Real Homestyle, Country Cooking at Kleer Vu

Outside the Building

When someone thinks of a word (or words) that characterize the Southern United States, they may think of the heat, the hospitality, sweet tea, BBQ or even rampant kudzu. However, the first thing I think of is good ‘ole country cookin’. Although I’m from a Korean family, I’ve had my fair share of country cooking through my mom (who learned a few recipes here & there), my friends’ parents, and meat and three restaurants …

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Breaking the Tiresome Lunch Routine with Chuy’s

Chuy's of Murfreesboro

In an effort to save money lately, Haley and I decided to brown-bag our lunch for the past 3 weeks. Despite the tediousness of the same lunch every day, I’ve probably saved almost $100 by not eating out for lunch in almost a month. However, I knew it wouldn’t last… at least not for Friday’s lunch. My normal lunch buddy Mike went to Canada for 2 weeks and my other lunch buddy Jayson …

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Sunday Lunch at Newk’s

Black & Bleu Salad

Being an avid food devotee, you constantly search for not only new food options but also new establishments to check out. Living in Kentucky all my life with nearly 66% of it being in Lexington, you start to run out of avenues in which to stimulate your taste buds. The only way to break out of the monotony of local choices is either to travel or move. Since moving to Tennessee, this is …

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