By Krista Reese, Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn
Photographs through Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn.
“Krista Reese is familiar with the ever-changing dynamics of Atlanta’s churning eating scene and unearths all of the dishes and intriguing flavors that outline it today.” —John Kessler, Atlanta Journal-Constitution foodstuff columnist and previous critic
“Dining critic Krista Reese’s tastiest discoveries show the guts and soul of 1 of America’s such a lot vibrant—if misunderstood—food cities.” —Susan Puckett, writer of Food/Drink Mississippi Delta: A Terroir Guide
“In contemporary a long time, Atlanta’s nutrients scene has exploded into an awesome array of world-class eating places and fantastically artistic new cooks. . . . [This is a] delightfully scrumptious new cookbook.” —Joseph Dabney, winner of the 1999 James Beard Cookbook of the 12 months medal for Smokehouse Ham, Spoon Bread & Scuppernong Wine
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Atlanta Kitchens: Recipes from Atlanta's Best Restaurants by Krista Reese, Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn