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DEALCHICKEN | A $400 Restaurant.com gift card for $40

DEALCHICKEN | A $400 Restaurant.com gift card for $40

ATLANTA -- There are only a few days left to take advantage of a huge DealChicken deal -- a $400 Restaurant.com e-gift card for only $40.

All DealChicken members are invited to save $360 on $400 worth of food. The gift card can be used in denominations of $10, $25, $50, $75 or $100 at more than 18,000 restaurants nationwide.

Additionally, 10 percent of proceeds will be given to the Dan Marino Foundation, which serves children with autism and other special needs.

DealChicken offers both local and national daily deals on dining, services and travel. Learn more and sign up at www.dealchicken.com.

Fulton County Health Services Offers Green Certification Webinar for Restaurant Owners

Fulton County Health Services Offers Green Certification Webinar for Restaurant Owners

Webinar opened to restaurant owners and operators

The Fulton County Department of Health Services continues to attract restaurant owners and operators to adopt environmentally sustainable practices for the local food service industry.   Restaurant owners and operators are invited to learn about the benefits of operating a sustainable “green” restaurant and the added benefit of being certified as a “green” operation.  A webinar is scheduled for 3:00 pm – 3:40 pm (Eastern Standard Time) on Thursday, March 15, 2012.  To register, log-on to https://apps.banckle.com/meeting/meeting?id=290551656  or call in to the Conference Dial-in Number: (712) 775-7400; Participant Access Code: 796561#.

HAPEVILLE | Vt. artist fights Chick-fil-A over trademark

HAPEVILLE | Vt. artist fights Chick-fil-A over trademark

MONTPELIER, Vt. -- Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin is throwing the state's support behind a folk artist engaged in a trademark fight with Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A.

Shumlin met publicly with Bo Muller-Moore in Montpelier on Monday to help him launch a fundraising campaign to meet his legal fees.

Muller-Moore has built his business around the phrase "eat more kale" and uses the phrase on T-shirts and other items.

An effort by Muller-Moore to trademark his phrase earlier this year drew a cease-and-desist letter from Chick-fil-A because the company complained "eat more kale" could be confused with its trademarked "Eat Mor Chikin."

Shumlin said the effort, dubbed "Team Kale," is to send Chick-fil-A a message: "Don't mess with Vermont." He said Muller-Moore's business represents "the state's renaissance of local agriculture."

LOCAL PROFILE: Side Dishes with Chef Jason Hill


ATLANTA – Recently, the Where U Live Team spoke with Chef Jason Hill, owner of Inman Park eatery, Wisteria about a couple of his favorite Thanksgiving side dishes. He and Executive Chef Walker Brown explained the dishes and the inspiration behind them.

Hill suggested the Collard Greens and Corn Pudding for people who want to bring a flavorful and exciting dish to their, respective, Thanksgiving dinner. In the video above, Hill walks viewers through preparation of these dishes and the recipes are listed, below.


Corn Pudding:


3/4 cup rice flour

1/4 cup granulated sugar

2 teaspoons baking powder

4 cups corn, cut from the cob or frozen, thawed

1/4 cup buttermilk

4 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted, additional for the baking dish

2 large eggs, separated

2 ounces Asiago cheese (1 cup shredded)

Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper

BEST SPOTS: Thanksgiving Dinner To-Go

BEST SPOTS: Thanksgiving Dinner To-Go

ATLANTA – It’s almost Thanksgiving, have you started preparing? If not, there may be no need; a number of local restaurants are taking the effort out of your Thanksgiving holiday, with pre-prepared and packaged meals. However, don’t hesitate placing your orders because the restaurants we’ve listed are booking up quickly.

Willy's famous Chicken Tortilla Soup is back

Willy's famous Chicken Tortilla Soup is back

ATLANTA -- It's getting cold outside, but it'll be warm in Willy's Mexicana Grill restaurants all winter, now that the famous Chicken Tortilla Soup is back on the menu.

The soup is made from scratch daily and features corn, garlic, jalapeños, onions, tomato purée, chicken broth, spices and white corn tortillas; the tortillas make the soup thick and creamy, meaning that there is no need to add cream to it.

A bowl of soup costs $4.50. The popular recipe will be served through the spring of 2012.

Willy's locations include:

* 196 Alps Road