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Jay-Z

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: November 8-14

Jay-Z at Philips, wine at Historic Fourth Ward Park, and get your Christmas shopping in early at Shoppe Holiday Market.
Cookbooks

Cook like an American: Two new books address how we eat

Two new cookbooks out this month, America the Great Cookbook: The Food We Make for the People We Love (Weldon Owen) and America: The Cookbook (Phaidon), address how Americans—and Georgians—eat.
Christiane Chronicles

The Christiane Chronicles: Can we please use our inside voices at restaurants?

Quiet dining rooms are pretty much out of vogue. How many times have you crossed the threshold of a restaurant only to be assaulted by a racket resembling that of a colony of monkeys at the zoo?

Steven Satterfield, Anne Quatrano, Kevin Gillespie, and more will promote sustainability at the Chefs Collaborative Summit

Chefs, farmers, and purveyors from around the country are teaming up to promote food sustainability at the Chefs Collaborative 8th Annual Summit this weekend in Atlanta. Miller Union owner and chef Steven Satterfield is this year’s host committee leader, working with notable ATL chefs like Anne Quatrano, Hugh Acheson, and Kevin Gillespie.

What’s next for Hugh Acheson?

We talk to the James Beard award-winning chef about his new restaurant at the Battery, Achie's, his sketchbook doodles, and whether or not he'll return to television.

Here’s what you can eat inside SunTrust Park

What can you eat while watching the Braves play at SunTrust Park? Catfish tacos, garlic fries, cannoli, and an ice cream pop shaped like a tomahawk, among other things.
Atlanta immigrants restaurant workers

We wanted to tell you the story of Atlanta’s unsung kitchen workers, but we can’t.

Hugely important to the restaurant industry, immigrants are scared right now.

Hugh Acheson on the difference between “real” and “fake” Southern food

Empire State South chef Hugh Acheson reveals the one dish he wishes he knew how to cook, his favorite cookbooks, and why he hates Jell-O.
NYT on Atlanta

6 reasons the New York Times story on Atlanta restaurants gave me cultural indigestion

The headline of the piece was “Atlanta Pulls a Chair to the Table for Culinary Greats,” but after reading it, perhaps a more accurate one would have been “Bless Their Hearts.”

Great Grub

Chefs John Currence, Hugh Acheson, Sean Brock, Sue Zemanick, and John Fleer tell us why their favorite off-the-grid locales keep them coming back for more.

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