Executive Chef Michael Klein of Georgia’s Lake Lanier Islands Resort shares a few secrets to assembling a crowd-pleasing holiday menu – while saving a little time to actually enjoy the holiday outside of the kitchen.
While there’s really nothing wrong with walking the streets and singing some seasonal classics to the entertainment of those who pass by, this talent might be most appreciated at a few of the “carol-centric” organized events around town.
While the traditional latke recipe is so good that it has lasted for centuries, there are a number of ways that families can add a little twist to their Hanukkah celebrations.
Many of the farms listed here offer all of the supplies necessary to cut down a tree, paired with fun activities such as catching a hayride, roasting marshmallows and sharing a wish list with Santa Claus.
While Atlanta offers its fair share of family-friendly attractions and activities for a nominal fee, there are a number of fabulous free options that parents might want to consider adding to their autumn agendas.
Although Atlanta is filled to overflowing with excellent resources for preparing for any high school dance, this is a list of five great places around town to help starry-eyed dance attendees get started.
Luckily for Atlanta beer lovers, there are a number of excellent resources in town to not only help them launch their own home brew hobby, but to also keep them well stocked in hops, malts and other essential home-brewing supplies.
These shops provide spectacular options for would-be treasure hunters who loathe big box furniture store chains and desire hand-picked, one-of-a-kind items with authentic character and style.
Refer to this guide for a fun-filled day for the whole family at Zoo Atlanta.
Dog owners of all breeds and temperaments can accompany their precious pups on a leisurely stroll to simply enjoy the scenery or a serious sojourn to health and wellness along any one of these trails in and around the Atlanta area.