Tagged with Vegetarian

Doggone Good at HD1

Doggone Good at HD1

What is it about the hot dog that lures both young and old to its juicy, salty, encased goodness? I guess I just answered my own question. With all of the research highlighting the health risks of indulging in this typically nitrate-laden, all-American food, I have made a concerted effort to find healthy (okay, healthier…going … Continue reading

Feeding Hungry Hippos at HippoHopp

Feeding Hungry Hippos at HippoHopp

Like many families, we are constantly seeking out fun activities to entertain the kids. When Mother Nature isn’t cooperating, we often head to one of our favorite indoor playgrounds or “bouncy houses.” Why in the world would I be writing about a bouncy house on a foodie blog?  Well, unless you are the consummate planner … Continue reading

On Fire at FuegoMundo

On Fire at FuegoMundo

There are those few restaurant gems that consistently deliver in quality and customer service, that become your go-tos when you’ve had a long day at work and are not in the mood to cook dinner. After my first child, FuegoMundo quickly became my go-to. Although close proximity to home was certainly a factor, the high … Continue reading

WARNING! Food Contains Flavor at Bhojanic

WARNING! Food Contains Flavor at Bhojanic

Whether conscious or unconscious, men and women use a variety of tactics to impress and/or seduce a potential mate. My husband and I love to reminisce about one strategy in particular that I used very early on in our relationship: impressing him by eating the spiciest curries possible (without a blink of the eye or … Continue reading

Tasty Tacky Fun at Kitsch’n 155

Tasty Tacky Fun at Kitsch’n 155

It’s hard not to notice the unique and nostalgic design of Kitschn’n 155 as you stroll down Clairmont Avenue near Emory. I’ve always felt this was a landmark that I had to explore some day, and that day finally came last week.  Following the recommendation of a few of my friends, Little A and I … Continue reading

An Oldie But a Goodie: Mediterranean Grill

An Oldie But a Goodie: Mediterranean Grill

While I have always felt there has been a shortage of decent Mediterranean food in Atlanta, Mediterranean Grill is an exception that has consistently delivered in terms of quality and cost. This was a mainstay and top contributor to my freshman fifteen back in my Emory days, given my penchant for inexpensive falafels and gyros. Although … Continue reading

Gratitude for Stone Soup Kitchen

Gratitude for Stone Soup Kitchen

I’m willing to bet most normal families plan their activities, and then once done with the fun (or misery, depending on whether your kids are well-rested, or if it is 100 degrees outside, or if they’re coming down with something, etc.) pick a restaurant at which to re-fuel based almost exclusively on convenience.  Many save … Continue reading