The Art of A Good Wine List

Answers to the Age-Old Question: What Makes a "Good" Wine List? by certified Sommelier Elizabeth Schneider As wine becomes more popular, it seems like every restaurant touts its unique, boutique wine list. I’ve got to … Read more →

Two Urban Licks: A Gluten Free View – Inman Park, Atlanta, GA [Guest Blogger]

Recently I had the opportunity to try out Two Urban Licks, a restaurant owned by the same folks that run One Midtown Kitchen and Trois.  Self described as ‘fiery American food,’ Two Urban Licks offers … Read more →

Bone’s Steakhouse Restaurant Review – Buckhead, Atlanta, GA [Guest Blogger]

I love people who are kind enough to help me out with my blog.  It usually results in the ideal combination of less work for me + great content.  What’s not to love?  When fellow … Read more →

Heaven Found At Soto In The West Village, New York [Guest Blogger]

If you read this blog with any regularity, then you are well aware of my absolute idolization of former Atlanta resident and world-renowned super chef Sotohiro Kosugi.  Kosugi crushed us all when he took his … Read more →

Another Take On BLT Steak – Downtown, Atlanta, GA [Guest Blogger]

Last night was date night. Since it was restaurant week (3 courses for $25 at participating restaurants), we decided to hop on MARTA and head over to BLT Steak for dinner. After a quick 2 … Read more →

Earthlings: An Animal Rights Documentary That Preaches To The Choir, But Fails To Advance The Cause [Guest Blogger]

When I first heard about the documentary Earthlings, I have to admit, I immediately assumed the worse. The fact that Joaquin Phoenix is on the cover and Moby provided the musical score brought to mind … Read more →

A Sneak Peek At WaterHaven Restaurant In Midtown [Guest Blogger]

Interior & Location: They’ve completely overhauled the interior space. It’s opened up nicely, flows well and is designed to create a calming atmosphere. It’s a much more pleasant interior than the former restaurant (the globe) … Read more →

Varasano’s Pizzeria: The Man, The Myth, The Pizza [Guest Blogger]

Food is like a religion in many respects. Foodies worship at the table of various high priests, inspired by their personalities as much as the cuisine which they promote. The examples are numerous— the locavore … Read more →

More On Knife Sharpening

Follow up to How to Sharpen A Knife: A Good Demonstration To be honest the home cook rarely needs to sharpen (once to twice a year for even the most active home cooks) — if … Read more →

Recipe: Roasted Chicken & Potatoes

My Favorite Roast Chicken Recipe  (derived from America’s Test Kitchen’s High Temperature Roast Chicken) Everyone has their opinion on the best roasted chicken recipe; whether it’s multi-day involvement of the Zuni recipe, the classic simplicity … Read more →

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