Thursday, April 27, 2017

Our New Articles in Edible Memphis and Memphis Magazine

Check out the restaurant review we worked on together for the April issue of Memphis magazine HERE! We've loved Bhan Thai in Memphis for a while now and got the opportunity to see it in a new light this year as we tried new dishes in addition to the awesome green curry that's our mainstay. We have another collaborative article about a new favorite place coming up in next month's issue.

We're also thrilled to announce that we have a brand-new quarterly column in Edible Memphis called "TCV Cooking School"; we'll be experimenting with various cooking methods in order to help readers get the best results in their own home kitchens. With our first story called "Throw Us a Noodle Party (Please!)," we show you how to turn a big pot of boiling water into a comforting spring meal that is perfect for sharing. We're so grateful to our friend and Edible Memphis editor Melissa Petersen for the opportunity to share our kitchen adventures with you on a regular basis in the magazine, and we're seriously loving the redesign and the new website.

We wrote this first column because a couple of our good friends had our backs during a very difficult time. Justin's father's passed away in the fall of 2015 after battling pancreatic cancer for a year and a half, and if some of y'all also have been through a cancer diagnosis and treatment with someone who's close to you, you know as well that the experience will floor even the strongest person.

Max and Marlinee did their best to cheer us on and support us as we figured out what life would be like when all of a sudden, everything changed. We have never forgotten how they brought our friends together in support of us one evening over  bowls of noodles and everyone simply showed up for us.

It's not easy dealing with this type of stuff, and it's hard to know what exactly to do for people who are suffering from a loss. Making something good for someone else to enjoy certainly helps to make anyone feel very loved.

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