August 4, 2011 Food

Thanks to our friend Liz Krebs for shooting over this delicious recipe from Blisstree! Spiced Bourbon Honey Iced Tea by Elizabeth Nolan Brown! Ingredients: 6 cups water 3 (chai or India) spiced black tea bags 1 cup bourbon ⅓ cup clover honey optional: 2 sprigs lavendar, if you’ve got it handy optional: 2 teaspoons vanilla… Read more »

Take two former lawyers with great taste and a whole lot of gumption then y’all have got the foodie heaven of West Egg. Atlanta’s up-and-coming Westside is history in the making, thanks in part to businesses like this new restaurant. Owners Jennifer and Ben Johnson met while attending law school at Duke. Right before graduation,… Read more »

August 2, 2011 Food

Alpharetta residents: are y’all ready for some smashed goodness? Smashburger opens its second Georgia location next week on Aug. 10 up in Johns Creek! It’s at 9775 Medlock Bridge Road (right at the intersection of Medlock Bridge & State Bridge Roads). This place will be perfect for lunch meeting or dinner following a football game… Read more »

July 31, 2011 Featured Food

What are y’all doing Wed., Aug. 3 from 5 to 8 p.m.? The correct answer is Happy Hour at Pie Shop! Buckhead’s newest sweet spot is offering a sampling of their pies post-work on Wednesday. It’s $20 for an unlimited sampling of their pies until your tummy can take no more. Plus y’all get to… Read more »

July 28, 2011 Food

Dozens of people crowded outside the new Five Spot Yogurt in Snellville for its opening earlier this summer. Although the fire inspector hadn’t yet checked out the sprinkler system and thus customers weren’t allowed in, there was a steady traffic of employees bringing free frozen yogurt out to customers. Within the shop was owner David… Read more »

July 22, 2011 Food

Luscious, juicy, ripe, tangy, succulent…tomatoes! Summertime finds Southerners planning picnics, reunions, barbeques and get-togethers with family and friends. Our special occasion meals often include fresh tomatoes. Generally we serve sliced red tomatoes or fried green tomatoes, but they can also be baked, stuffed, grilled, breaded, diced, pureed, or even canned for future use. Any way… Read more »