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The Campaign for Real Barbecue set out identify barbecue joints that still cook over nothing but hardwood embers and smoke. But they discovered the hunt for true barbecue is more complicated than wood versus gas.
Pink-skinned, hairless, and yes, a little scabby, Abigail the Boston terrier cuts an unlikely figure for a celebrity pet. But this scrappy terrier hit the jackpot this week when Food Network host Alton Brown spotted her on Instagram and decided to bring her home.
Food Network star and self-described coffee curmudgeon Alton Brown started drinking coffee in grade school. Where in Atlanta can a coffee purist find shops that care about their beans without unwittingly subjecting its guests to a Portlandia sketch? Brown and another outspoken coffee evangelist, Jason Dominy, who previously worked with Batdorf & Bronson, spill the beans.
Food Network’s Alton Brown is coming to the Fox Theatre April 9 for his one-man culinary variety show, Eat Your Science. Brown, who got his start on the then-small cooking channel in 1999, drummed up a national following on Good Eats, which explained common cooking techniques and dishes on a molecular level
The walls of the Fabulous Fox Theatre echoed with more f-bombs than a high school locker room on Saturday when Anthony Bourdain came to town for his nationwide standup tour, Close to the Bone.
“I don’t go on vacations, so I wanted a vacation in my backyard,” says Alton Brown, adding emphatically, “Not a ‘vacation house,’ because they’re actually a lot of work.
V-103 FM morning man Frank Ski disclosed this week that he is no longer a member of Bishop Eddie Long's New Birth Missionary Church and hasn't attended services there since the details of Long's sex scandal first emerged. "I attend a different church now," Ski told Atlanta magazine during an interview at his new Frank Ski's Restaurant & Lounge at 2110 Peachtree Road. "I haven't been [back to New Birth] since all of this has been going on. It's been a while now. I think I've been waiting for things to pan out and see where they go." Ski said he and his family now attend services at Mount Bethel and at Mount Paran Church. "I like visiting different churches," Ski said. "We go to Mount Bethel and I love Mount Paran a lot too. There are so many different cultures of people represented there."