October 7, 2010

Fritti

I’m not going into a lot of detail about Fritti ( Jimmy covered his experience well at Eat It, Atlanta and the U Restaurants web site goes into detail about their pizza qualifications).  I was just out traipsing around Inman Park with friends and we stopped in on a nice afternoon for some snacks on […]

“If you could see what I’ve seen with your eyes…”

I guess it’s time for my once a year, “one month in a single post” recap. July has been busy, especially with hosting the first Si Fang Cai (Secret Supper).  Nonetheless, I was able to get out and explore a little… Black Tie Barbecue began offering lunch. If you’re in Midtown/Downtown or thereabouts on Fridays […]

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Degustar in Pictures

From the pictures, you’d be excused for thinking this was a Peruvian festival. This just happened to be my first time trying food from Machu Picchu in more than 15 years. I didn’t like in on my first visit. What I tried at the festival blew me away. Escabeche de Pescado The escabeche was by […]

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Hey, Food Network – We Need to Talk…

I have a dilemma. I received the message below from the Food Network the other day, asking for help publicizing their casting call for “Worst Cooks in America”. To the best of my knowledge, every blogger in Atlanta got the same. I know they’re just running a list and not really reading any of the […]

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Degustar – Latin American Food Festival

The second annual Latin American food festival, sponsored by the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of commerce will be held at Atlantic Station on May 1, 2010. Participants include: Brazilian Bakery Costa Verde Peruvian Restaurant Coco Loco Cuban Restaurant Eclipse de Luna El Azteca Frontera Catering Lime Taqueria Los Andes Bakery Machu Picchu Peruvian Restaurant Raul’s Catering […]

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Pan American Bakery

You’ve got to love a good pun – especially one that works all the angles: “Pan American Bakery”. Get it? It’s a Colombian bakery (South American), but it’s in the U.S. (North American) – “Pan American” – get it. And they bake Cuban bread – I guess that’s just “Pan”. Oh, and “pan” is Spanish […]

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Montaluce Wine and Food Conclave

Sliding southward out of the mountains, the big V-8 was sucking in sleet and freezing rain faster that gas. Turning off onto an unmarked side road, the sleet finally gave way to snow. The Benz had all it needed – a tank of high-test and cold, dense air. We, on the other hand, were hurting. […]

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