Author Archives: Angela Hansberger

New whiskey gives taste of Atlanta distillery’s evolution

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

ASW’s Ameireaganach/Photo credit: ASW Distillery

 

Editor’s Note: This week, Angela Hansberger joins The Atlanta Journal-Constitution team of contributing food and dining writers. Hansberger will cover the Atlanta bar scene, and focus on developments in the world of spirits and cocktails. A freelance writer based in Atlanta, Hansberger has written about food, drink and culture for a variety of national and local publications, including Creative Loafing, Audubon Magazine, Tales of the Cocktail, Simply Buckhead Magazine, 17 South, Eater and Table8.

The labels on ASW Distillery’s whiskey bottles depict a bit of the team’s entrepreneurial spirit. But none tells the tale quite ...

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Koreatown takeover at Chai Pani

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

Move over turmeric, cardamom, and cumin and make way for gochuchang and ssamjang on the flavoring shelf at Chai Pani. Deuki Hong, chef of Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong in New York City, and food writer Matt Rodbard, along with a cast of characters from Atlanta and Asheville, have a Korean feast planned.…

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Scenes from the 2016 Atlanta Food & Wine Festival 2016

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

If you follow social media accounts of Southern food-lovers, your feed was probably filled with debauchery from the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival this past weekend. Perhaps you shelled out big bucks for a Connoisseur lanyard or maybe you drooled a little at home. One thing is true— we were there.…

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Best Bets: 2016 Atlanta Food & Wine Festival preview

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

The 6th annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is ready to shine a spotlight on not just Atlanta, but what is going on in the food world all over the South. Festival co-founders Elizabeth Feichter and Dominique Love want Atlanta to be a proper Southern host city but also a gateway to the traditions and stories of what makes Southern food so special.…

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Best Bets: 2016 Atlanta Food & Wine Festival preview

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

The 6th annual Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is ready to shine a spotlight on not just Atlanta, but what is going on in the food world all over the South. Festival co-founders Elizabeth Feichter and Dominique Love want Atlanta to be a proper Southern host city but also a gateway to the traditions and stories of what makes Southern food so special.…

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Q&A with filmmaker James Martin

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

The Atlanta filmmaker’s cocktail documentary will be screened during the American Pavillion’s Emerging Filmmaker Showcase at Cannes

James Martin is the director of The New Orleans Sazerac, a documentary short about the legendary classic cocktail. The film was invited to be a part of numerous festivals this year, such as the Chattanooga and the Newport Beach film festivals.…

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Local artist to receive scholarship at chefs collaboration dinner

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

In another great example of the Atlanta restaurant community rallying in support of one another, 14 of Atlanta’s celebrated chefs put their skills to work out of generosity and honor on Sunday, May 1.

Emily Cameron was a server and bartender whose passion and pursuit was a career in photography.…

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Local artist to receive scholarship at chefs collaboration dinner

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

In another great example of the Atlanta restaurant community rallying in support of one another, 14 of Atlanta’s celebrated chefs put their skills to work out of generosity and honor on Sunday, May 1.

Emily Cameron was a server and bartender whose passion and pursuit was a career in photography.…

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Local artist to receive scholarship at chefs collaboration dinner

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

In another great example of the Atlanta restaurant community rallying in support of one another, 14 of Atlanta’s celebrated chefs put their skills to work out of generosity and honor on Sunday, May 1.

Emily Cameron was a server and bartender whose passion and pursuit was a career in photography.…

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First Look: Hajime

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

Umaido’s new Cheshire Bridge sister restaurant Hajime

The vigor with which enthusiasts seek out authentic ramen in this town is intense. To get their fix, many fans willingly make the 30-mile trek to Suwanee for bowls at Umaido, the ramen shop whose name suitably means “great tasting house.”…

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The Georgia oyster revival

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

UGA’s Marine Extension Program is bringing the Peach State’s oyster industry back to life

The Peach State isn’t a place that naturally comes to mind when fresh oysters are the topic of conversation. Even though it led the industry in the early 1900s, Georgia is generally overlooked as far as oyster production is concerned.…

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Last Call at H. Harper Station

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

H. Harper Station (904 Memorial Drive, 678-732-0415, www.hharperstation.com) is a big chapter in Atlanta’s cocktail culture. Situated on the edge of Reynoldstown, it is renowned for its impressive selection of whiskey and whisky as well as an extensive menu of classic and original cocktails.…

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First Look: Beetlecat

Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

Ford Fry’s newest serves up seaside nostalgia in Inman Park

Like the small wooden pleasure boat it’s named after, two-month-old Beetlecat in Inman Park has a couple guises. Just as some see the wooden dinghy as a piece of nautical bric-a-brac, others see a classic vessel with the cachet of the Kennedys.…

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