This adds nothing to a discussion of cooking and eating in Atlanta.
Meh. Besides the theme picked to appeal to teenage boys and material better fit for the Vice column, this issue was largely crowdsourced content and free blurbs from chefs. A bit of original content from Mr. Ray but otherwise almost no substantial (or mature) discussion of eating and cooking in Atlanta.
Meh, the Agenda 21 stuff is basic demagoguery and grandstanding. Good urban solutions are to a large extent market driven (albeit over a very long time period) and we're seeing more growing around the region, including Cobb County. We'll continue to invest disproportionately in suburban auto development for a few more years yet, but the cracks are starting to show and require a bit more fearmongering to help explain the changes.
Oh good, I was tired of cooking my own diabetes-inducing meals. This will make my slow slide into obesity that much easier.
Also, Paula is a native of Albany, GA. I understand that's not quite as glamorous as Savannah, but is what it is.
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