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Local, Fresh, Sustainable – South City Kitchen

This month we were lucky enough to sit down and talk with Executive Chef Chip Ulbrich of South City Kitchen.  We discussed everything from the challenges of running “Twin” restaurants in the Atlanta metro area, to local sourcing of ingredients, his suppliers, his Yankee past and his own personal Thanksgiving traditions. Chef Ulbrich also talked about why he thinks Southern food has become so popular and how place like South City Kitchen has survived in Atlanta to become local culinary institution.  So enjoy part two of our culinary discovery with Chef Chip Ulbrich.  Stay Hungry Y’all.

-The Hungry Southerner

Note: Also available on YouTube

If you’re going to be in Atlanta area for Thanksgiving and you’re looking for a great place to dine.  Both the Midtown and Vinings locations of South City Kitchen will be open serving special Thanksgiving day menus starting at 11:00 am for $39.95 for adults and $19.95 for kids 12 and under. Be sure to call ahead and make sure you have a reservation. Be sure to check there website for all the details, menu options and reservations.  It’s going to be a wonderful menu full of Southern ingredients and great value.  We’re not even paid to say this…we just love these guys, so go out support your local Eateries and Chefs and tell them Thank You this Thanksgiving.

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Local, Fresh, Sustainable – Chef Chris Hall

In an effort to bring Southerners back in touch with their food and local producers, The Hungry Southerner is doing a series of interviews with Southern farmers, producers, businesses and chefs discussing what they are doing that is unique to be sustainable, fresh and most important, a respected presence in their local economy.  Our goal is to document and share with you some really great stories of Southerners with a passion for what they do.  You’ll see everything from a family run pickling business to hand made aprons, sustainable restaurants and even some local dairy farmers.  We want our readers to share in our passion for supporting local economy and ensuring that the crafts of these businesses are being honored and passed on to the next generation.

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