How far can you toss a skillet? If it's further than 9 feet, then Quitman, Georgia, needs you on October 17.
Atlanta has become more than just Coke, the Braves and conventions. Food has taken center stage in recent years, with the city's chefs achieving rock star status. Atlanta's dining scene is no longer up and coming
by Beth McKibben After only its second year, the Atlanta Food and Wine Festival is already becoming a must-attend event, not only in Atlanta, but in the South. The excitement filled every nook and cranny of the May air in Midtown this past weekend. Everyone from chef to sommelier to festival goer walked around with a smile on their face, giddy with Southern pride.
Last weekend, the Deep South crew headed to Birmingham for the second-annual Food Blog South. With promises of delectable Southern food (there's a huge pic of okra on their homepage) and guests like Virginia Willis and Helene Dujardin, the event drew close to 200 attendees this year.
Thousands of people convened on Tech Square in Atlanta’s Midtown for the 10th annual Taste of Atlanta October 22-23. With delicacies like duck fried rice, gyros, fall off the bone ribs and grilled corn, the event offered a taste from over 80 restaurants.