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Tuesday January 4, 2022 04:25 pm EST
Cliff Bostock's January 2022 Grazing Recommendations | more...

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Thursday December 2, 2021 05:20 pm EST
Texas-Vietnam mash up, plus a bargain among rising food prices | more...

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Monday November 1, 2021 04:00 am EDT
“It’s a miracle!” I shouted, looking into the pan atop my antique stove. There, simmering in their own fat and turning crispy, were chunks of pork — the authentic Mexican carnitas I have complained about being unable to find in Atlanta restaurants for 30 years. Lightly aromatic with chiles, garlic, and citrus, the carnitas begged to be folded into tortillas with salsa verde and pico de gallo.... | more...

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Thursday October 7, 2021 01:19 pm EDT
Kura is a revolving door of tastes | more...

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Tuesday August 31, 2021 04:55 pm EDT
Rodney Scott’s Whole Hog is just that! | more...

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Friday August 6, 2021 09:09 am EDT
Abby Singer, Nam Phuong, and ‘High on the Hog’ | more...

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Thursday July 1, 2021 02:12 pm EDT
From Buford Highway to Chattahoochee Avenue — that’s a lot of territory, indeed | more...

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Thursday June 3, 2021 09:53 am EDT
Lunch at El Viñedo Local, dinner from Krystal, lecturing cheap tippers, exploring new foodie media | more...

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Monday May 3, 2021 12:42 pm EDT
Grazing surveys some Atlanta hot dogs | more...

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Tuesday April 6, 2021 01:32 pm EDT
The borderless menus of Botica and Mukja | more...

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Thursday March 4, 2021 10:01 am EST
And a cheap fix you can buy right off the shelf | more...

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Tuesday December 8, 2020 09:33 am EST
The pandemic makes critics self-critical but Hispanic street food still tastes really good | more...

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Monday November 9, 2020 10:27 am EST
Doughnuts, weenies, purple ice cream, and fried pork chop sandwiches | more...

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Saturday October 3, 2020 10:26 am EDT
Not all great chefs feed humans. We’ll get to that, but first I should explain that I’m not a homebody. I’ve always seen my psychology clients in my home office in Grant Park, but I’ve done most of my writing in coffee shops. I even dedicated my 400-page doctoral dissertation to the staff of the Ansley Starbucks. Now, thanks to COVID-19, I have no choice but to sit in place at home. That brings... | more...

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Wednesday September 9, 2020 09:49 am EDT
During the pandemic, treat yourself to dinner and yourself | more...

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Wednesday August 5, 2020 04:44 pm EDT
It was mid-July and I had not eaten in a restaurant in four months — not even outdoors. The idea was terrifying. I imagined people huddled on crowded patios, inhaling and exhaling the coronavirus like smoke in a hookah lounge. They would all be 23 and drunk, flaunting their dolphinlike lungs and uncreased skin, or they would be escapees from nursing homes blowing kisses through fingers coated... | more...

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Tuesday June 30, 2020 11:45 am EDT
Old times there must be forgotten | more...

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Thursday June 4, 2020 11:14 am EDT
But the reward is the same | more...

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Friday May 1, 2020 12:09 am EDT
Jarrett Stieber ‘radically’ transforms the dining experience | more...

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Monday April 6, 2020 11:32 am EDT
It’s hard to write enthusiastically about restaurants when they’ve become precarious stages for a public health drama. As I am writing this, Mayor Bill de Blasio has ordered New York City restaurants and bars to close and, just as I turn this in, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has mandated the same for Atlanta. The coronavirus pandemic is causing mass hysteria unlike any most Americans have seen... | more...

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Monday March 2, 2020 04:08 pm EST
The good life invades the BeltLine, Mamak offers vegan, the Harp spurts 40 intoxicants | more...

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Tuesday February 4, 2020 01:45 pm EST
First visit, first impressions | more...

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Friday January 3, 2020 11:48 am EST
Check out Food Terminal and B’s Cracklin’ Barbecue | more...

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Wednesday December 4, 2019 06:20 pm EST
But there’s more that’s good in the ’hood | more...

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Monday November 4, 2019 02:15 pm EST
Twenty years ago during frequent visits to LA, I often visited a late-night taco stand on Santa Monica Boulevard, not far from Silver Lake. I stood at a counter outdoors and watched the nightlife while I ate perfect tacos. My usual impromptu dinner companions were two transgender hookers who called the taqueria their “safe space.” Yes, I frequently hummed Lou Reed’s “Walk on the Wild Side,” a... | more...