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Chinese New Year: Foods to Eat for Good Luck

Chinese New Year: Customs, Foods and Good Fortune! Chinese New Year begins January 28 this year. This is an important holiday to the Chinese. In fact, it is as Christmas...

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Twelve Eighty at the High Museum

Twelve Eighty: Inspired Dining at the Woodruff Arts Center The restaurant formerly known as Table 1280 is now called Twelve Eighty. Located at the Woodruff Arts Center,...

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History of Atlanta’s Fox Theatre

The glitz and glam of the Fox Theatre is a draw that attracts both visitors and locals. But did you know the Fox Theatre was nearly demolished? The Fox Theatre was...

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Korean Food Tour of Atlanta with Chef Todd Dae Kulper

When a chef asks you if you want to have him personally take your on a tour of some of his favorite spots, you don’t think twice, you just say yes. That’s...

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Arriba! Arriba! Bean to Bar Cacao Chocolate in Ecuador

As Colombia is known for coffee, and Chile for it’s fine wine, Ecuador is the king of fine chocolate, known as Cacao. What’s incredible about the industry is that...

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Veteran’s Memorial Walk: A Tribute to Veteran’s Past and Present

A new Memorial Park is open that commemorates all veterans. One of the things I love about my blog (besides all the amazing food I eat) are the incredible people I meet...

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Seoul of the South: Your Guide to Korean Eats in Duluth, GA

While you may think a trip to Buford Highway is the only way to experience ethnic eats in Atlanta, a trip to Gwinnett’s Korean neighborhood of Duluth, will...

CACAO – Atlanta’s Premier Upscale Chocolate Company

Let’s talk chocolate, shall we? Cacao, Specifically. But not just any chocolate – no offense to the Hershey’s, Nestle’s and Mars of the world...

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My Charity Trip to India: Contrast, Culture, and Culinary Adventures

I wrote about my trip to India for this month’s Buckhaven Magazine. Overall, the experience was beautiful, heartbreaking, thrilling and scary. Read about the...

Ramen Fest Recap

For anyone who missed out on Ramen Fest in downtown Decatur last Monday, let me recap it for you because trust me it’s worth it! Local culinary heavy-hitters Victory,...

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Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Atlanta

Chinese New Year is right around the corner! And it’s the Year of the Goat! What does that mean? According to Chinese astrologists, there are 12 zodiac signs, each...

Atlanta’s Best Fall Festivals

By Kelley Musson The great thing about Atlanta, is that it offers an array of festivals year round. Whether you’re a foodie, or an adventurer, or simply looking to...