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Lance Gummere to join Shaun Doty at Bantam and Biddy
Lance Gummere, chef of the Shed at Glendwood, is leaving his position to join Shaun Doty at the soon-to-open Bantam and Biddy. Wyatt Williams caught up with Gummere to talk about the move and what people can expect at the new chicken joint.
White Oak Pastures to open restaurant on farm
White Oak Pastures has opened a restaurant on its farm and will offer a single plate lunch of what is available from the farm that day.
Chef talk with Carvel Gould
Canoe’s executive chef spoke with Evan Mah about her childhood love of crabs and how she found herself working in a kitchen professionally.
Todd Richards to helm the Shed at Glenwood
The chef recently named by Esquire as one of “Four to Watch” confirmed yesterday that he’s resigned from the Ritz-Carlton Buckhead to takeover the Shed at Glenwood.
The Lowdown on Lure from Chef David Bradley
In an interview with Eater’s Carly Cooper, Chef David Bradley of the Lure talked about what customers can expect at Fifth Group Restaurants’ new seafood venture.
Tracking your fish from sea to plate
The AJC’s John Kessler opined about how “distributors are working with chefs and restaurateurs to ensure the seafood … has been responsibly harvested from a sustainable fishery.”
Farm-to-table restaurants around Atlanta
Eater created a nifty map of restaurants around the city that have a garden on its premise.
Best of Atlanta 2012 voting starts today
Creative Loafing’s Best of Atlanta 2012 Reader’s Poll is underway. It’s your chance to vote on your favorite businesses, restaurants, people, and artists around the city.
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