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A Cookbook Review: Well Fed 2

As many of you probably already know.  I love everything about food.  What’s not to love?  Cooking is fun, eating is AWESOME!  So, you might be surprised to find that I have never had a physical hard copy cook book before!  Yep, like many of you out there, I’ve always done all my researching through the web.  So that is why I was very excited when I received my review copy of Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat by Melissa Joulwan, the blogger of The Clothes Make The Girl.

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Urban pL8: A Paleo (and Non-Paleo) Restaurant

This Sunday, I ventured to downtown Atlanta to try out the Paleo restaurant: Urban pL8 for brunch.  It is a bit tucked away so that if you hadn’t already heard of the place, you might not ever stumble in.  However, when we got there it was 100% packed.  I think that really says something about the restaurant!

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Luncheon at Prime Sushi and Steak House

At some point in time, someone came up with the concept of sushi and steak combination.  Now, we’re not sure who, but Prime claims that they are “known as one of the first restaurants to be a sushi and steak house concept”.  I’m not so sure about that one, but the several times I’ve been there, their food has not dissapoint!

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Another Sichuan Gold: Gu’s Bistro (渝蓉和)

It would seem that the best Sichuan food I can find are, well, not exactly holes in the wall, but let’s just say in a very random shopping centers where you don’t think there’s going to be anything good to eat. So that is exactly where Gu’s Bistro (渝蓉和) is located in Doraville, Georgia.

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Smoked Pork and Some Other Deliciousness at Cue

Cue is this restaurant I found in the Alpahretta area of Georgia.  The first time I’ve ever gone there, the food was good but I didn’t remember it well as I didn’t really have BBQ ever back then.  Now that I’ve had lots of yummy BBQ, I can vouch that this place is seriously delicious.  (Even Yelp agrees!)

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