Patricia Cobe

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Patricia Cobe

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Local Kitchens' partnerships help existing restaurants grow and new ones start up

Co-founder Andrew Munday collaborates with chefs and small independents to offer unique dining experiences under one roof.


Recipe report: Holiday baking

Peak baking season is underway, with the winter holidays right around the corner. So get out the pie tins, cake pans and rolling pins and start baking, beginning with these five dessert recipes.

Fulton County Medical Center and other Cura-managed hospitals go 24/7 with "The Lunch Box."

The boring hotel breakfast is being tossed aside, as brands reimagine what the morning meal can be.

Peppermint is pushing out pumpkin spice and taking over beverage menus for the holidays, with coffee chains leading the way.

CEO Troy Hooper describes how the concept differentiates itself in the Asian space through its authentic menu, service style and design.

Try one of these five crowd-pleasers to revitalize your pasta repertoire and get out of that recipe rut.

Menus included Haitian foods in honor of new President Claudine Gay’s heritage.

With corporate chef Andrew Ashmore at the helm, the Lettuce Entertain You concept pulls in crowds for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The initiative will also streamline food distribution for the Pitt Eats dining team.

With Halloween in the rearview mirror and Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it’s time to think about side dishes for holiday meals. These five recipes will take you straight from the thinking stage and into the kitchen.

The winner was crowned “champion” of the Mongolian Station in Commons Dining Hall.

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