Thanks. I guess there are some caul fat haters on this board. I like the Buford Highway Farmers Market - I will give a shot. The Gorgeous One just can't eat too much - I have to keep it twisted steel and sex appeal.
not only is this a well written article, it makes me want to go out and buy pork, something I have never ever in my life cooked.
Breakfast with Santa, something great for the kids.
"[It is] very inexpensive; we sell it at the shop. You can get it at Buford Highway Farmers Market, you can get it at the Sweet Auburn Market."
Where can you buy caul fat?
This looks amazing. However, I see a bell pepper on the counter, and bell pepper is mentioned in the article. But it's not on the receipt, nor in the recipe. WHAT IS GOING ON HERE I DEMAND ANSWERS.
Love pork belly.
Some food just doesn't photograph well, even if it is tasty.
Nothing wrong with grease on the walls if the burger is tasty.
That building and all of the ones next to it down to the Dunkin Doughnuts on Piedmont will all get leveled soon for a new development. That might have played into the change as well.
"record rainfall, feral pigs, and China are to blame"
this isn't the first time i've heard that before. my high school reunion was a disaster for similar reasons.
"...years earlier she operated a restaurant in Little Five Points whose decor duplicated that of a mobile home."
What was the name of this?
The Gorgeous One loves pork belly.
I love their food (only been to heirloom) but agree that some of the dishes and sauces are way to sweet, which has limited my weekly trips to occasional visits. Please - less sugar!!
I have to agree with "cloyingly sweet." It also happens with some of the Korean influenced items at Heirloom. Doesn't keep me from going to either place but I find myself with limited menu items. Overly sweet dishes tend to monopolize my taste buds, altering how I taste other things.
As an attorney I can't help but agree about the weighted legislation in Ga., however in regards to a comparative analysis of micro-breweries to micro-wineries, clearly the breweries have a more favorable stance especially within the city of Atlanta. I do enjoy being able to get a growler of beer but I would prefer to have the option to appease my pallet with good wine from the winery without having to go an excessive distance to get it. I think this article is very informative and concise. I am anxiously awaiting the arrival of such a day when my yearning for a local micro-winery will be supported by state and municipal legislature. Keep up the good fight Urban Vines and know your supporters are here.
Very impressive indeed! It is nice to see more and more Nepali (Nepalese) restaurants coming up around the world. They are becoming very popular with many Nepali people migrating abroad. We also have many Nepali restaurants in Australia including Sagarmatha Nepali Restaurant www.sagarmatha.com.au which introduced Nepali cuisine to South Australians in 2000. They have excellent Nepalese dishes in their menu.
The Gorgeous One usually plays beer pong and flip cup with high gravity beers because my beers need to be as strong as my 235lbs of twisted steel and sex appeal.
also what is up with the olive/lemon zest chode?
@Lorenzo you don't want to eat warm water oysters raw
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