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Pasquale Cardamuro entered the restaurant business at age 7, washing dishes and polishing silver in his grandfather’s restaurant in Naples, Italy... more
Enduring hardships and privations, the foods Irish immigrants cooked in the new land would have replicated foods that reminded them of home — dishes such as cottage pie and Irish apple cake. more
A new hot spot in Vickery Village gives the traditional café a makeover. Roswell native Lynette Jean’s OVR Coffee Café serves “mostly Organic, always Vegan and sometimes Raw” treats, hence the unusual name... more
Scottish Cranachan is also known as “Cream Crowdie” and is traditionally made with wild heather honey and whiskey folded into the fresh cream and oats. To liven it up, Judith McLoughlin adds Irish whiskey to the raspberries and white chocolate to the cream for a Scots-Irish taste of indulgence. more
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, but here in the American South, connections to the Emerald Isle are evident every day if you know where to look. Irish cook Judith McLoughlin discovered this firsthand when she and her husband Gary moved from Northern Ireland to Roswell, Ga. in the 1990s... more
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Farrah Haidar, left, and Hala Yassine, are two of the seven sisters involved in Seven Sisters Scones in Johns Creek, offering their customers a modern take on a traditional breakfast treat.
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