Atlanta Real Food is run by the Atlanta area chapter leaders of The Weston A. Price Foundation. Here you will find the latest news from local farmers, get information on how to properly prepare real foods, and stay up to date on local events.
All ages and abilities are welcome. Just bring a water bottle and a winning attitude! See you there!
International Archaeology Day is this Saturday, October 20th. Come join KSU and check out their activities and demonstrations!
4 Planned Activities
*Animal Skull/Bone Identification: cast and real animal skulls (and perhaps a few other bones). Children can try to identify the type of animal they think belongs to what skull (or bone).
*Sandbox excavation: Lets learn a little bit about how real archaeologists excavate for artifacts.
*Cuneiform: Give ancient writing a try.
*Pump drilling: Children get to try their hand at an ancient culture activity.
Chef Demo This Saturday at 10:00am
Featuring Chef Woolery Back
With a culinary style influenced by his Kentucky roots, Back began his hospitality industry career in the front of the house at a few small places around New York. Eventually, his place moved to the kitchen where he honed his interest in cooking. A move to Virginia to attend Johnson & Wales University earned him a degree in culinary arts, solidifying his career choice.
Sous chef positions at spots such as Havana and Mahi Mahs fueled his love for cooking, but it wasn't until he was named chef de cuisine at Coastal Grill that he fell in love with Southern cuisine in particular. As such, he moved further south and served as sous chef with the famed Tom Collicco at Craft. Upon Craft's closing, he met chef Linton Hopkins who led him to Holeman and Finch and his most recent position as executive sous chef at Restaurant Eugene. After four years with chef Linton, he is eager to take his friendships with farmers and responsible sourcing to Roswell, Ga. at Table & Main and as partner at the new Alpharetta restaurant Coalition food and Beverage