By Mike Nice
May 1, 2017
The Tupelo Honey cafe has dishes influenced by regional traditions. This Red Wine Glazed Short Rib satisfies the palate as well as the eye.
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Living up to its name, Tupelo Honey provides honey for its dinner biscuit, along with blueberry jam.
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Looks like the Tupelo Honey serves up some nice comfort food.
I like the look of those new potatoes
Bon appétit! :-)
Short ribs plate looks really yummy!
Since I live near Tupelo, MS, I am wondering where does the Tupelo Honey come from?
Have a wonderful day!
I had thought the phrase “Tupelo Honey” was just a clever, somewhat exotic phrase, and learned that there really is such a thing as Tupelo Honey, made from the blooms of Tupelo trees. I’m guessing that they may now just use local honey or something equivalent since they don’t claim to offer real Tupelo Honey with the biscuit.