Good Eats
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Fresh baked goods are an essential part of every Thanksgiving feast. But for those suffering from gluten intolerance or Celiac disease, the sight of Aunt Betty’s pumpkin pie can induce shudders of apprehension rather than delight. Marilyn Santulli, owner of American Gra-Frutti bakery in Roswell, understands this anxiety all too well and considers it her personal mission to provide families on a gluten-free diet with worry-free breads, desserts and snacks for the holidays as well as year-round enjoyment... more
Bring a little Oktoberfest flair to your home kitchen [portfolio_slideshow size=custom width=630 autoplay=false random=false centered=true carousel=false navstyle=graphical navpos=bottom pagerstyle=thumbs pagerpos=bottom] From the … more
To fully appreciate a meal at the family-owned Woodbridge Inn, you need to first learn the story of Chef Hans Rueffert, whose life has been as full of unexpected twists as the culinary creations emerging from his skillet... more
After 25 years of working on Wall Street, Mary Mayer looked out of her New York City office window one afternoon and realized, “I don’t belong here anymore.” Soon thereafter, Mayer retired and moved with her husband to Alpharetta where she quickly fell in love with the Crabapple area’s small town charm... more
Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but it can also be the most challenging. It's tempting to take the easy route and grab a bowl of sugary cereal or a donut on the run... more
A new hot spot in Vickery Village gives the traditional café a makeover. Roswell native Lynette Jean’s OVR Coffee Café serves “mostly Organic, always Vegan and sometimes Raw” treats, hence the unusual name... more
My family wanted some fresh mountain air, so we hopped in the car and headed northeast. Our destination: Tallulah Gorge State Park, where we planned to hike down to the Hurricane Falls suspension bridge. Feeling the need to fortify ourselves before the trek, we searched online for nearby restaurants. One caught my eye – Lake Rabun Hotel and Restaurant, recipient of multiple awards... more
Cooking is an art requiring patience and practice. Like any creative endeavor, it often helps to take a class or two to learn new techniques, try new materials and meet others who share your passion. Mother and daughter duo Hellen Brown and Delynn James of Johns Creek recently attended a Thursday night “That’s a Wrap!” class at the Publix Aprons Cooking School in Alpharetta, where they joined four other women in making a variety of flavorful wrap sandwiches... more
Maybe we have a good idea for a small business, but in the midst of our daily routine, our dreams take a back seat. Or perhaps we lack the self-confidence to plunge into the unknown. Heidi Nel of Johns Creek was no different. Friends told her constantly that her homemade cookies were amazing and that she should sell them, but Nel was a busy stay-at-home mom raising three children. Where would she find the time to start a business... more
Completing the trifecta of destination dining on Canton Street is Little Alley Steak, which recently celebrated its first anniversary in downtown Roswell alongside “siblings” The Salt Factory Pub and INC Street Food... more
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