Ford Fry to take over Bluepointe. Ford Fry has done it again. The chef officially announced that he will be opening a restaurant in the former Bluepointe space in... (A new Ford Fry eatery will replace Bluepointe in Buckhead this fall.
This food processor cake is moist and tender. Before serving, the cake is brushed with whiskey-laced syrup, then covered with jam-flavored fruit and served with sour cream or crème... (Leftover liquor?
The passage of the Affordable Care Act and its implementation gives us a rare opportunity to change the way we see nutrition: food is medicine, and we have the chance to codify that belief into our health care system.
The theme of the 15th Annual Southern Foodways Symposium was Barbecue: An Exploration of Pitmaster, Places, Smoke, and Sauces, so it's no surprise that whole hog was on the menu. Noted smoker chefs from around the South were in attendance to show off their pit prowess, including Rodney Scott of Scott's Pit Cook Bar-B-Que in Hemingway, SC and Sam Jones from the Skylight Inn in Ayden, NC, who both took on whole animals. Cooking for an assemblage of almost 400 foodies from across the country is always an intimidating task; tackling a whole hog takes a big ol' set of mountain oysters.
Shafer Vineyards Relentless Napa Valley 2008 | 96 points / $60 | 3,300 cases made | Napa Valley
Relentless, a riveting blend of Syrah and Petite Sirah, is a groundbreaking red from a region and a winery better known for producing stellar Cabernet Sauvignons. From his first vintage in 1978, founder John Shafer, joined by his son, Doug, steadily built the family winery into one of Napa’s elite; their signature Hillside Select Cabernet is one of California’s most sought-after reds.
Over at National, friends of Eater were recruited to rep the best and most overrated dining cities in the country. Atlanta gets a few mentions— Eater's co-founder Ben Leventhal and... (Is Atlanta's dining scene overrated?
To closeout 2012, Eater's surveying friends, industry types, bloggers, and readers. We've already covered Best Standbys; now, we look at the year's best newcomers. Readers, please do add your opinions...
As the holiday season gets rolling, you’re going to be invited to plenty of parties. Sometimes, you just won’t know what to bring. I’m here to crack that code with five great gifts for your hosts, each gift being $20 or less. All you have to do is answer a few simple questions...
The Atlanta Local Food Initiative (ALFI) is a network that joins individuals, corporations, nonprofits, universities, and governmental agencies to build a local food system that enhances human health, promotes environmental renewal, fosters local economies, and links rural and urban communities.
“SAVANNAHIANS ARE THE LUCKIEST people in the world,” declares interior design author Charles Faudree at the 2012 Savannah Book Festival. A year ago, evaluating like the tourist I was, I believed his statement. Now, a local myself, seated behind the blue bloods with the blue hair blocking the alabaster abs of Greek gods in the Telfair Sculpture Garden, I feel lost, not lucky.
The new venture by Tongue and Groove owners Michael Krohngold, Scott Strumlauf, and David Kreidler, the Joint Barroom, opens today in Lindbergh City Center. The "turbo-pub" sits next door to Tongue and Groove in what used to be the nightclub's dance room and serves cocktails (including a rotating menu of cocktails on tap), wine, craft beer, and moonshine as well as small plates like hot boiled peanuts and soft pretzels with cheddar beer cheese and msutard every Monday through Saturday from 5 p.m. onward.