elvee 
Member since Dec 13, 2010

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Re: “Sprig

I have to agree with Besha. Some dishes are spot on (the meatloaf, another risotto which is no longer on the menu) while a lot of others just need something to pull them into a cohesive dish. The price point is spot on for the neighborhood, and it is a great addition to the neighborhood. I hope they can fix some things so this can be a really good restaurant, not just something that rumbles along because it's the best thing in the neighborhood.

Posted by elvee on 12/13/2010 at 4:46 PM

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Re: “Beer Jobs Bill hangs in balance, fingers point at Lt. Gov.

Just called to let them know my feelings on this. When the person taking the calls says she will 'add your name to the list of people who have called to support the bill" - you have to wonder how long the list has to be before Mr. Cagle realizes that people are paying attention. How many lists do they really end up with in an average session? I would hope (probably foolishly) that any elected representative would take heed of how they are doing their job, in general, when constituents actually take the time to reach out on any topic.

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Posted by elvee on 02/27/2015 at 10:08 AM

Re: “Atlanta food events, Mar. 17-23

Meanwhile, in LA, Besha is nominated for a James Beard Award for her writing. How many major awards has she been up for since leaving Atlanta? I've lost count....

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Posted by elvee on 03/21/2014 at 1:19 PM

Re: “Daily Hash 1/15/2013: Bourdain's Atlanta 'Layover,' commercial fishing kills, and more

Dave, I believe you are referring to Molly Gunn, co-owner of the Porter Bar (where those pieces were shot). She is also a partner in Delia's Chicken Sausage in East Atlanta.

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Posted by elvee on 01/15/2013 at 3:36 PM

Re: “Boss Kielbasa from Caw Caw Creek

Stephie, I assume you are referring to Charlotte of Riverview Farms? Riverview has a rotation of about 10 kinds of link sausage available at several markets and onboard FarmMobile, their mobile market truck.

Caw Caw does an incredible job with their animals. I would put Riverview's pigs head to head with theirs any day.

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Posted by elvee on 06/04/2012 at 4:21 PM

Re: “Poncey-Highland food trucks shut down by Fulton County

Jerfus, festivals are covered by a specific festival permit which includes food vendors. I believe those vendors have to be checked off by the Health Dept before they can serve. The festival permits define a specific location and timeframe and aren't ongoing interests. Once the permit expires, there can be no more sales.

Posted by elvee on 02/25/2011 at 9:17 AM

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