Saturday, September 13, 2014
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Meet Angie B. and her oh soooo good, downhome southern SOUL food.
Angie is actually the oldest food truck in Dunnellon at the moment. I had been there at her cute little stand near the south side of the river thrift store to have amazing bbq chicken a few months ago, and had met Angie's other half, Victor and his Daddy's Girl clone, Victoria. These folks really do know how to make real, I mean REAL pulled pork sandwiches. I am no food critic, but my thinking is if I encourage the 3 food trucks that we DO have here in Dunnellon, perhaps MORE will spring up...say a Thai noodle stand and some really good Greek food as well....one can only dream.
Go there. Ribs, Chicken, Collard Greens, sweet potato pie.....mmmmmm
And get this small world event: The guy standing in the top photo on the left went to Morehead State in Kentucky, where I went to college. He's a regular customer when in town. He hauls hay down here from Lexington and it's his plate in the plate photo.
Thursday, September 4, 2014
I would try to buy Dinkin's Store. I would keep the essence of Dinkin's as the best little general store/feed store around and add a few touches of my own. It would have some Natural and Organic Food items, the same little metaphysical quirkiness in the left front corner, complete with "Co-Exist" bumperstickers, weMoon Calenders, Nag Champa and Lavender essential oil .
Dreaming on, it would have live music on weekends with local food trucks...3 count 'em, 3 that we have here in Dunnellon. All good, all local.
right corner..".oh THAT"S where Rainbow Outfitters is.!!!!"..looking further to find a new paddle or led solar powered troller motor for your paddleboard.
Well I love this old store and was very sad to see it closed up when I arrived back here in November of 2012.
Yesterday I went by there and decided, whatever did end up happening to Dinkins, I needed to take some pictures and window reflections to show y'all....