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"Porkand greens" is the very flat-footed name for a very unflat-footed dish served at Howlin' Wolf, Sarasota's "Southern restaurant with a Creole twist."

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Grilled pork tenderloin slices are served over a bed of chopped collard greens topped with black-eyed peas, with lightly garlicked mashed potatoes and a vegetable on the side. Now that's an $11.95 plateful of good food to those who can appreciate real Southern cuisine.

It's just one of the dozen or so "down South" dinners served by Howlin' Wolf's founder and owner, Arcadia native Eric Bethel. You'll find the restaurant in the Coral Cove Plaza, 7286 S. Tamiami Trail (941-929-1571).

Not a meat eater? Try the Delta shrimp, with blackened shrimp in a spicy cream sauce served over fried green tomatoes. And, sure, you can have mashed potatoes or rice pilaf with that, too.

This place is worth the trip.
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Author:Ardren, Bob
Publication:Sarasota Magazine
Date:Jun 1, 2005
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