John Currence Discusses New Year’s Day Culinary Traditions

The Oxford Eagle published an article featuring an interview with Chef John Currence discussing New Year’s Day traditions revolving around food.

From the article: “John Currence, chef and owner of the City Grocery Restaurant group, said growing up his family even took cooking greens a step further for good luck. “The traditional foods are cabbage and greens, that as I understood were to bring prosperity in the new year. Black-eyed peas were meant to bring luck in the coming year.””

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Big Bad Breakfast Featured on named Big Bad Breakfast in their list of 15 Best Things to See & Do in Oxford, MS.

From the article: “Even if you have never been a breakfast person, you will probably become one after you try what Big Bad Breakfast has to offer.”

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Snackbar Featured in Condé Nast Traveler’s Global Cocktail of the Week

Condé Nast Traveler features Snackbar’s Big Bad Manhattan in their Global Cocktail of the Week Feature.

From the article: “Snackbar’s creative beverage team frequently goes DIY, infusing liquors and bittering agents to broaden their playlist. To make the Big Bad Manhattan, Snackbar beverage director Drew Stevens created homemade bitters using freshly frizzled bacon snagged from the BBB pantry. And since this is a John Currence kitchen, there’s no such thing as basic bacon. This is tabasco and brown sugar bacon.”

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Big Bad Breakfast Named One of The 12 Best Diners by The Culture Trip named Big Bad Breakfast in their list of The 12 Best Diners in Southern States.

From the article: “Breakfast is the most important meal, and Big Bad Breakfast will certainly ensure that you look forward to it. Offering a large variety of breakfast foods, all of which come in substantial portions, their skillets are particularly popular, but definitely require you to bring a big appetite.”

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