At Watch Ya Fingas, owner and cooking expert Sheila Turrentine cures feverish hungers with a mountainous menu of from-scratch barbecue meats, flaky catfish, and bountiful sides. Inside the family-friendly, casual diner illuminated by broad windows, Sheila and her grill masters barbecue whole chickens, sausage and beef by the pound, and ribs, searing savory flavors into each entree before it's joined by cornbread or wedged between thick slices of regular bread. The diner’s signature fried catfish joins collard greens and a slice of peach cobbler for a meal more southern than Antarctican cuisine.
Chef Tam spent years in the beauty industry before she finally entered the family business: food. Like the generations before her, she became a chef, driven by fond memories of a childhood spent in the kitchen. Having rekindled a passion for comfort food, she opened Chef Tam's Meals 2 Go, and now ships her comfort cuisine all across the country. Ready-made meals include her signature herb-butter tilapia with dirty rice, meatloaf with green beans, and chicken-fried chicken with roasted potatoes, as well as specialized meal plans that are low in fat or high in protein. Chef Tam also passes on her knowledge during classes, which may cover recipes for pasta, pan-Asian classics, hors d'oeuvres, or baked goods.
Solutions Health & Rehabilitation counsels patients on the path towards both physical and mental health. Therapists guide physical recovery from auto accidents or workplace accidents, helping patients recover and build the strength to return to form. Massage therapists ease common aches and pains in the neck, back, or hips, while counseling services tackle issues such as battering intervention and anger management issues.
He Loves Me Not, 11-year-old Susan Boyd was assembling them into floral bouquets for her grandmother’s, a national flower-show judge. Gifted with years of experience and a knack for eye-pleasing designs, Susan started lining her walls with a variety of awards for her arrangements, ranking as a top floral designer in the United States and winning the FTD America’s Cup Design competition twice. She opened Poseys 'N' Partys Florist in 1978, and she continues to stock the shop’s shelves with her signature lush, freshly cut floral designs alongside exotic plants and gift baskets. She also arranges custom arrangements for myriad special events, including weddings, communions, and public apologies for accidentally disabling your entire block’s cable service.
The staff members at Envirohome, LLC reinvents homes with touches as ecofriendly as they are. After conducting an energy-efficiency evaluation with a thermal-imaging camera, they track down the spots where energy escapes the home or where it's used ineffectively. Then they create a plan of action to reclaim squandered energy, from installing LED lighting to weatherizing or insulating homes.
In 1956, the owners of Cedar Hill Roller Rink stuck a sky-blue sign on the edge of Main Street. With only the word "Skating" displayed in retro block lettering, the sign called out to travelers, urging them to stop inside for classic four-wheeled entertainment. Today, the rink's hardwood surface provides smooth gliding after five decades upkeep, upbeat music, and upstanding gentlemen who know how to ask a gal to dance despite having untimely sweaty palms.