Sunday is the beginning of the week and the end of the weekend. It’s a day that family and friends get together to enjoy one last day of rest before the hustle and bustle of the work week. The Classy Critic created Seafood Sunday to kick off on January 31st, 2016, the last Sunday of the month and a few days before Mardi Gras’s Fat Tuesday.
Contributing Writer: Nichole Wolf of www.atladventurer.com
Do you scream for ice cream? Do you love tasting every flavor behind the counter at your favorite sweet shop? Would you kill for the chance to sample delicious ice cream for 7 days in a row?
Brunch is a southern tradition, typically on Sunday afternoon when family and friends get together before the hustle and bustle of the week. But imagine a place where you can have good old fashion southern brunch cuisine every day of the week. Introducing Buttermilk Kitchen as a Buckhead staple restaurant for great southern food all made with local ingredients. This house turned restaurant is in the midst of the Northern part of Buckhead off of Roswell Road.
Georgia Grown Pavilion Announced
Atlanta, Georgia, August 28, 2015 – Atlanta Foodservice Expo (AFSE) announced today a cooperation
with Georgia Grown and the Georgia Department of Agriculture which will feature a Georgia Grown
Pavilion on the exhibit floor to highlight local resources for foodservice operators.
The Georgia Grown program is a marketing and economic development program of the Georgia
Coconut oil is used extensively in tropical countries especially India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Philippines etc., which have a good production of coconut oil. At one time, the oil was also popular in western countries like the United States and Canada, but there was a strong propaganda campaign in the 1970s spread by the corn oil and soy oil industry against coconut oil. Coconut oil was considered harmful for the human body due to its high saturated fat content until the last decade (2000s) when people began to question the claims of the propaganda. Next, let’s look into some more details of how coconut oil works in our body.
6:00pm every weekday Monday - Friday and 2:00pm on Saturday & Sunday
It’s burning up in HOTlanta this year! Being out in the sun makes us crave one thing…. ICE CREAM! There are several local ice cream shops that are unique to Atlanta, and no, I’m not talking about Cold Stone and Baskin Robbins. Locally made products and unique flavors made us pick these ice cream shops around Atlanta. Now here’s the challenge… can you handle them all in 1 week?!?
For The Classy Critic Ice Cream Challenge, we will be visiting 7 local ice cream shops, 1 location each day of the week, and learn about their scientific creative processes. Get your taste buds ready because we'll be tasting the best of what each ice cream shop has to offer! Each participant will get to critique and vote on their favorite ice cream. Then we’ll present the award for “The Classy Critic’s Best Ice Cream 2015”!
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR PASTRY ATLANTA 2015
SUNDAY, AUGUST 23RD FROM 2PM TO 4PM
200 PEACHTREE ST ATLANTA GA (ACROSS FROM THE RITZ-CAROLTON IN DOWNTOWN ATLANTA)
August 1, 2015
Atlanta, GA- Pastry LIVE 5 is back! Don't miss out on this SWEET event! Experience pastries and sweet treats from the best Pastry Chefs around Atlanta and the country. This is a competition and we want you to get involved by voting for the best of the best!
Fermentation of Food
Fermentation, a type of anaerobic (without oxygen/air) respiration, an energy-releasing process that takes place in the absence of free (chemically uncombined) oxygen. Fermentation results in the breakdown of carbohydrates and other complex organic substances into simpler substances.
Salt serves four main purposes in the preservation of food, especially meats.
1)The first is inducing osmosis: this process involves the movement of water outside of the membranes of the cells, which in turn reabsorb the salted water back into the cell; this process assists in the destruction of harmful pathogens (harmful microorganisms).