Tomorrows News Today reports that food court stalwart Cinnabon in Lenox Square Mall will be replaced by Wafflery, which will serve up Belgian-style waffles and crepes.
This week's Market Scene from Serious Eats highlights the Marietta Square Farmers Market, with great photos of produce from Ogeechee Peaches.
Charleston is coming into its own as a foodie vacation destination: Gridskipper maps out some restaurant recommendations, while John Kessler's Sunday column in the AJC looked at Charleston-based James Beard Award winner Sean Brock. Kessler followed up with a list of the best chefs in the South, which included another Charleston chef.
The New York Times writes that Parade Publications will introduce a recipe-centric newspaper magazine and Web site called Dash; prototypes of the hard copy are being shopped around the newspapers, who are keen to capitalize on the increased ad-spending from processed foods during the recession.
TLC's new show Food Buddha premiered last night, which follows chef Rodelio Aglibot as he goes to three restaurants in a city and orders one of everything on the menu. The Wall Street Journal interviews the host to see how this conspicuous consumption builds an appreciation for food.
Choice is better. Let the brewers decide if they do better with distributors or not.
Looks like Cliff finally found a place to eat that meets his standards of gayness.
I cant believe that Taqueria Los Hermanos isn't on this list. They have some of…
Following up on the PG/FSB thread: First, I'm a native Atlantan, and I loved Chef…
I'm really disappointed at Mr. Bostock's less than fair review of Lips Atlanta. It sounds…
Were there sliders?