HISTORYBLOG.MEATandTHREE.com
An interactive, historical record of
cafe's, restaurants and diners
serving '1 meat and 3 vegetable' menu items



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New MEATandTHREE.com Blog on Google Blogger Service
Hello, fellow Meat and Three fans. As of late last night (July 29, 2007), MEATandTHREE.com began using a new blogger service.

Click this link to go to the new blog address: meat-and-three-restaurants.blogspot.com

I have had zero trouble with the GoDaddy free blog service, but just felt like I wanted to make a change, and the Blogger resource over at Google seemed to be the one to go with at this time. All of the existing blog articles that I have written under the GoDaddy QuickBlog service will still be available for as long as the MEATandTHREE.com site exists, barring some unforeseen ...
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Posted by Phil Roberson at 7/30/2007 9:06 PM | View Comments (0) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (0)
Adams, TN Schoolhouse Cafeteria and Tea Room
Response to my previous blog post about the Adams Schoolhouse Cafeteria in Adams, TN ...
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Posted by Phil Roberson at 7/19/2007 8:09 AM | View Comments (1) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (0)
Latest additions as of 5/29/07
THANK YOU to several people who have recommended meat and three restaurants to be added to the site. There are many more to come, but here is a quick update on several of the latest additions to the site, as of Tuesday, May 29, 2007 ...
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Posted by Phil Roberson at 5/30/2007 6:02 AM | View Comments (0) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (0)
Lunch at the Copper Kettle Cafe in Nashville, TN
If you enjoy a cozy little place set near a medium-sized, private college in a town that is widely known for its music, its warm and hospitable citizens, and great southern cooking, then the Copper Kettle Cafe & Catering in Nashville, Tennessee might be just the place for you. ...
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Posted by Phil Roberson at 5/29/2007 9:18 AM | View Comments (1) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (0)
Take a Kid to a Meat and Three
Moms and Dads, Grandmothers and Grandfathers, Aunts and Uncles. They take kids to all kinds of places. And, there are all kinds of “Take Your Kid to ____“ days out there throughout the country. Some of them include: work/office, zoos, ball games, camps, movies, fishing, car shows, golf courses, concerts, theaters, colleges, lakes, parks… you get the point. What about making it a point to take a kid to a Meat and Three restaurant, cafe or diner? ...
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Posted by Phil Roberson at 5/18/2007 11:40 AM | View Comments (0) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (0)
Lunch at Sylvan Park in Nashville, TN times three
Sylvan Park is a pretty popular name in Middle Tennessee, serving savory veggies, wonderful meat choices, and delicious desserts, especially the banana pudding and the pies. There is a new meat and three restaurant in the Sylvan Park family occupying the spot previously held by the Knife & Fork Restaurant on Gallatin Road ...
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Posted by Phil Roberson at 5/18/2007 6:15 AM | View Comments (2) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (0)
Carol's Place in Nashville, TN for lunch
One of the things I love so much about meat-and-three restaurants is the variety seen in each one that I visit. While the meats are often the same or similar among most, and the vegetables do not differ much, the diversity of choices allow one to experience an entirely new plate each day. It is also fun (at least to me) to compare the same items from one place to another, noting how you can like one restaurant’s take on green beans, for example, just as much as you can enjoy another restaurant’s preparation of that very same item ...
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Posted by Phil Roberson at 5/17/2007 6:30 AM | View Comments (1) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (0)
Lunch visit to K and F Cafe in Madison, TN
Making the most of a long-standing heritage of meat-and-three restaurant success, the owner of the K & F Cafe in Madison, Tennessee looks to create another story of achievement within the family ...
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Posted by Phil Roberson at 5/17/2007 5:05 AM | View Comments (0) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (0)
Grassland Soda Shop in Franklin, TN is closed
Please note that, according to a note I received today, the Grassland Soda Shop in Franklin is now closed ...
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Posted by Phil Roberson at 5/16/2007 5:20 PM | View Comments (0) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (0)
Walker's Cafeteria in Birmingham, AL
Seeking history or stories about Walker's Cafeteria in Birmingham, AL ...
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Posted by Phil Roberson at 5/14/2007 9:23 AM | View Comments (0) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (0)