It always shocked me that such a southern delicacy could go unnoticed. It’s a classic dish and can be served a variety of ways: vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, soy free, nut free, with meat, peppered, and everything in between. This type of deliciousness is made from the simplest ingredients. Figuratively speaking, that’s me. Eric
And at times, brunch is better for dinner.
I’m on the road, finally. And starting in Lexington as planned. Everyone has kept in touch after my epic send-off, and I promise I’ll let you know where I’m headed next just as soon as I figure it out myself. Maybe I’ll literally be following a biscuit crumb trail. I’ve always had a strong interest in travel and embracing new experiences, especially integrating myself into new cultures. In fact, studying sociology in college made me realize how much I want to meet people from all walks of life. I want to hear their stories and help create my own. And food brings people together. It’s as if chowing down is a universal language for comfort. So it makes sense that I meet my people at a local brunch eatery no matter where I might land (I’m always enticed by a vegetarian-friendly menu). This time, it happened to be at Doodles, a dainty downtown hub in Lexington, Kentucky. There’s nothing like it.