Friday, May 27, 2011
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Take a couple of hours out of your 3-day weekend to learn about the spices of India's southern coast. They don't call it the spice route for nothing, you know. Join Asha Gomez, the kitchen guru behind the monthly Spice Route Supper Club dinners, as she filters through the exotica to simplify things for us regular folk at Williams-Sonoma in Lenox Square from 1 - 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 28. Spending the afternoon with Gomez could lead to a tastefully memorable Memorial Day weekend and many meals to come.
Want to get on the invitation list for future Spice Route Supper Club events? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On another note, for you golf fans looking for a new set of irons, driver or bag then join Ray's at Killer Creek for a raffle for a great cause. On April 17, Primus Sanders, a six-year employee in the Ray's at Killer Creek family, experienced a tragic fall that left him in a wheelchair and recovering at Atlanta's Shepherd Center. Locally, Sanders does not have any immediate family to help him get through the recovery process of this life-changing accident. His Ray's at Killer Creek family has taken on the responsibility of supporting him until he heals enough to support himself. Through a very generous donation from Mizuno, the staff is raffling a set of MP-52 irons (3-PW), a JPX-800 driver and an Aerolite stand bag with a total value of $1300. Tickets are $10 each or three for $20. The drawing will be held on June 17 -- just in time for Father's Day! See a manager to purchase tickets. By the way Dish readers, the Ray's at Killer Creek staff also is on the lookout for an apartment that's wheelchair accessible and maneuverable for Sanders to live in during his rehabilitation.
Ray's on the River: 6700 Powers Ferry Road; 770-955-1187.
Ray's at Killer Creek: 1700 Mansell Road, Alpharetta; 770-649-0064.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Fadó Irish Pub & Restaurant: 273 Buckhead Avenue; 404-841-0066.