Five Pritikin Recipes for You to Try at Home

Pritikin was kind enough to share these simple, healthy recipes from its boot camp program with us—just in time for bikini season!Mustard Coated SalmonServes: 4Ingredients: 2 tablespoons no-salt-added stone ground mustard 1 tablespoons no-salt-added Dijon-style mustard 1 teaspoon...

Gusto! Wood Fire Grill opening scheduled for October 31 in Brookwood

A former Oklahoma quarterback and Jacksonville Jaguars and Cleveland Browns player, Nate Hybl is opening a fast-casual restaurant called Gusto! in Brookwood October 31. Located at 1935 Peachtree Street, Gusto! asks guests to choose from a salad, brown rice bowl, or sandwich with either chicken, portabella mushrooms, or shrimp.
Gypsy Kitchen

Check out the menu for Gypsy Kitchen, opening October 14 in Buckhead

Scheduled to open October 14 for dinner and October 20 for lunch, Gypsy Kitchen will focus on Spanish-inspired shared plates created by executive chef Randy Lewis.

Tuck into a Turducken

Behold, the Cajun poultry trifecta: turkey stuffed with duck and chicken, served with cornbread or rice stuffing between each layer.

Hector Santiago on departing Abattoir and opening at Ponce City Market

Perhaps best known for his now-defunct Latin restaurant Pura Vida, Hector Santiago is leaving his post as executive chef at Anne Quatrano’s Abattoir to work on developing his own restaurant at Ponce City Market....

Try These Scrumptious, Shoes-Optional Seafood Shacks

 CABBAGE KEYPineland, FloridaAccessible only by boat, this eighty-acre, palm-lined island is home to an irresistible 1930s open-air tavern. Enjoy peeling fresh shrimp and cracking stone crab claws as gopher tortoises mosey past. Don’t miss...

Garnish & Gather reveals chef series lineup

Garnish & Gather, a local company that creates weekly ready-to-cook meals (similar to Blue Apron and Peach Dish), has announced its chef lineup for the rest of 2014. Garnish & Gather packages ingredients for any of five different recipes a week, but once a month, it features a special recipe created by one of Atlanta’s top chefs.

No glass allowed: Pack canned craft beer for summer adventures

Who wants craft beer in bottles? Bottles let in light, which is bad for beer. Cans are easier to chill, and they pack well for hikes, pools, and floats.

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