June 2014

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Atlanta Restaurants

Rumi’s Kitchen Reviewed

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] I travel OTP (outside the perimeter) about as often as I drink vodka, which only happens when somebody tricks me into it.  That happened recently when my father tricked me into going OTP for my brother’s birthday dinner at Rumi’s Kitchen on Roswell Road.  This go-to restaurant for Atlanta’s

Gluten Free Recipes

Gluten Free Cornmeal Biscuits with Cheddar and Chipotle

If you have migrated  to a gluten-free diet, as I have, it is difficult to find really good baked goods.  These gluten-free biscuits are really great, and result from an ongoing process of learning how to adjust every part of a regular wheat-based recipe to make it into a successful

The Paleo Diet Explained

In the simplest terms, the paleo diet is a harkening back to the days of hunter-gatherer cavemen. In those days, all people had to eat were things that occurred naturally and could be either foraged or hunted. Cavemen were athletic, lean, and full of energy. Coincidence? This diet takes us

Gluten Free
Chef's Corner

Five Reasons To Eat Gluten Free

Due to the obesity epidemic that has occurred in the U.S., more people are choosing healthier diets that include higher amounts of fruits, vegetables, and natural ingredients. Many people are going gluten-free to reduce the effects of celiac disease and avoid gluten sensitivity that causes various symptoms. By avoiding the

Better Half Restaurant Review

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Since readers of this Blog are attuned to the comings and goings of our local chefs, I won’t bore you with the history of this restaurant. Located in a storefront at the intersection of 14th and State Streets in the Georgia Tech area, it is in the same building