Tag Archives: Shrimp

Front Burner: A New Coffee Destination, Shrimp From the Hudson Valley and More Food News

Source: NY Times Food

Nespresso plans a flagship store on Madison Avenue, cheese ephemera and shrimp grown aquaponically in a former mattress factory.

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Jamal’s Buffalo Wings reopening in a new, larger location

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Jamal’s Buffalo WingsPhotograph by Jennifer Zyman. At the end of last February, Jamal’s Buffalo Wings quietly closed after a 23-year run in a gas station parking lot at the corner of Northside Drive and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, across from what is now Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Atlanta mainstay was started by Marion Hargett in 1994. She named it after her son, Jamal Watkins, who at the time had recently graduated from college and was playing basketball abroad. Watkins, now 35 and an educator by day, took over the business from his mom in 2011 but says she is still ...

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Waters Warm, and Cod Catch Ebbs in Maine

Source: NY Times Food

The Gulf of Maine’s waters are warming — faster than almost any ocean waters on earth, scientists say — and fish are voting with their fins for cooler places to live.

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Nose Dive, Bacon Bros., Mekong [Greenville, SC]

Source: Eat It, Atlanta

Nose Dive, Bacon Bros., Mekong [Greenville, SC]

If you are ever visiting Greenville, SC (and many do, can you just believe how cute the downtown is!) here are three restaurants I feel confident in recommending to you, fellow eater.

A year ago I likely wouldn’t have sent you there, but The Nose Dive is really putting out some excellent food and beverage. A gastropub from restauranteur Carl Sobocinski of Table 301 (Soby’s, The Lazy Goat, Passarelle Bistro), I found my early visits to be inconsistent and lacking in some basics. After some time settling in, and bringing in new chef Spencer Thomson, the menu is much more intriguing, execution is spot on, and ...

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