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Rati Lavania was born to teach. With her endless energy, curious nature and infectious laugh, she engages her students and makes learning fun. Though she holds a master’s degree in early childhood education, these days she combines her teaching skills with another passion: cooking... more
Junior League cookbooks are a Southern culinary tradition. My mother’s kitchen contained a whole row of them, all well worn and full of handwritten notes... more
Searching for a way to celebrate Oktoberfest this month? Pull on your lederhosen and head to downtown Alpharetta, where the German bakery Breadtime is serving up authentic Bavarian fare and brew... more
As anyone who has lived in the South through at least one autumn knows, college football is serious business around here. Loyalties are fierce and traditions are sacred. But there is one time-honored ritual that is faithfully repeated every fall by Gators, Tigers, Yellow Jackets and Dawgs alike. The tailgate party... more
Hungry teenagers in the house? Fill them up with these quick and healthy recipes from Shannon Marsh, the Cooking School Specialist from Harry’s Farmer’s Market in Alpharetta... more
Are you stuck in a pizza rut? Before you utter the words “cheese and pepperoni” again, take another look at that menu... more
California Chicken Wrap, The Original Potato Salad and Pasta Salad with Vegetables... more
Thai chefs practice for years to perfect a delicate balance between a wide variety of tantalizing flavors such as lemongrass, sweet basil, fish sauce, fresh chili, sugar, peanuts and lime juice. Sweet and tangy lime juice lends its name to a small Thai restaurant tucked into a shopping center on Highway 9 in Alpharetta between Queen of Hearts and Natural Foods Warehouse... more
Treating dear old Dad to a manly meal this Father’s Day? Try 5 Seasons North in Alpharetta, Ga., where he can experience his favorite comfort foods in a fresh new way... more
When it was determined that 2-year-old Savanna Dorsey was on the autism spectrum, mom Natalie and her husband James tried an alternative treatment for children with autism that involved removing gluten and casein from Savanna's diet. After two weeks, Savanna became calmer and her obsessive crying stopped. Natalie began experimenting with her own tasty gluten- and casein-free ingredients. Soon after, the family opened Gluten Free Cutie, a gluten-free bakery in downtown Roswell... more
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