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Why We Serve Wild American Shrimp

We’re proud to serve wild-caught and sustainable wild american shrimp at all our locations. In addition to helping support the U.S. economy, wild-caught shrimp are significantly better for the environment! According to the World Wildlife Fund, farmed shrimp accounts for a whopping 55 percent of the shrimp produced globally. A steady stream of organic waste, chemicals […]

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Team Tupelo Spotlight: Lindsey Farris-Felty

We take our commitment to our people and core values seriously! We are speaking with Lindsey Farris-Felty, a Service Captain of our Greenville location, about her over three-and-a-half-year tenure at Tupelo Honey. What is the path that led you to Tupelo and what made you decide to join the team? I started working for Tupelo […]

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Perfect Pairings with Mishelle

Perfect Pairings We recently visited with Mishelle DeTillio, our beverage manager out of our flagship location in Downtown Asheville. She shared some her favorite scratch-made Southern food and drink pairings off our menus! Boozy Rooster paired with the Pimento Pickle Burger Our Boozy Rooster is made with Chicken Cock bourbon from nearby Charleston, SC, fresh […]

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A Taste of Tupelo at the Beard House

Chef Eric Gabrynowicz and members of our amazing culinary team WOWED at the James Beard House on 12/11! They prepared a Taste of Tupelo, featuring elevated Southern dishes with incredible flavors and responsibly-sourced ingredients. “I equate the experience to hitting home runs in Yankee stadium. You don’t realize how special it is until you are […]

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Ask Chef Eric

You submitted your most pressing questions via Facebook and Instagram, and Chef Eric has the answers. Watch now to find out the secret to cooking bacon, plus tips to get the perfect holiday prime rib. Chef Eric also gets personal with his favorite holiday menu item as well as his most meaningful dish! P.S. Find […]

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Food for Thought: Hominy

What is hominy? Hominy is a staple in many Mexican & Southern recipes and used in many of our dishes at Tupelo. Hominy is simply corn kernels that have undergone a process called nixtamalization. The kernels are soaked in either lye or lime (the mineral, not the citrus) which causes them to puff up to […]

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More Southern Sayings Explained (Kind Of)

Ever wondered what it means when someone says you’re “too big for your britches”? We took to the streets in Asheville, NC to see if we could find the answer!   Tupelo Honey Tees & Tanks Our collection of Southern Pictograph tees & tanks make the perfect gift for anyone! Shop the full collection here!

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Team Tupelo at World Central Kitchen

Tupelo Honey has deep roots in the Carolinas and we are heartbroken over the damage Hurricane Florence has caused to our beautiful communities, particularly those in the eastern part of our state. While the worst of the storm may be over, we recognize that recovery will be a long process for many in the hardest […]

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Back to School with Tupelo Honey

School is back in session, and with it comes the return of after-school activities of all kinds. Chess club, soccer practice, ballet class, and Kelly’s can’t-miss slumber party all seem to fall on the same day, making it almost impossible to get the whole family around the supper table for a meal together. Tupelo is […]

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The Wackiest State Fair Foods

The State Fair is a time-honored tradition across the U.S. that features daring amusement rides, petting zoos and livestock competitions, and most importantly – some of the craziest food concoctions you can imagine! If it can be prepared fried or on a stick, you can bet it’s been found at the fair at some point. […]

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