Ever wonder why it's so hard to light peanut butter on fire? No? Well, in any event, findings of a recent study published in Environmental Health Perspectives could explain why. Researchers at the University of Texas School of Public Health found that samples of peanut butter, cold cuts, and other fatty foods all contained traces of a highly toxic flame retardant: hexabromocyclododecane (HBCD).
What do butter, beet, and bubble gum have in common? They're all Kit Kat flavors in Japan! (Nice find @Francis_Lam!)
Atlanta magazine's "Drink Up!" issue hit the stands this week and includes a great round-up of Atlanta's best watering holes, pubs, and cocktail bars.
Love it, or hate it, food blogging is ZOMG!, a thing. Foodista and Zephyr Adventures (organizers of the International Food Blogger Conference) conducted the State of Food Blogging Survey to see just how much of a thing food blogging has become.
The Vice Lolly is a popsicle in the shape of a gun, laced with holy water and absinthe. How bizzah. (bizzah as pronounced by New Zealand musical group OMC in the nineties classic, How Bizarre)
WOW, Cliff writes an article promoting a $9 crappy steak at a gay bar and…
Oh, this is sad.
Great, great food. I have been there 3 times. The smoked chicken wings rock. The…
NYE Party at Smoke Ring with Sweet Auburn String Band. Come hang!
Old ass thread, but I'll bite. I've eaten at many of Atlanta's most esteemed restaurants…
I could seriously live on their deviled eggs fried green tomatoes.