While I realize that this movie is likely to be inflammatory, I still want to see it, and hope it gets released here in Atlanta. Food, Inc. It's impossible to deny the rash of food contamination problems we've experienced in the last few years. JCT. Bar is making it, too. It's trendy, but as far as I'm concerned, it never went out of style.
Richard Blais breaks it down about Atlanta's food scene. He's right. Frankly, I'm still sad that Guenter Seeger, Sotohiro Kosugi, Joel Antunes and Michael Touhy have departed. It's not that we don't still have some outstanding chefs -- we do. But for a city our size, we are proportionally impoverished. If Linton Hopkins ever leaves, tears will pour down my cheeks.
Consumer Reports' May issue rates grocery scores on cleanliness, price, service, and other factors. Here's an excerpt. Hooray for Trader Joe's!
Speaking of grocery stores, I'll have to look for Beecher's crackers the next time I'm in Whole Foods.
You know I plan to see Julie & Julia when it comes out in August.
Sea urchin is now trendy. I've been a junkie for years -- uni and ika are my two favorite sushi options. The good news? It's more available.