking in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. With a team led by Executive Chef Paul Slauson, your every meal will truly be a memorable experience. ...more
The Puffy Muffin
No matter where you go, it will be hard for you to find a more dedicated staff than at Puffy Muffin. Each of the staff members is concerned about doing their part to ensure your dining experience is a pleasant one. ...more
The Stage on Broadway
Located in The District in downtown Nashville, The Stage on Broadway is one of many country bars on the busy street that offer similar atmosphere. However, The Stage distinguishes itself by having the largest seating capacity and the most spacious dance floor of any honky-tonk on Broadway. ...more
The Wild Plum Tea Room
The Wild Plum Tea Room is a pleasant surprise tucked in the midst of the fascinating Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community. Named for the wild plum trees surrounding this charming log building, the Wild Plum seats 32 guests in the dining room and a few more on the screened front porch next to the stream. ...more