Make a succulent dish garden at Wylde Center: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Join Kurt Straudt of southeastsucculents.com and learn how to make beautiful succulents arrangements! Save money and be able to make special gifts for friends and family. The cost of this class includes everything (soil, plants, decorative stones or moss) except the container. Reuse an old dish garden container or some great yard-sale find! Just about anything will do, however succulents are easier to care in containers that have a drain hole. Pre-registration required $35 The show starts at 7:00 PM
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Alison's Famous Pimento Cheese Omelette at Sun in my Belly
Start the day with pimento goodness. Alison's pimento cheese omelette showcases Sun in my Belly's mastery of the basics married with their love of the South. Pair it with fresh squeezed OJ and delicious coffee, and you're good to go.
Bouquet Shopping at Candler Park Flowers
Go to Candler Park Flower Mart - the best little florist in Atlanta. Pick out a peach rose, or a hot lady lilly, or anything else that Dawn or Wanda recommend. They know what they're doing. It's so worth it. ($10) The show starts at 10:00 AM
Time for an afternoon sleep...
Salumi, creton and elberton blue at Abattoir
This west midtown gastropub puts out a great selection of cheese, locally sourced small plates, and tasty entrees focused on sublime meats. Sit at the bar. It's a square, cast concrete affair. Very minimalist, very cool. Try the salumi, cremont and elberton blue for cheese. The pig ears are awesome, as well as the figs. I often like to stick with small pates at Abattoir, but if you venture into entree territory, try the lamb or the shrimp and grits. Both amazing. ($40 per person).
Make a succulent dish garden at Wylde Center
Enjoy!! The show starts at 7:00 PM
Cabrito Carbonara at Iberian Pig
An early dinner in Decatur is a good idea. How about the Iberian Pig? It hustles. It bustles. It's got amazing cocktails, and wonderful tapas. From IP, on the meaning of their name: "The Black-footed Iberian Pigs that roam Spain create some of the most sought after cured meat in the world, Jamon Iberico. Only recently imported into the United States, we are one of the select few restaurants in the country that serves the acorn fed Iberico ham from Spain. To preserve the integrity of Jamon Iberico, we slice the ham in view of our guests on a imported mechanical proscuitto slicer from Italy. Served with toasted ciabatta and espresso aioli, this item is truly a signature of the restaurant." Start out with an Iberian Old Fashioned. Then a small plate. I love, love, love the manchego mac & cheese. Also try out the cabrito carbonara. So, so good. Be adventuresome, and give it a try. ($40 per person).