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posted on May 29, 2008 at 6:21 am

Mounds of crumpled paper napkins, sauce-stained chins and finger licking are an entrance fee most hardcore grubbers gladly pay for good wings. If the getting’s good, people will drive miles for chicken wings, but you don’t have to go far if you know where to look. The South is littered with freestanding wing shacks offering stellar wings that rival the top-notch restaurant versions. Click here to read the rest…

Baguettes are as ubiquitous as supermarket sushi, but convenience comes at a price. No amount of expensive butter or homemade jam can mask the lack of love and precision in a bastardized baguette. Bread baking is an art and a science. Forget authenticity. Flavor, freshness and texture are the only factors that matter. We went hunting and here are our picks — after tasting many stale and downright odd specimens — that are worthy of any crumb connoisseur’s breadbasket. Click here to read the rest…
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2 comments

  • Re: Check out my articles in this week’s issue of Creative Loafing
    posted by: Anonymous · May 30, 2008  9:13 AM

    Those wings look and sound awesome.

  • Re: Check out my articles in this week’s issue of Creative Loafing
    posted by: Leah · June 2, 2008  6:14 AM

    another great spot for wings is The Local on ponce de leon. they pressure cook their wings before frying them, so they fall of the bones. they are not on the menu, but have had them everytime ive been in.

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