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The Seoul of Atlanta

In the city’s sprawling exurbs, home to some 50,000 Korean immigrants, John T. Edge and musician Joe Kwon taste a new kind of Southern cooking



Video: The Seoul of Atlanta

This is what happens when musician Joe Kwon and columnist John T. Edge explore the Korean influence in the exurbs of Atlanta

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Food & Drink

Discover Atlanta’s Seoul

A tour of the Korean influence in the exurbs of Atlanta

Arts & Culture

The Lunch Counter

Fifty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, a look at the past and promise of the most democratic restaurant space of all

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A Top Chef’s Next Course

Edward Lee lets loose and the flavors stand tall at Louisville’s MilkWood

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Tastes Like Home

Step into the living room and grab a plate of chicken

Food & Drink

John T. Edge’s Top Ten Dishes of 2013

From boudin that’s gone global to a Caesar that’s all Florida to smoke-kissed chicken with an Alabama shimmer, these 2013 favorites from the hungriest man in the South are a serious helping of Dixie flavor––classic and contemporary

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Alabama’s White Gold

Pat Martin’s three-state take on a barbecue classic

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Tastes Like Summer

The Pizza Bar serves up a slice of Old Florida

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Richmond’s Roosevelt

The Roosevelt channels a Depression-era ethos into Southern riches

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Good Eats 2012

Here are John T. Edge’s top ten dishes of the year––from lardo-wrapped fish to one hell of a tomato sandwich

Food & Drink

Barbecue Road Trip: The Smoke Road

A father-son search for pork and wisdom on Tennessee’s barbecue byways

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Asheville’s Eclectic Admiral

Part blue collar, part white tablecloth, the Admiral is in a class of its own

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Cream of the Crop: Empire State South

Blending a little old with a lot of bold, Empire State South conquers new Southern territory

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Durham’s Sweet Spot

Scratch satisfies the itch for baked goods done right

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Southern to the Bone

Chef Sean Brock’s latest venture might just be the ultimate in Dixie dining