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Bird’s the word Article

Paper Crane Lounge offers a cozy retreat atop award-winning Staplehouse | more...

Iron maidens Article

Cast Iron Chronicles heads to the Beard House, challenging myths around soul food, gender, and race in the food industry | more...

Easy being green Article

The Common Market Georgia helps small-scale farmers into large-scale kitchens | more...

SEE & DO: Atlanta Winter Beer Fest Article

Atlanta Winter Wine Fest will feature more than 150 beers, wines, and ciders on Jan. 27 at Atlantic Station | more...

Meet JS Kitchen Article

It’s the Korean take-out shop you never knew you needed | more...

Farming while black Article

How a small but mighty community is working to support and empower Georgia’s black farmers | more...

What the chefs want Article

Need some last-minute gift ideas for the foodie in your life? Atlanta chefs got you covered | more...

JuicyDrop hopes to transcend trends Article

Downtown Decatur’s newest salad, poké, and juice bar offers more than meets the eye | more...

The art of preservation Article

Once needed for times of scarcity, canning and pickling are now some of the hottest ways to prepare fresh food | more...

Concrete Jungle gets its own beer Article

Wild Heaven Beer partners with the nonprofit to create a beer brewed from locally foraged fruits | more...

Creature Comforts stays G-O-L-D Article

The Athens brewery’s collaborative Run the Jewels beer debuts this week in Atlanta | more...

Catching up with Red Brick Brewing Article

Georgia’s oldest operating brewery celebrates 24 years in the biz this weekend | more...

Move over La Croix, there’s a new sparkling water in town Article

Meet Montane, the locally sourced, locally canned, locally owned alternative to whatever you’re drinking now | more...

When the chefs go OTP Article

Intown restaurateurs are flocking to the ‘burbs en masse ... but why?

Web roundup - what we’re gobbling online - Sept 8, 2011 Article

Atlanta one step closer to Sunday alcohol sales. The AJC’s Jim Galloway reports that Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed plans to sign the measure passed by City Council on Tuesday regarding Sunday sales.

What Now Atlanta reports that Reuben’s Deli is going mobile. Enter Rolling Reuben’s, the newest addition to Atlanta’s foodtruck scene.

The Telegraph reported last week that Domino’s Japan plans to...

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Headline of the Week - August 7, 2011 Article

The winner is from the Huffington Post:

“Mealbreakers: Sushi Sauce Contained Semen, Woman’s Lawsuit Claims”

The original source of the story is Eater New York. But the Huffington Post article also includes links to photos of other inappropriately “seasoned” dishes.

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Monday food links - June 28, 2010 Article

Kombucha tea might have as much alcohol content as some beers, according to the New York Times Diner’s Journal. The thing is that it keeps fermenting even after it’s been bottled, so it just keeps getting more and more alcoholic.

Fish double-header! (Double-finner?) Both from the NYT.

Genetically-altered salmon are now under study by the FDA for possible approval. These salmon are pretty...

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Monday food links - June 21, 2010 Article

The BP “I Hate to Clean Up” cookbook from The New Yorker is hilarious. “Another Thought from Chef Tony: Who wants to slave over a hot stove all day? Call Morty’s Deli. They deliver. Don’t you want your life back?” Ooh. Bazinga.

Yale University confirms what all parents probably knew all along: kids think food tastes better when there are cartoon characters on the package.

One thing you...

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