Filmmaker Troy Stains documents the story of Atlanta-based valet parker and gourmet Lawrence Njuguna, who inspired this year’s New South Family Supper.
In the new episode of Gravy, we learn how a French woman came to dedicate herself to eating in Atlanta, Georgia.
Vansana Nolintha says of his New South Family Supper plate of Kanab Paa: “Our dish and our beer are inspired by Donna’s hands and all of their possibilities.”
“Luis brought in a Christmas ham…and it was hands down one of the tastiest pieces of pork I’ve ever tried,” writes Atlanta chef Steven Satterfield.
There are some parts of Atlanta that traditional guide books leave out. And there are places you’d hesitate to take a friend, let alone your mom. Clermont Lounge is one of those places. My first foray (but hopefully not my last) into the strip club/dive bar/dance floor happened several years ago, thanks to an intrepid Atlantan hell-bent on showing me a good time.
On April 12 at Summerland Farm, Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison host a dinner that celebrates the heart of the house and benefits SFA.
A few mornings ago, I went to visit the Dekalb Farmers Market, not to shop, but to appreciate. I’m in Atlanta, reporting a story for an upcoming episode of Gravy, and had spent the previous day combing the shopping plazas of Buford Highway in pursuit of an international array of foods, from Chinese pork-and-chive-stuffed dumplings … Continued
A controversial author, a house museum’s blog, a Werther’s Original, and a good bit of rum. Meet the Uncle Rumus.
We talked about the production, representation, and consumption of cultural products….