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There are so many great stories about falling in love with food. There are far fewer about falling out of love with food.
Between pool parties and afternoons in Piedmont Park, everybody is looking for a way to cool off, and everyone knows watermelon makes the perfect summertime snack, no matter how you slice it.
Normally when I tell my food friends that I am taking my 5-year-old daughter to Disney World, their reaction is something along the lines of: Ew. Gross. Theme Park food. Where will you eat? But they'd do well to remember that this is no ordinary theme park.
Now is the time to indulge in New Orleans's booming restaurant scene. If you're planning an easy weekend trip from Atlanta, here's what to eat, where to stay, and where to take in some culture.
“[Cheap concessions] are being considered charity: ‘We’re looking out for our fans,’” said J.C. Bradbury, a sports management professor at Kennesaw State. “But the reality is that the Falcons are a profit-maximizing company that wants to make money for the owner.”
Roy Blount Jr. pays crusty tribute to his favorite dessert in Save Room for Pie: Food Songs and Chewy Ruminations, which sets the groaning board with a bellyful of puns, ditties, and other playful lore about what we eat.
CABBAGE KEY Pineland, Florida Accessible 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...
The Legendary Events owner and ”Picture Perfect Parties” author and entertaining editor for Atlanta Magazine’s HOME give tips on how to plan wisely, remember the details, and be a good host.
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