Tag Archives: Offal

Review: Pho Dai Loi #2

I wouldn’t know a good pho if it fell out of the sky and landed on my face. My inexperience with “authentic” ethnic food is probably my biggest weakness as a food writer. Or at least, my biggest insecurity. I don’t trust my own opinion, because I don’t think I’ve had enough to really know […]
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My $60 Lunch at Flip Burger

I’m honestly a little annoyed with myself for even writing this, given the massive amount of local blogger content about this place. There are 22 freaking blog posts about Flip on Urbanspoon. No one ever said I’m original. But If I’m going to do this, I’m going to leave all of the standard “blah blah […]
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Review: Cakes & Ale

Sir Toby: “Dost thou think, because thou art virtuous, there shall be no more cakes and ale?” – Twelfth Night Act 2, Scene 3, 114-115 C&A has been on my “to-do” list for quite a while now, and I finally had the chance to get try it out last week. Located at on W. Ponce […]
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PRIMAL Atlanta – Would you care for some brains with your goat cheek?

               If you didn’t make it down to Primal Atlanta last weekend at the Sweetwater Brewery, you definitely missed out. It was THE meat event of the year. While the event suffered from a few logistical missteps, it was still a lot of fun.                 If you don’t already know from the brief synopsis in […]
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