Buckhead about to get cheesier

(source) Office space in Buckhead is being converted into a restaurant. Hooters’ competitor, Twin Peaks, submitted an application to City of Atlanta to receive a building permit to begin construction on its fist Georgia location.

The pizza and fries lobby strikes again

Congress blocked an Obama administration attempt to make school lunches healthier this week, adjusting proposed nutritional guidelines in a way that will keep pizza and french fries on the menu, The Washington Post reported on Wednesday.  

Recipe du jour

Dark Chocolate Bacon Cupcakes By: mkecupcakequeen “Dark Chocolate. Bacon. What’s not to love? Take yourself on a taste adventure and give these a go. They were a challenge by friends that turned into a great success. “ The recipe, if you dare.

Chick-fil-A may not like me, but I like Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is the best fast food chain in America. Period. They’re efficient, courteous and consistent. I could care less about their CEO’s politics. The Atlanta-based company has come under fire from gay rights groups for supplying food to an event sponsored by the Pennsylvania Family Institute, which has worked to defeat same-sex marriage initiatives. (I … Continue reading Chick-fil-A may not like me, but I like Chick-fil-A

Who woulda thunk it?

So, will you finance our gay Japanese restaurant chain? Sure, why not. Wise decision. Passed by Ru San’s today — packed as usual. The club music usually keeps me away, but I salute unlikely successes.

three questions no one else is asking

Why is frusen the euphemism for the f-word in movies edited for TV? It doesn’t sound right coming out of Steve Buscemi’s mouth. Whatever happened to Frusen Gladje? And finally, what’s become of A.J. Benza? Don’t feel compelled to answer — I just like posing pointlessly obscure questions.

mmmm, diversity gruel

In order to make their 2008 convention the “greenest ever,” the Democratic Party is banning fried foods. Seriously. The Democratic guidelines say every meal should be nutritious and include “at least three of the following colors: red, green, yellow, purple/blue and white.” “It’s the new patriotism,” says Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, the driving force behind … Continue reading mmmm, diversity gruel