• Exploring Southern Wines in Oxford

    By Danny Toma, staff writer Going local is one of the hottest trends in the world of food and drinks, and what better way to accompany that plate of Mississippi food than with a good Southern wine? While the climate in much of the South is not conducive to the growing of vinifera grapes, there… [Continue Reading]

    Exploring Southern Wines in Oxford
  • England Dan’s Not Closing

    You may have noticed the lights out at England Dan’s over the last week or so, but co-owner Mike Salts assured EatingOxford.com yesterday that the restaurant will not be closing. Due to an undisclosed medical emergency, Salts says he has been in the hospital since November 9. A sign on the door yesterday indicated that… [Continue Reading]

    England Dan’s Not Closing
  • Free Lebanese Cooking Classes Nov. 20 & Dec. 4

    By Danny Toma, staff writer Lebanon, the home of the ancient Phoenicians and the site of the Biblical cities of Tyre and Sidon is one of the great crossroads of the Middle East. Inhabited by Catholic and Orthodox Christians, Sunni and Shi’ah Muslims, and the mysterious Druze, its people speak Arabic and French, with minorities… [Continue Reading]

    Free Lebanese Cooking Classes Nov. 20 & Dec. 4
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Oxford Thanksgiving: Eaten Out or Catered In

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Sno Biz Disappearance

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Central BBQ Now Serving Oxford

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Oxford’s Favorite Server: Judy Chrestman Pettit

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Winner List – Oxford’s Best Eats 2014

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