An ongoing go-round between restaurant owners about claims to use of the names “Miss Calabash” and “Mrs. Calabash” has spurred food for thought (see write-up on this week’s food page in the Tides section of the Beacon).
When Calabash restaurateurs Shawn Bellamy and Crystal Coleman-Nixon challenged a new restaurant about use of anything even remotely resembling Miss, Mrs. or, as we say down South, Miz or Mamaw Calabash, a nosy reporter—aka me—started nosing around.
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