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Take your waffles to a new level with a Fall flavored ingredient and fresh raspberries! 
Cream cheese fruit dip made with cinnamon, served with fresh raspberries, on homestyle waffles. Discover a new way to eat your waffles.
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Today is National Cheeseburger Day! Celebrate with this cheddar stuffed Angus Beef cheeseburger for dinner tonight. #cheeseburgerday

Recipe:  http://missfoodiefab.com/best-cheeseburger-recipe/ 
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Step right on up and grab this recipe for Bacon Cinnamon Rolls just in time for #BaconDay 2014! Sweet salty brown sugar bacon, and gooey cinnamon rolls, await you! #bacon   #recipe  
Bacon Cinnamon Rolls so gooey, salty, & sweet. A cinnamon roll recipe so easy even kids can make it.
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LMAO! Bwahahahahaha +Toy M!
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Discover how you can reward your bank account with healthy choices. Because being healthy shouldn't just be about weight loss only. 
Healthy choices not only reward your body, but they can also reward your bank account. Walgreens healthy choices program saves you money and gets you fit.
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Dear Jesus, please send me two bowls of this from heaven. Pretty please. 
 
Slow Cooker Lamb Shanks
Serves 2 - 4
Ingredients
4 french-trimmed lamb shanks (I used grass-fed organic)
1/4 cup arrowroot flour
3 tablespoons coconut oil
1 large onion, chopped
2 medium carrots, chopped
2 celery stalks, chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tin organic crushed tomatoes
2 tablespoons organic tomato paste
2 cups beef stock (preferably organic or home made)
1 tablespoon oregano
1 tablespoon thyme
1 tablespoon rosemary
Sea salt and pepper
Method
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Heat 2 tablespoons of coconut oil on a large fry pan on moderate high heat and brown shanks for approximately 10 minutes, turning regularly. Place shanks in slow cooker
Turn fry pan heat to medium and heat 1 tablespoon coconut oil. Add onion, garlic, carrot and celery and cook until softened, approximately 5 - 8 minutes
Add tomato paste and stir through for approximately 1 minute
Add stock, tomato and herbs and bring to the boil
Add to the shanks in the slow cooker and cook for 6-7 hours on low heat.
Remove the shanks and cover to keep warm. Turn the slow cooker heat to high and cook liquid, uncovered for approximately 30 - 60 minutes or until thickened slightly
Serve and enjoy
 
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Grab a handful of this easy, simple, and addicting popcorn snack. It's perfect for game day snacking without the regret. #recipes
A honey and almond popcorn made with Skinny Girl low calorie popcorn, honey, and dry roasted almonds for low calorie snacking.
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Good Lawd, give me two of these Turkey & Bacon Club sandwiches right now. I can not wait for #BaconDay 2014! #bacon #recipe    
Celebrate International Bacon Day on  August 30th with this delicious Turkey Club, so easy to make, and so tasty. My secret kick is in the Mayo. Check out… - Elle Peters - Google+
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Stop by Fridgg.com and check out my food photography gallery, just remember that drooling may occur. You've been warned! #foodphotography  
Fridgg lets you create a gallery to show off your own food photography, as well as discover other amazing food photography, delicious recipes, and great food bloggers.
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+Tiffini Gatlin Yes, mission accomplished. +cheree forte Please do!
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Wanna learn how to stay sane at work? Check out these 5 tips to keep you mentally and physically whole on your 9 to 5! 
5 Good work habits to keep you fueled, sane, and productive while at work. Tips to help you maintain without running out of fuel while working your 9-5.
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Check out this Italian meatloaf recipe that's so flavorful you'll be looking at meatloaf different forever. #recipe #recipeoftheday 
Italian meatloaf recipe made with red pasta sauce, fresh veggies, and hearty garlic.
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Make this tasty Chicken Salad Sandwich for lunch tomorrow, and make all your co-workers jealous.

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Chicken salad sandwich with creamy ranch dressing, crunchy celery, and cilantro on a croissant roll.
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Grab a spoon and dig into this chocolate and fruit dessert that's satisfying, delicious, and better for you! #dessert #recipes 
A fruit salad recipe that is easy, delicious, and better for you.
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Atlanta, Georgia
This location's management, service, & decor aren't the best in comparison to the other Johnny's New York Style Pizza restaurants. The pizza is great, but I'm a stickler for customer service. Even though this location is very close to my house, I will never go back based on the service alone. Managers/owners with attitudes, and an employee talking smack to said manger/owner in front of a customer is not a good look. Ever. Like I said, great pizza. But service. Nah.
Food: GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Lawd, I'm not sure why the BET awards and more African-American plays and concerts aren't held here. Well I am, but......*sips tea* Point is, this place is waaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyy ayyyyyyyyyy ayyyyyy ay better than the foolery of the Atlanta Civic Center, and much more nicer than the not so fabulous Fox Theater. Service here is excellent. At every corner there is an usher with a smile on his or her place and ready to help. I was so impressed with the ushers that I had to say to myself, "What are they piping into the air ducts in this place, because these people are way too nice and hospitable?!" As for the seats, I can appreciate that there is ample room for my lovely lady lumps. No little seats here, they are plush and comfortable. Oh, and you darn sure do not need to fight for elbow space with your significant other. Nope. At. All. From now on if something isn't going to be held at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, I might don't make it.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I've been to two other Johnny's NY Style Pizza restaurants, Douglasville & Lithia Springs, and this is my absolute favorite. Although I prefer the thinner crust and the greasier taste of the Douglasville restaurant, this Johnny's is my absolute favorite overall. The Midtown Johnny's has consistently friendly servers, and the restaurant is waaaay more cleaner than the Douglasville & Lithia Spring locations. They also have free trivia every Wednesday, and $3.25 well drinks every day. As far as the food, yeah it may be more than your local fast food pizza joint but the pizza is always fresh and made to order. You can definitely taste the pizza was made with a little bit of love and freshness. Yep, I'm a fan!
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Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Lawd, O.B.'s is where the best and brightest catfish go to die. Well, after they are bathed, drenched, and fried in THE most golden, flakiest, crustiest batter ever. O.B.'s fried catfish fillets are so beautiful that someone described my picture of O.B.'s catfish crust as, "Being formed from the tears of Jesus!" Yep, now you know that is some serious crust. I ordered a catfish fillets plate, which comes with two sides and choice of bread, with mac n' cheese and fried okra. Hunty, when I tell you that was some of the best damn fried okra and catfish I ever tasted. It was instant drool. Usually I can describe exactly what my food tastes like, but I'll just say one word: Heaven. The mac n' cheesy was extremely cheesy, just the way I like it, and you could tell there wasn't any Velveeta in site when it was made. The lemonade was sugar diabetes in training, just the way I love it, and the hush puppies were the perfect texture and flavor. Oh and the best thing was I ate off my plate for 3 days, and I can eat. O.B.'s is certainly not playing with their portions. This is good old down home Southern fat fat paradise, and I LOVE IT!
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Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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The sushi at Strip is surprisingly good, and the octopus salad is a must do. For a sushi snob, I have to say Strip is the only place so far in the Atlanta area that makes me have hope that good sushi can be found in Georgia. Service was great, and on a Friday night it appears to be a great spot for a girl's night out or a date night. At Strip the price is right, sushi is good, and service is great. Definitely garners an A-OK!
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I went to the Taste of Atlanta as a volunteer to help man Yelp's booth (and that was a fun experience in itself), and I'll definitely be back next year whether volunteering or not. First off, yes it's true there weren't that many vegetarian options. So, if you are a true vegetarian and don't eat meat at all, you may not be thrilled with the selections available for the price of entrance (unless you get tickets at a discounted price). However, if you are flexible with your diet, you will enjoy Taste of Atlanta. There are several vendors from some of Atlanta's best and well known restaurants and if you plan it right you can eat pretty well even leave with a full belly, even without a purchase of a VIP ticket. Speaking of VIP tickets, when I say wine & liquor galore is in the VIP tent, believe me. Yes it can get crowded, so you want to make sure to get in and out early of the VIP tent, but the beverage and food tastings are worth it. Also, the VIP tickets provided an awesome goodie bag filled with samples from local and national vendors and a commemorative TOA wine glass. As a foodie the goodie bag was great because I found many new food and beverage products from companies I never heard of before, just form the goodie bag alone. Overall, a must do even if once!
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Appeal: Very GoodFacilities: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
So Kong Dong has a name that makes me giggle. Yes, I really am that juvenile. Name aside though, this place was unimpressive. I would like to think that I again fell to the occurrence of ordering the wrong dish. However, I do not think that was the case. I've had Korean BBQ before and this just didn't do it for me. This was a shame, because the BBQ was what I went to So Kong Dong for. I ordered the BBQ beef and spicy tofu soup. My meal came with the standard kimchi, green salad, bean sprouts, tea, and a small fried fish. The tofu soup came with a raw egg in which I saw other people put into their soup. So monkey see, monkey did. The tofu soup was nice and hot, but it did not give me the kick I was expecting for it to be labeled spicy. The waiter was pleasant, and even with the language barrier he was able to understand my request for condiments. This was a life saver, because I definitely needed salt and pepper for my meal. I'm sure Buford Highway has some great Korean BBQ restaurants, however for me this was not one of them.
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Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago