October 25, 2012 Slideshows

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Christopher Octa

Sublime Doughnuts: Bacon cheddar doughnut. It's bacon... on a doughnut!

- Christopher Octa

Christopher Octa

Meskerem Ethiopian Restaurant: Great for groups and sharing! Their veggie combo with hard-boiled eggs is my go-to meal here.

- Christopher Octa

Christopher Octa

YEAH! Burger: My favorite go-to burger place. Their beef burgers are great, but I look forward to their monthly burgers, and I have yet to find a place with a better turkey burger.

- Christopher Octa

Christopher Octa

Cafe Sunflower: One of my favorite places for vegetarian food. This is the orzo eggplant lasagna.

- Christopher Octa

Christopher Octa

Star Provisions: One of my favorite places to hit up for lunch. They have amazing sandwiches. This one is their roasted turkey sandwich.

- Christopher Octa

Christopher Octa

Noni's Bar and Deli: "Noni's Fries" and a beer are the starting ingredients to an amazing weekend.

- Christopher Octa

Christopher Octa

Rise -N- Dine: After a morning run on the weekend, I love going here for brunch. These are the breakfast chicken sausage tacos. I'll usually get them with sweet potato pancakes.

- Christopher Octa

Christopher Octa

Ria's Bluebird: I love pancakes and Ria's buttermilk pancakes with cameralized bananas are the best pancakes in Atlanta HANDS DOWN!

- Christopher Octa

Haley Draznin

Here is a little peak at my Taste of Atlanta adventure this week!

From left to right, top to bottom: Savory and sweet Waffle House chocolate chip waffles drenched in maple syrup, Cafe Intermezzo's chocolate and banana crepe, 5 Season's apple cider snow cone, Seed Kitchen and Bar's duck sandwich and white truffle chicken sandwich, Jim N' Nick's southern style BBQ ribs and corn, The Optimist and JCT's parmesian french fires, fried chicken and mac n' cheese, Willy's shrimp taco!

Yum! What a great way to check out Atlanta's best food spots!

- Haley Draznin

Daniela Staiculescu

Riverview Farms beef, onion & tomato, H&F bun, Farmer Jeff's sunflower sprouts, Heritage Farm okra.

My favorite summer treat, cooked with love in my kitchen with all Peachtree Road Farmers Market ingredients.

- Daniela Staiculescu

Sarah Pearse

The Hatch Chile Relleno from Taqueria del Sol – only available once a year – smoky, saucy, crunchy.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

The hangar steak panzanella from the Chef’s Counter at No. 246 where Drew Belline carries you away with five incredible courses and leads you up to this one and you guzzle it down with a perfect glass of Barolo.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

A dirty martini – mixed in a mid-century martini pitcher that we found at an Estate Sale in Peachtree Hills – expertly prepared for me by my boyfriend after a tough Friday.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

Homemade hot fudge sundaes – improvised on a Sunday night – a dash of grand marnier, and Scharfen Berger chocolate and topped with toasted peanuts just like McDs.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

Popovers with gruyere – made from the BLT steak recipe – served with unsalted butter and a shaker of grey sea salt - they’re like three different kinds of bread in one – light, crunchy, custardy, cheesy, doughy.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

Absente ice cream – handmade in my kitchenaid attachment – studded with chunks of dark chocolate – minty green with wicked liquor.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

Chocolate chip cookies – huge and underbaked – everyone’s favorite.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

Corn, bacon, and red potato hash with fresh jalepeno and poached eggs – made at home on a Sunday morning when we couldn’t be bothered to get dressed – the potatoes cook in the bacon fat along with the fresh corn off the cob. The poached eggs are made in a twister in your boiling water. Eaten on the couch with cold brewed iced coffee.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

The strangest dessert I ever had at Plume in DC – a blueberry, lemon profiterole topped with spun lemon sugar – I call it a Troll dessert.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

The vegetable plate at Watershed on Peachtree – better than it has ever been – topped with a huge slice of pimiento cheese cornbread.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

My favorite weeknight supper – grilled chicken, sautéed green beans, roasted fingerlings with sea salt, a fresh avocado, marinated baby mozzarella, grape tomatoes.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

Sea Scallop tacos with egg salad and avocado – from El Burro Pollo – the best weekend food anywhere.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

Homemade Asian lettuce wraps with turkey, Portobello, peppers, hoisin, garlic, ginger and topped with crunchy salted peanuts and wrapped up like a taco.

- Sarah Pearse

Sarah Pearse

The Kitchen Sink salad from Community Q – my favorite lunch near Emory – filled with surprises, textures, and always so fresh and served in that big silver bowl.

- Sarah Pearse

Peter Watt

Homemade pork chop with bacon on top, Indian Cole Slaw recipe (taken from The Paleo-Solution book), pickled cucumber salad with apple cider vinegar & onions.

*Too bad the napkin is in the background...

- Peter Watt

Peter Watt

Homemade meat balls (1/2 pork, 1/2 beef) with parmesan cheese, one egg, and a few herbs [slowing cooking each side on the stove]

- Peter Watt

Melonie Tharpe

This photo depicts a friend and hunting buddy, Nate Friday, holding a recently butchered venison leg. That is right. Atlanta has hunters. Not only that, but female hunters. Every year we enter our wild-harvested meats in Chomp and Stomp as some damn fine chili.

- Melonie Tharpe

Sarah Elmore

Pecan Bread Pudding, Dried Cherries, Sorghum Anglaise, @ The Lawrence.

- Sarah Elmore

Peter Watt

At Anis Bistro & Cafe for lunch with my dad:

*I had the Plat de Charcuteries (assortment of prosciutto, saucisson, pâté, olives, and sweet peppers)

- Peter Watt

Peter Watt

At Antico Napoletana:

*Margherita pizza (I'm a meat lover, but their Margherita pizza is simply the best Napoletana-style pizza in Atlanta (in my opinion))

- Peter Watt

Bill Mitchell

Obviously, someone loved the Pumpkin Cheesecake at thanksgiving...busted!

- Bill Mitchell

Caroline Hightower

I noticed last week that our neighbors Denise and Dom Romeo had tweeted (@welike2cook) two photos from their blog using the hashtag #ATLfoodfetish which prompted me to send this email in support of the Romeos food porn photos.

A Google search of the term food porn shows that there are a wide range of definitions and interpretations of its meaning. My definition of food porn is not merely how delicious a dish appears in a glossy, photo-shopped image, it’s the intimacy of experiencing the food itself; how it looks when placed in front of me, how it smells, and the feelings it evokes when I take my first bite.

Most weekends the Romeo family plays host to friends, family and neighbors (lucky us!). Every dish they have served has been a spot-on representation of my definition of food porn - from the delicate pillows of handmade sweet potato gnocchi to perfectly grilled quail.

With rare exception, the Romeos cook a meal from scratch each evening for themselves and their two teenage boys. Several years ago they started a food blog (which has earned quite a bit of attention and praise) to record their recipes. Here are a few of my food porn favorites from their blog “We Like To Cook.”

Grilled Quail - Succulent little birds wrapped in bacon and grilled to ideal doneness; crispy outside and juicy inside.

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage Butter & Pecans - Plump little pillows of love!

Homemade Cavatelli - Soft, tender and at the same time toothsome; perfect accompaniment to your favorite pasta sauce.

Deviled Eggs - Fabulous contrast of firm egg whites with silky yolks flavored with cornichons and capers - Nirvana!

Cherry Clafoutis - Breakfast or dessert - the spongy classic French delicacy with juicy indigenous cherries. This is the kind of treat you want all to yourself (the hide in the closet and eat it all at once kind of treat!)

As a faithful reader of Creative Loafing, I look forward to the Food Issue each year. Thanks for giving readers an opportunity to participate. I hope that you will give consideration to including our friends, the Romeos in the “best of the best” in your Food Issue or at least a featured spot in your online photo gallery.

- Caroline Hightower

My Little Foodies

Chunky fingers wrapped around a great NY bagel.

- My Little Foodies

Peter Watt

At Barcelona Wine Bar & Restaurant:

* PARRILLADA – Argentine Mixed Grill for Two Pork Chop, Half Chicken, Gaucho

Sausage, N.Y. Strip, Papas Fritas, Chimichurri.

*Every piece of meat was simple and not overseasoned; Chimichurri added a nice wetness to the dish as well.

Sorry I couldn't describe each dish in more detail (which I normally love to do), for I am at work, haha...

- Peter Watt

Kim Ware

My other recent comfort food fetish: full disclaimer, my husband's the chef at Bone Garden Cantina. Which makes it all too easy for me to have him bring me home another favorite, one that also does the trick for chilly nights or to ease my fall allergies -- their shrimp enchiladas. To die for.

- Kim Ware

Heather Seely
Sarah Elmore

Bread Pudding, self made.

- Sarah Elmore

Robyn Singer/ Photo by Lauren Harris

If this slice of "breakfast pizza" from My Little Foodies's blog isn't food porn, then I don't know what is. Aside from this blog being absolutely fab, I love S&J's Woodfire Pizza, which I believe can only be found at farmers markets and food festivals like Peachtree Road Farmer's market. Eggs, hand-made bacon, and Sriracha on a pizza....yes please! :)

- Robyn Singer/ Photo by Lauren Harris

Paul Snyder

My shot at Jamie Oliver's penne carbonara with zucchini and summer squash. Eggy, creamy, cheezy, panchetta-y. #Boss. And dead sexy.

- Paul Snyder

Heather Seely
Caroline Hightower

I noticed last week that our neighbors Denise and Dom Romeo had tweeted (@welike2cook) two photos from their blog using the hashtag #ATLfoodfetish which prompted me to send this email in support of the Romeos food porn photos.

A Google search of the term food porn shows that there are a wide range of definitions and interpretations of its meaning. My definition of food porn is not merely how delicious a dish appears in a glossy, photo-shopped image, it’s the intimacy of experiencing the food itself; how it looks when placed in front of me, how it smells, and the feelings it evokes when I take my first bite.

Most weekends the Romeo family plays host to friends, family and neighbors (lucky us!). Every dish they have served has been a spot-on representation of my definition of food porn - from the delicate pillows of handmade sweet potato gnocchi to perfectly grilled quail.

With rare exception, the Romeos cook a meal from scratch each evening for themselves and their two teenage boys. Several years ago they started a food blog (which has earned quite a bit of attention and praise) to record their recipes. Here are a few of my food porn favorites from their blog “We Like To Cook.”

Grilled Quail - Succulent little birds wrapped in bacon and grilled to ideal doneness; crispy outside and juicy inside.

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage Butter & Pecans - Plump little pillows of love!

Homemade Cavatelli - Soft, tender and at the same time toothsome; perfect accompaniment to your favorite pasta sauce.

Deviled Eggs - Fabulous contrast of firm egg whites with silky yolks flavored with cornichons and capers - Nirvana!

Cherry Clafoutis - Breakfast or dessert - the spongy classic French delicacy with juicy indigenous cherries. This is the kind of treat you want all to yourself (the hide in the closet and eat it all at once kind of treat!)

As a faithful reader of Creative Loafing, I look forward to the Food Issue each year. Thanks for giving readers an opportunity to participate. I hope that you will give consideration to including our friends, the Romeos in the “best of the best” in your Food Issue or at least a featured spot in your online photo gallery.

- Caroline Hightower

Heather Seely
Caroline Hightower

I noticed last week that our neighbors Denise and Dom Romeo had tweeted (@welike2cook) two photos from their blog using the hashtag #ATLfoodfetish which prompted me to send this email in support of the Romeos food porn photos.

A Google search of the term food porn shows that there are a wide range of definitions and interpretations of its meaning. My definition of food porn is not merely how delicious a dish appears in a glossy, photo-shopped image, it’s the intimacy of experiencing the food itself; how it looks when placed in front of me, how it smells, and the feelings it evokes when I take my first bite.

Most weekends the Romeo family plays host to friends, family and neighbors (lucky us!). Every dish they have served has been a spot-on representation of my definition of food porn - from the delicate pillows of handmade sweet potato gnocchi to perfectly grilled quail.

With rare exception, the Romeos cook a meal from scratch each evening for themselves and their two teenage boys. Several years ago they started a food blog (which has earned quite a bit of attention and praise) to record their recipes. Here are a few of my food porn favorites from their blog “We Like To Cook.”

Grilled Quail - Succulent little birds wrapped in bacon and grilled to ideal doneness; crispy outside and juicy inside.

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage Butter & Pecans - Plump little pillows of love!

Homemade Cavatelli - Soft, tender and at the same time toothsome; perfect accompaniment to your favorite pasta sauce.

Deviled Eggs - Fabulous contrast of firm egg whites with silky yolks flavored with cornichons and capers - Nirvana!

Cherry Clafoutis - Breakfast or dessert - the spongy classic French delicacy with juicy indigenous cherries. This is the kind of treat you want all to yourself (the hide in the closet and eat it all at once kind of treat!)

As a faithful reader of Creative Loafing, I look forward to the Food Issue each year. Thanks for giving readers an opportunity to participate. I hope that you will give consideration to including our friends, the Romeos in the “best of the best” in your Food Issue or at least a featured spot in your online photo gallery.

- Caroline Hightower

Ryan Denney

Homemade snacks consisting of Hershey's Kisses melted on top of Nutter Butter bites.

The combination of peanut butter and chocolate is a classic taste, and by combining two separate snacks of these flavors into one you get an amazing taste.

- Ryan Denney

Charmaine J. Clemons

Kale, spinach, ginger, almonds, pineapple, mango, banana, chia seeds, coconut milk.

- Charmaine J. Clemons

Stephanie Dazey

Tonkotsu ramen @ Umaido.

The rich Tonkotsu broth and tender pork are disarmingly satisfying, but the texture of Umaido's ramen noodles are nothing short of transcendent. Rarely does the simple act of chewing melt into sensory euphoria the way it does with these handmade strands of felicity. Slurp. Chew. Savor. Repeat...often.

- Stephanie Dazey

Peter Watt

Chanterelle mushrooms being lightly and delicately simmered in butter before being placed onto sunny side up eggs.

Enjoy, and thank you so much for posting my Antico Napoletana pizza picture in one of your recent posts!

You all are really helping in the advancement of culinary knowledge and culture in this fine city.

- Peter Watt

Anna Hill

Shh!! It's a beer!

This lovely flight of beer was enjoyed on a lazy Saturday afternoon at Dunwoody's Moondog Growlers.

The fine folks at Dunwoody's Moondog Growlers were kind enough to allow us to "try before you buy." My husband and I were there trying and buying as we comforted my sister in law who needed to drown her divorce sorrows this past Saturday. (Hey, fat lazy jackass, you don't work for two years even though you are a certified teacher, guess what happens?!?! You lose your wife!!!)

We had one flight (well two)...EACH...and then proudly carried our new growlers home, precious as a newborn baby. The beer was consumed faster than you can say Honey Boo Boo.

A good time was had by all, and even though the next day we all said: Shh!! It's a Hangover, it was totally worth it!

- Anna Hill

Caroline Hightower

I noticed last week that our neighbors Denise and Dom Romeo had tweeted (@welike2cook) two photos from their blog using the hashtag #ATLfoodfetish which prompted me to send this email in support of the Romeos food porn photos.

A Google search of the term food porn shows that there are a wide range of definitions and interpretations of its meaning. My definition of food porn is not merely how delicious a dish appears in a glossy, photo-shopped image, it’s the intimacy of experiencing the food itself; how it looks when placed in front of me, how it smells, and the feelings it evokes when I take my first bite.

Most weekends the Romeo family plays host to friends, family and neighbors (lucky us!). Every dish they have served has been a spot-on representation of my definition of food porn - from the delicate pillows of handmade sweet potato gnocchi to perfectly grilled quail.

With rare exception, the Romeos cook a meal from scratch each evening for themselves and their two teenage boys. Several years ago they started a food blog (which has earned quite a bit of attention and praise) to record their recipes. Here are a few of my food porn favorites from their blog “We Like To Cook.”

Grilled Quail - Succulent little birds wrapped in bacon and grilled to ideal doneness; crispy outside and juicy inside.

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage Butter & Pecans - Plump little pillows of love!

Homemade Cavatelli - Soft, tender and at the same time toothsome; perfect accompaniment to your favorite pasta sauce

Deviled Eggs - Fabulous contrast of firm egg whites with silky yolks flavored with cornichons and capers - Nirvana!

Cherry Clafoutis - Breakfast or dessert - the spongy classic French delicacy with juicy indigenous cherries. This is the kind of treat you want all to yourself (the hide in the closet and eat it all at once kind of treat!)

As a faithful reader of Creative Loafing, I look forward to the Food Issue each year. Thanks for giving readers an opportunity to participate. I hope that you will give consideration to including our friends, the Romeos in the “best of the best” in your Food Issue or at least a featured spot in your online photo gallery.

- Caroline Hightower

Leigha Baugham

Seared sea scallops and beer braised mussels at Five Seasons Brewery – June 7, 2011. I live in Midtown yet I rarely make it over to West Midtown, still think about this awesome meal.

- Leigha Baugham

Leigha Baugham

East West Bistro brunch on one of my first trips to Athens. Aug. 7, 2011.

- Leigha Baugham

Leigha Baugham

Mike’s Bone Lick BBQ – Friday, Aug 24, ,2012. Love the vibe of the place, but as a native North Carolinian, the sauces and spices were way too hot, couldn’t even finish my meal. None of the sauces were mild and the spice was cooked into to the meat so you couldn’t really avoid it. Even my collards were spicy. I know I’m a wuss when it comes to heat, but you should be able to kick up the heat based on your own taste buds :/

- Leigha Baugham

Steven Lingenfelter

El progresso's amazing taco counter in the back of el progresso #14. I just also have to add that this place is directly across the street from Atlanta's own U.S penitentiary. Do yourself a huge favor and let the lady behind the taco counter fill your belly. Try the barbacoa, al pastor, carnitas, or maybe a torta. Also if you like hot try the chiles in the two big bowls on the counter, they will make you sweat.

- Steven Lingenfelter

Nadia Aziz

Bocado at Lunch - Roasted Cauliflower Sandwich.

Finally, a vegetarian sandwich that isn't glorified grilled cheese. Instead there's crunchy cauliflower, silky eggplant and some kicky mayo that all tastes scrumptious!

- Nadia Aziz

Nicholas Wittenmyer

I make my own dough for this crostata in the food processor. It includes parmesan and mascarpone.

The filling has sauteed swiss chard, parmesan, garlic, ricotta, cayenne and so on. I make the dough ahead of time and can knock this out in about 30 minutes. It is delicious straight out of the oven as a main course. I have added ham and other ingredients to make variations of it.

- Nicholas Wittenmyer

Nick Oltarsh

Stone Crab Claws: So deliciously crabby and sweet and sustainable as well. I checked on the monterey bay aquarium site and stone crab is a best choice option. Good eats, no guilt.

- Nick Oltarsh

Nick Oltarsh

Shrooms: Fungi umani at its best.

- Nick Oltarsh

Nick Oltarsh

Radishes: Who wouldn't want to indulge in a zippy and whiskered red radish bedecked with fresh butter and crunchy gros sel? And then sandwich it between some toothsome brown bread; add more salt and butter please! Does anyone have any lardo about?

- Nick Oltarsh

Christina Cardy

This homemade key lime curd topped with summer berries is housed in a buttery, graham cracker crust. The tart, tangy citrus flavors of the key limes contrast the sweetness of juicy strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries in a euphoric explosion of flavor. Is it summer yet?

- Christina Cardy

Christina Cardy

I baked these Southern Pride Cupcakes for a special, Southern gent. A cherry-packed, whiskey-infused, buttercream frosting floats on top of a decadent cake that boasts flavors of whiskey, pecan, and tart cherry. Needless to say, we went on a second date.

- Christina Cardy

Christina Cardy

Homemade apricot and hazelnut schnapps cupcakes.

The sophisticated flavors of hazelnut schnapps, apricot, and a dark chocolate ganache give these cupcakes an adult taste and texture, but you'll feel like a kid when you go back for seconds!

- Christina Cardy

Peter Watt

Fox Bros BBQ (this past weekend): The Combo Plate [Ribs and Chopped Beef Brisket] with potato salad and Brunswick stew.

- Peter Watt

Jeff Thompson

These two hot fudge brownie items (with beer ice cream) with a side of bacon on top were purchased at The Porter in L5P.

- Jeff Thompson

Jobe

Poutine fromThe Fry Guy food truck. Gravy, cheese curds, and the worlds best French fries!!

- Jobe

Sarah Elmore

Raw/Vegan Matcha Brownies, self made.

- Sarah Elmore

Ian Hosein

Fourth of July meat plate.

- Ian Hosein

Heather Seely
Alex Lassiter

Brussel sprouts from Sound Table.

- Alex Lassiter

Alex Lassiter

Scallops from Sound Table.

- Alex Lassiter

Ryan Denney

Cheese pizza at St. Angelo's in Smyrna.

While sitting on the patio at St. Angelo's, one should always eat a nice pizza.

- Ryan Denney

Heather Seely
Teddy Spaghetty

Pho from Pho Dai Loi in Forest Park.

- Teddy Spaghetty

Robert Owens

Grand Champion BBQ.

- Robert Owens

Robert Owens

Grand Champion BBQ.

- Robert Owens

Robert Owens

Grand Champion BBQ.

- Robert Owens

Robert Owens

Grand Champion BBQ.

- Robert Owens

Robert Owens

Grand Champion BBQ.

- Robert Owens

Mandolin Morris

OMG fruit kabobs with dip, mini pumpkin pies with whipped cream, from scratch brownies. Classy Edgewood/Atlanta baby shower.

Food provided/homemade by Jazmin Blais and Jill Caramella!

- Mandolin Morris

Bill Mitchell

Every summer I get tomatoes from Mothers in south Alabama. These came for my sisters farmer's market, Farmers Daughter. Then I secretly slather white bread with New Orleans made Blue Plate, sprinkle with Maldon Sea Flake salt and fresh ground extra bold Indian Black Pepper. Nothing Better in ATL...

- Bill Mitchell

Fiona Sites-Bowen

Here's a pic of a tomato & peach tart from La Tavola during their TomatoFeast this August. Basically the best thing I've ever put in my mouth. Sweet-and-sour, warm tart combined with cold ice cream, perfect crust... It's making me drool just typing about it months later.

- Fiona Sites-Bowen

Sarah Elmore

Raw/ Vegan Fruit Tart, self made.

- Sarah Elmore

Heather Seely
Heather Seely
Caroline Hightower

I noticed last week that our neighbors Denise and Dom Romeo had tweeted (@welike2cook) two photos from their blog using the hashtag #ATLfoodfetish which prompted me to send this email in support of the Romeos food porn photos.

A Google search of the term food porn shows that there are a wide range of definitions and interpretations of its meaning. My definition of food porn is not merely how delicious a dish appears in a glossy, photo-shopped image, it’s the intimacy of experiencing the food itself; how it looks when placed in front of me, how it smells, and the feelings it evokes when I take my first bite.

Most weekends the Romeo family plays host to friends, family and neighbors (lucky us!). Every dish they have served has been a spot-on representation of my definition of food porn - from the delicate pillows of handmade sweet potato gnocchi to perfectly grilled quail.

With rare exception, the Romeos cook a meal from scratch each evening for themselves and their two teenage boys. Several years ago they started a food blog (which has earned quite a bit of attention and praise) to record their recipes. Here are a few of my food porn favorites from their blog “We Like To Cook.”

Grilled Quail - Succulent little birds wrapped in bacon and grilled to ideal doneness; crispy outside and juicy inside.

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage Butter & Pecans - Plump little pillows of love!

Homemade Cavatelli - Soft, tender and at the same time toothsome; perfect accompaniment to your favorite pasta sauce.

Deviled Eggs - Fabulous contrast of firm egg whites with silky yolks flavored with cornichons and capers - Nirvana!

Cherry Clafoutis - Breakfast or dessert - the spongy classic French delicacy with juicy indigenous cherries. This is the kind of treat you want all to yourself (the hide in the closet and eat it all at once kind of treat!)

As a faithful reader of Creative Loafing, I look forward to the Food Issue each year. Thanks for giving readers an opportunity to participate. I hope that you will give consideration to including our friends, the Romeos in the “best of the best” in your Food Issue or at least a featured spot in your online photo gallery.

- Caroline Hightower

Heather Seely
Kim Ware

I work at Colony Square, and one of my vices, particularly when I'm having a bad day or it's very cold in the office, is to go downstairs to Tamarind Seed and spend more than I should on their shrimp masaman curry. Soooo good. And it ALWAYS makes me feel better.

- Kim Ware

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Leo Ladefian

Ammazza pizza frittata (fried pizza).

- Leo Ladefian

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