Did you ever wonder what celebrity chefs and restauranteurs think when the cameras stop rolling? We scour Twitter every week to find you the best of the chefs’ tweets.
In episode three, the eight remaining chefs were put into head-to-head matchups, and instructed to prepare a single bite; an amuse bouche that represented the personality of their opponent, as captured by photographer Todd Selby.
I arrived at Ria Pell’s Chopped viewing party at Sauced an hour late. I saw Fox Bros. BBQ, one of the restaurants catering Ria’s shindig, tweeted out a picture of their pork belly buns. That’s when I decided to drink up and head on over.
Chefs say the funniest things. Sometimes intentionally. This week we have pictures, random thoughts, and a musical breakfast offering.
Last night’s continuing #nextironchef conversation on Twitter featured one chef openly tweeting while drunk about the attitude of a rival. It’s like elementary school with knives and liquor. So almost exactly like my elementary school.
Steak Shapiro talks downtown dining options for conferences, events, sports, and fun Centennial Olympic Park activities.
With so many landmark eateries to consider, putting together a list of a dozen iconic Atlanta restaurants turned out to be no easy task. But we did it. To kick off a season of highlighting the great dining experiences Atlanta has to offer, we’ve prepared a list of restaurants that are quintessentially Atlanta.
Restaurants come and go in Atlanta — Hector Santiago’s Super Pan closed its doors this year, but chefs and restauranteurs continue to open new dining rooms to give us great culinary experiences. Here, in no particular order, is a small selection of the many fantastic restaurants that have opened in Atlanta in the last 12 months.
Sometimes, the sides that accompany a dish are so amazing they become the star of the plate. From comfort food to modern fare, here is a list of some of Atlanta’s most intriguing and flavorful sides.
Just how many post-it notes does Alton Brown go through in a week?
Many chefs insist on using locally sourced products as it helps support local farmers and ensures that diners will be eating the freshest, tastiest, best product possible.
America may well run on Dunkin’ but it learned to walk in independent coffee shops. Here is our inadequate tribute to the stores who grind it out every day.
Atlantans enjoy an exceptionally long outdoor dining season. Whether it’s people watching you crave or the warmth of the sun on your skin, Atlanta has a variety of patios to fit your outdoor dining mood. Although we are in the midst of winter, these are the patios you’ll be flocking to when spring arrives!
Nothing remedies Saturday night’s misdeeds better than a plate of bacon, with a side of more bacon. And perhaps a little hair of the dog….after 12:30pm of course.
The Internet is big. If KitchenAid made a device to find the best food tweets every week, it would probably come up with the same tweets we found.
One of the simplest and most divisive dishes on any modern American menu is the burger. In no particular order, Atlanta Eats presents a dozen burgers from a dozen restaurants that give you a punch in the patties.
Ria Pell, in her trademark dungarees and flat cap, and sporting a broad, disarming smile, the soft-spoken Pell sat down with Atlanta Eats.
Whether you’re celebrating the past year or looking forward to 2013, one thing is for sure – New Year’s Eve dinner is not to be missed!
In the middle of all the shopping insanity, it’s easy to get angry with your fellow shoppers, but that’s usually just because our blood-sugar levels are lower than Barry White’s voice. So take an hour for yourself and get a bite to eat that will make you feel more human, and full of the spirit of the season.
Cocktails have become an integral part of the Atlanta food and beverage scene and we are lucky to have some the best in the nation.