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[22 Apr 2010 | Add a Comment | 4,765 views]
Smoked Standing Rib Roast – smokey, meaty goodness for Earth Day!

I’ve been itching for a reason to get the smoker going for the first time this year when it hit me that I’d never smoked any beef – only pork and chicken. So chunk o’meat in hand, the plan was laid.

As much as I love pork, I’ll be honest. I really love beef. I mean REALLY. For years now, one of my favorite things to cook (and indeed the most requested thing on holidays), is a dry-aged standing rib roast. For those of you not …

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[20 Apr 2010 | Add a Comment | 2,636 views]
Feria Latina Festival – Stone Mountain

This Hispanic festival combines carnival rides, live music and Latin cuisine with various other activities.

When: April 25, 2010 noon – 10p
Where: Stone Mountain Park, Memorial Lawn
How Much: Free (though you will have to pay the $10 park vehicle fee)
Feria Latina is a celebration of the diversity of Latin American culture that takes place in a historic venue. Thousands of people from all over the state of Georgia attend to enjoy a day of performances by some of the best Latin artists, contests, giveaways, company exhibitions, arts and crafts, international food …

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[13 Apr 2010 | Add a Comment | 3,334 views]
Pan African Festival – Macon

This weekend festival is one of the Tubman Museum’s signature events, and features music, food, a 5K run, parades, poetry and movies. Enjoy the celebration as we show appreciation for the dynamic and diverse cultures created from the African Diaspora.
What: Pan African Festival of Georgia
When: April 17-25, 9a – 8p
Where: Central City Park, Macon, GA
How Much: Free
Details: The 12th annual Pan African Festival in Macon celebrates African influences from around the world, and seeks to educate, celebrate and express common ground through Pan African arts, cultures, families and traditions.
This weekend …

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[13 Apr 2010 | Add a Comment | 2,625 views]
Return to the Renaissance – Weekends this Summer

The Renaissance Festival takes you back, way back in time to the end of the Dark Ages and the beginning of the Age of Light. Special themed weekends are a real treat, for no more money.
What: Georgia Renaissance Festival
When: The Festival is open Saturdays and Sundays, from
April 17 through June 6, 2010 plus Memorial Day, May 31
10:30a – 6:00p, rain or shine.
Where: The Festival is located minutes south of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. From Atlanta: Travel southbound through downtown Atlanta on the I-75/85 Connector. Exit onto I-85 south …