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Top chefs help feed the hungry through cooking classes

For the last fifteen years, top chefs around Atlanta have been donating their time and money (in the form of ingredients) to help feed the hungry. See, the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB) has a partnership with the Cook’s Warehouse, and every month—sometimes multiple times a month—a chef is invited to lead a cooking demonstration, workshop, and/or tasting at one of the four Cook’s Warehouse locations around the city. Everyone is invited, and all proceeds benefit the ACFB.

What I learned taking the food stamp challenge

The rules are simple. You can spend only the equivalent of your state’s average weekly SNAP allowance, which at the time in Georgia was $33.98. You can’t accept any outside food or eat restaurant meals, and, except for condiments, can’t use anything already in your pantry or refrigerator.

Long lines at the Atlanta Street Food Festival

Lines got gnarly at the inaugural Atlanta Street Food Festival Saturday afternoon. The event, which benefited the Atlanta Community Food Bank, brought around sixteen trucks to Piedmont Park and, in turn, hundreds of hungry Atlantans.

Buy a fruit tree, improve the food supply

Just think. If you were to plant a fruit tree (or bush or vine) in your yard, come harvest time you’d have a wonderful treat for your family. If you were to plant two fruit trees, you’d have enough to share with friends and all your neighbors.

This Week in Food: Ted Allen, Taste of Atlanta, and more!

Friday, October 9 TED ALLEN Food Network personality Ted Allen will do for Atlantans what he does on his shows Food Detectives and the upcoming Chopped: offer helpful tricks on how to excel in the kitchen. Visiting the city for Taste of Atlanta, Allen will hold a Q&A session with a select few about the ins and outs of wines and food preparation. All of this is in con

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