The Cook’s Warehouse and Springer Mountain Farms Host
Wüsthof Executive Chef Michael Garaghty
In a Live Broadcast of Cooking and Knife Techniques
Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The Cook’s Warehouse, Wüsthof Knives and Springer Mountain Farms will broadcast a live cooking demonstration online with Wüsthof Executive Chef Michael Garaghty on Saturday, December 12 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Chef Michael Garaghty will demonstrate cooking and knife techniques commonly used in preparing holiday meals. Springer Mountain Farms will stream the entire event live on their mobile website at  http://m.springermountainfarms.com/. Holiday discounts on Wüsthof knives and Springer Mountain Farms’ chicken will be offered at the in-store event.  The live event is at the Cook's Warehouse Flagship store at Ansley Mall.

Wüsthof Demonstrations Broadcast Live
  • Selecting the Right Knife for the Right Job and Person
  • Chicken 101
  • Holiday Garnshing­

About Springer Mountain Farms:

Springer Mountain Farms is the natural choice among leading chefs and home cooks that care about healthy and humanely raised chicken. It is a family-owned company that has raised chickens for over 40 years in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia and are the first poultry company in the world to be American Humane Certified. For more information on Springer Mountain Farms visit http://m.springermountainfarms.com/ and connect with them on
Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/springermtnfarm/
Twitter @SpringerMtnFarm
Instagram @SpringerMtnFarmsChicken.
 
 
Gingerbread House Workshop

Davio’s Atlanta Hosts Annual Gingerbread Workshop & Fundraiser to Benefit North Atlanta Toys For Tots

WHAT:      This holiday season, Davio’s Atlanta is throwing a house party. A gingerbread house party, that is! 

On Sunday, December 6
th, 2015, from 12:00PM to 2:00PM, children of all ages are invited to participate in a one-of-a-kind workshop! Join Pastry Chef Kathleen McDaniel of Davio’s Atlanta to lead a demonstration and workshop, teaching guests how to build personalized gingerbread houses fit for the North Pole! The event is $40 per child (excluding tax & gratuity), and adult admission is free. Each participating child will receive one gingerbread house to decorate (with delectable decorations included) as well as delicious afternoon snacks prepared by Davio’s Executive Chef Timothy Magee.

*This event is sweet as can be with gingerbread, marshmallows, and all kinds of candy. In the generous spirit of the holidays, we ask that each family help in one small way: arrive at the workshop with one unwrapped toy and help North Atlanta Toys for Tots spread the seasonal joy! To register, please call 404.844.4810 or email Ashley@davios.com to secure your seat! 

WHERE:
    Davio's Atlanta | 3500 Peachtree Road. NE, Atlanta, GA 30326  | 404.844.4810 | www.davios.com/atl                   WHEN:      Sunday, December 6th, 2015 from 12:00PM to 2:00PM.
COST:       $40 per child must be accompanied by an adult. Adult admission is free. Reservations are necessary.
Please call 404.844.4810 for more information or email Ashley@davios.com.
 
 
As Matthew Ridgway sees it, Southern food is simple, sophisticated, seasonal and definitely not stereotypical at The Southern Gentleman. Ridgway is right at home in The Shops Buckhead Atlanta gastropub, and he’s introducing a new menu that leans toward the modern South with roots firmly planted in local meats, produce and classic flavors. At lunch, twirl forks around new Dixie bacon carbonara with turnip greens and thick spaghetti with house-made bacon cured using blackstrap molasses, black pepper and brown sugar. Well-entrenched favorites such as the chicken-fried chicken salad sandwich meet delightful newcomers including crushed field peas with house-made farmer cheese on griddled benne seed toast; Italian burrata; and a country ham Reuben with Brussels sprout slaw. Pre-supper bites add roasted kabocha squash salad with petite arugula, Georgia pecans and onion vinaigrette; steak tartare with cottage-fried potatoes, frisée and black-eyed pea salad; and chicken-fried sweetbreads with Parmesan and house-made Parker rolls and hot sauce. Winter warmers on the supper menu include Creekstone Farm beef cheeks braised in red wine and spices, Creole mustard, bread dumplings and pickled Brussels sprout salad; Riverview pork cochon with baked Gold Rush apples and browned butter cabbage; and North Georgia trout wearing gunpowder cornmeal, pan-fried and served with Carolina long-grain dirty rice and chow-chow. Sides are worthy in their own right -- like roasted heirloom carrots with sorghum and sumac; charred okra with ginger, shallots and garlic; and salt-and-pepper corn fritters. Even in the New South, no one wants to surrender dessert, and blueberry upside-down cake, salted caramel pie, brown butter cake, strawberry financier, peach tarte tatin with preserved peaches, thyme caramel and brown butter ice cream, seasonal ice cream sandwiches and scoops of the day are sweet victories indeed. The Southern Gentleman serves lunch daily from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Dinner hours are Sunday-Wednesday from 5-10 p.m. and Thursday-Saturday from 5-11 p.m. Make reservations online or call 404-939-9845. Valet parking is available.