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Use in-season blueberries to make this eye-popping dessert from Wrecking Bar
Wrecking Barn Farm Blueberry Galette with Crème Fraiche (Styling by Jeremiah Weston / Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Thirty miles east of the Wrecking Bar Brewpub in Inman Park is Wrecking Barn Farm, the creation of Stevenson Rosslow and Bob Sandage. The Loganville property was once Dillwood Farms. Now, as Wrecking Barn Farm, produces organically grown produce for its sister bar-restaurant the Wrecking Bar, as well as a ...
Make pancakes from Bread & Butterfly with flour from Georgia-grown wheat
Cornmeal Pancakes with Whipped Ricotta and Candied Orange Syrup. All photos taken on Tuesday June 7, 2016 at Venkman’s. Styling by Chef Nick Melvin. (Photo by Chris Hunt/Special) for story 062316pancakes

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 22, 2016

In Eric Carle’s “Pancakes, Pancakes!” (Little Simon, $8.99), Jack wakes up one morning hungry for pancakes. His mom is fine with making a pancake, but he’s got to gather the ingredients. First he goes to the farmer for some wheat, then to the miller to turn that into flour. Then ...
Cosmopolitan Live’s lemony chicken soup is ‘pure yum’
Cosmopolitan’s Lemon Pepper Chicken Soup (Styling by Adrian Chaidez / Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Q: I tasted the most amazing soup at Cosmopolitan restaurant on Delk Road in Marietta. The owner said it was his mother’s recipe, so I don’t know if they’ll share. It’s Greek, has chicken, rice and lemon and is called Avgolemono Soup. I’ve baked chicken with lemon juice in the ...
In season: onions
Pan-Seared Grouper with Grilled Vidalia Onion Broth (Styling by Stuart Rogers / Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Mark Capps and Lynn Teddlie of Straight from the Backyard Farm in Loganville have 6 acres in production. They sell their produce at the Saturday morning Marietta Square throughout the year and at the Tucker market in season. Capps is a fan of the allium family, growing dozens of varieties ...
KR Steakbar wows guests with simple sauteed spinach
KR Steakbar’s Sauteed Spinach (Styling by Jessica Gamble / Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Q: I recently dined at KR Steakbar and was just wowed by an amazing meal from start to finish. I would love the recipe for their spinach with roasted garlic and chili. I find myself thinking about it weeks later. Thanks so much! — Valerie Naglich, AtlantaA: This recipe is ...
In season: cucumbers
Mercedes O’Brien’s Oaxacan Cooler (Styling by Jessie Harmon / Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Joe Reynolds of Love is Love Farm at Gaia Gardens near Decatur offers a market-style community-supported agriculture program. Instead of receiving a box or bag of that week’s produce, his customers come to the farm and put together their own share based on what’s available that week. One head of ...
Common Quarter’s pasta dish can be made with lobster or crab
Common Quarter’s Lobster Spaghetti (Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Q: Had a fabulous dish at the Common Quarter in Marietta. It was lobster spaghetti which sounded a bit boring, but was so good. The dish was loaded with chunks of lobster, a red/pink garlicy sauce with a creamy texture and the perfect amount of heat to make the dish ...
In season: mushrooms
Yumbii’s Tempura Shiitake Tacos with Sriracha Salsa Verde (Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Peter Burry of Snellville’s My Quality Mushrooms and Forest Products is all about doing things with all the parts of a tree — firewood, milled lumber, mulch for the parts that can’t be used for anything else — and turning white oak logs into a medium for growing shiitake mushrooms.Button ...
Georgia cheese makers’ long days churn out great flavors
160518 Atlanta, Ga: Cheese Custard with Woodsman & Wife Ol’ Oak Tree. Photos taken at Murphy’s in Virginia Highland, Atlanta, Ga. Styling by Murphy’s Culinary Director, Ian Winslade. (Photo by Chris Hunt/Special) for story 060216 cheese

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Cheese making is alchemy of a delicious sort. And turning gallons of milk into a delicious cultured product is a passion for local cheese makers. Mary Rigdon of Decimal Place Farm has been raising her very special flock of dairy goats for more than 20 years. She started small, raising ...
Farm Burger’s simple slaw combines kale, carrots, onions
Farm Burger’s Kale Slaw (Styling by Chavez Hernandez / Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Q: Hi there! We dined at Farm Burger and loved the #4 Chicken Burger, especially loved the kale slaw. Can we please get the recipe for the kale slaw? Thanks! I love your column so much! — Valerie Naglich, Atlanta A: Thanks for the kind words. Happy that Farm Burger’s ...
In season: zucchini
Zeb Stevenson’s Stuffed Zucchini with Crab Gratin (Styling by Zeb Stevenson / Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Summer squash is just that, a mainstay of hot summer weather. The distinctive yellow crookneck squash, dark green cylinders of zucchini — you probably feel you’ve got summer squash figured out. But vegetable hybridizers are having as much fun with squash as they do with tomatoes and varieties of peppers. ...
In season: Cornish hens
Jennifer Booker’s Roasted Rosemary and Lemon Cornish Hens. Photo credit: Jennifer Booker

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Shaun Terry and his wife Sabrina are the owners of Grateful Pastures, where they raise pastured poultry in Mansfield, south of I-20 in Newton County. Their venture is just over a year old and began when Terry decided he’d done the research and was ready to make the change from ...
Find out the best way to prepare broccolini
Savannah Haseler’s Broccolini Salad over Polenta (Styling by Savannah Haseler / Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 11, 2016

“They’re little trees.” As a young mother trying to talk her children into eating their vegetables, that’s how Lynn Pugh of Cane Creek Farm tried to sell her children on trying broccoli. These days, Pugh is growing broccolini, an even more tree-like vegetable. Their elegant thin stalks topped with small ...
In season: carrots
King of Crops grows carrots in raised beds in large hoop houses. Raised beds allow for improved soil and covering can be thrown over the hoop house in case of bad weather. (Contributed by Russell Honderd)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Once upon a time there was a toddler who ate so many carrots he turned orange.“It’s true. People thought I was jaundiced. I still love carrots. When I’m working in the carrot house, I’ll pull one up and try it since all the important stuff is going on underground.”That’s the ...
The General Muir’s Carrot Cake is light and balanced
The General Muir’s Carrot Cake (Styling by Chris Marconi / Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Q: My husband and I ate at The General Muir recently and really enjoyed the carrot cake. It was light, but still loaded with fruit and nuts. And the cream cheese frosting was delicious, not overly sweet as so many are. Can you possibly persuade them to share the recipe? ...
Atlanta chefs share recipes from their mothers
A Bobotie, a dish handed down from mother Di Anthony (Executive Chef) to son Justin Anthony (owner) of 10 Degrees South. Styling by Di Anthony. (Photo by Chris Hunt/Special)

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 4, 2016

How often do chefs credit their mothers as one of their earliest sources of culinary inspiration? To find out, we talked with three of Atlanta’s top chefs, women who are mothers themselves and own their own restaurants or helm a kitchen, about dishes they learned to make while growing up ...
In season: purple asparagus
Purple Asparagus Salad. (Styling by C.W. Cameron / Contributed by Adrienne Harris)

11:15 a.m. Friday, April 29, 2016

There aren’t many perennial vegetables in a climate like metro Atlanta’s. Jerusalem artichokes grow abundantly. Globe artichokes can be hit or miss. Greens like sorrel and chicory can do well.And then there’s asparagus. Plant a patch, keep it weeded and in about three years’ time, the plants will start offering ...
In season: Vidalia onions
A bucketful of Vidalia onions harvested by  Sikes Farms in Collins, Ga. (2011 photo By Bita Honarvar, AJC )

Updated: 4:30 p.m. Monday, April 25, 2016

Each spring, I start looking for Vidalia onions at the grocery store. These South Georgia-grown sweet onions appear on schedule, just in time for spring salads and summer grilling. In Georgia, we love our famous seasonal treat. For an onion to be labeled “Vidalia” it must be grown in a ...
3 foodie favorites made in Georgia
Cora Cotrim, founder of Queen of Cream (Photo credit: Kaylinn Gilstrap)

12:00 a.m. Saturday, April 30, 2016

Has this thought ever crossed your mind? “That was the most delicious thing I ever made. I could sell that!” If you need some inspiration, here are three metro area food entrepreneurs living the dream of selling something delicious they created.Beautiful Briny SeaInside an ordinary industrial-looking building on the northern ...
Passover dishes from Middle East, with dashes of Mexico
Each of the six items arranged so on the Passover plate has special significance to the retelling of the story of the Exodus from Egypt, the focus of this ritual meal.

12:00 a.m. Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Our holiday meals are often a vivid expression of who we are and where we come from. The table is a place we showcase our heritage – making the dishes of our past, perhaps with a tweak or two to suit contemporary tastes.When Margot Alfie celebrates Passover this year, it ...
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