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My family wanted some fresh mountain air, so we hopped in the car and headed northeast. Our destination: Tallulah Gorge State Park, where we planned to hike down to the Hurricane Falls suspension bridge. Feeling the need to fortify ourselves before the trek, we searched online for nearby restaurants. One caught my eye – Lake Rabun Hotel and Restaurant, recipient of multiple awards... more
Cooking is an art requiring patience and practice. Like any creative endeavor, it often helps to take a class or two to learn new techniques, try new materials and meet others who share your passion. Mother and daughter duo Hellen Brown and Delynn James of Johns Creek recently attended a Thursday night “That’s a Wrap!” class at the Publix Aprons Cooking School in Alpharetta, where they joined four other women in making a variety of flavorful wrap sandwiches... more
Maybe we have a good idea for a small business, but in the midst of our daily routine, our dreams take a back seat. Or perhaps we lack the self-confidence to plunge into the unknown. Heidi Nel of Johns Creek was no different. Friends told her constantly that her homemade cookies were amazing and that she should sell them, but Nel was a busy stay-at-home mom raising three children. Where would she find the time to start a business... more
Completing the trifecta of destination dining on Canton Street is Little Alley Steak, which recently celebrated its first anniversary in downtown Roswell alongside “siblings” The Salt Factory Pub and INC Street Food... more
Inside Sweet! Roswell lies a kid’s paradise where wall-to-wall candy displays and buckets of ice cream tempt the visitor with the extreme sweet tooth. The newest addition to the heart of downtown Roswell’s shopping district is just a few steps from the rows of restaurants and retail establishments that beckon shoppers each day... more
The new year is the perfect time for fresh starts and bold ventures. For Ray’s at Killer Creek, a fine dining establishment on Mansell Road in Alpharetta, the first month of 2013 brings a new name... more
Rati Lavania was born to teach. With her endless energy, curious nature and infectious laugh, she engages her students and makes learning fun. Though she holds a master’s degree in early childhood education, these days she combines her teaching skills with another passion: cooking... more
Junior League cookbooks are a Southern culinary tradition. My mother’s kitchen contained a whole row of them, all well worn and full of handwritten notes... more
Searching for a way to celebrate Oktoberfest this month? Pull on your lederhosen and head to downtown Alpharetta, where the German bakery Breadtime is serving up authentic Bavarian fare and brew... more
As anyone who has lived in the South through at least one autumn knows, college football is serious business around here. Loyalties are fierce and traditions are sacred. But there is one time-honored ritual that is faithfully repeated every fall by Gators, Tigers, Yellow Jackets and Dawgs alike. The tailgate party... 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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