For generations of Emory University students, faculty and staff, Everybody’s Pizza has been that restaurant. The campus restaurant. Lots of food for a decent price, cheap drinks and the kinds of oddball dishes that people cramming for finals learn to crave — such as Thai chicken pizza salad. But just as the number of food offerings in Emory Village are on the upswing, Everybody’s has decided to call it quits.
Got beef? You could win $25,000 in the National Beef Cook-Off. Create a delicious beef recipe that is convenient and healthy for your shot to win a trip to the Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show in Washington, D.C., and the coveted cash prize. Multiple entries are accepted, but all are due April 15. See the Food and More blog for additional contest details.
I’ve been called a lot of things, but “healthy eater” isn’t one of them. I recently watched the documentary “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead,” which follows Australian Joe Cross, who comes to America for a 60-day juice fast to counteract a lifetime of dietary abuse. It’s eye-opening and terrifying. On our blog, you’ll find the recipe for “The Mean Green,” a juice blend from the film.