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When in Atlanta

May 24th, 2013 by Larry

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I wrote about my favorite places in ATL for the new Modern Atlanta book. Get your own copy of the book by attending this year’s events!

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The Optimist’s Lobster Roll

February 12th, 2013 by Larry

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One of my new favorite things to eat in Atlanta is the Lobster Roll at The Optimist. It is only available on their lunch menu, but that’s more convenient for me anyway since The Optimist’s dining room is constantly slammed for dinner after being named Esquire’s Restaurant of the Year for 2012.

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Hot Chicken

December 3rd, 2012 by Larry

I need to try this chicken asap! Word on the street is that ATL’s Holeman & Finch does a version of this chicken which I will be trying tonight. I don’t have any further details, but I’ll be back with an update.

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Office Find: Graveyard “G Sickle” Stickers by We Are The Process

August 29th, 2012 by Larry

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While cleaning our studio the other day, I found a fat stack of these logo stickers we designed and produced for East Atlanta’s Graveyard Tavern back in 2009. We’ll be shipping them out with all online orders from the We Are The Process online store while supplies last! Get ‘em before they’re gone!

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Price’s Chicken Coop

August 12th, 2012 by Larry

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Every time we visit Black Sheep Skate Shop in Charlotte, I always get a nose-tickling waft of fried food from down Camden Road. I recently realized that Price’s Chicken Coop is the place that has been teasing my appetite all these years. The other day, upon meeting up with our friends Ian, Shane, Kevin, Adam, and Cody, we decided to give Price’s a chance at curing our hangovers.

What I didn’t realize is that Price’s Chicken Coop isn’t a restaurant at all. It’s a kitchen and counter. So after paying for my fish & shrimp dinner, I followed the rest of the crew outside and we found a stoop to sit on. The only problem was that we were sitting directly in the sun, chomping on a mountain of fried food. The food is amazing. However, the portion sizes are out-of-control! It was a dumb for me to consider eating an entire “dinner” plate. I ate my way through less than 1/3rd of the food pictured above and was forced to chuck the rest of this grub.

Moderation is the name of the game when visiting Price’s. I came back to ATL and immediately went on a run.

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When in Charlotte…

August 11th, 2012 by Larry

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It’s hard to NOT do a Bear Fight when we’re hanging with so many good friends.

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Heirloom Market

August 7th, 2012 by Larry

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Heirloom Market is one of ATL’s best kept secrets. Southern BBQ chef Cody Taylor teams up with chef Jiyeon Lee (a Korean ex-pat) to provide a perfect marriage of flavors in your mouth. Once in a blue moon, Georgios and myself will brave the lunch crowd for a plate of brisket, mac & cheese, and Korean potatoes. If you don’t know, now you do!

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Atlanta Hawks / Taco Mac “Me +3″ Commercial Spot

March 7th, 2012 by Larry

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I recently lending my acting “talents” to the powers that be at Philips Arena by participating in this commercial for Taco Mac and the Atlanta Hawks. All it took to convince me to show up was a ton of chicken wings, beer, tickets to the game, and my good friends Jamie Gordon and Matty Ryan to be in the spot as well. To top it off, I got to meet the Atlanta Hawks legend aka The Human Highlight Film, Dominique Wilkins. Add this one to the “portfolio”!

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Big Ed’s Heirloom BBQ Sauce

March 2nd, 2012 by Keenan

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Hailing from my hometown of Charleston, South Carolina, a land of mustard based sauces, Big Ed’s Heirloom BBQ Sauce from Pigtail Brands dares you to try its tangy vinegar based sauce. This Low Country recipe is a full-flavored, sweet and hot vinegar based sauce. Personally, I am more of a sweet red sauce fan myself but Big Ed’s is a top-notch sauce. In fact, it kinda changes my views on vinegar base sauces.

Big Ed’s has a nice spicy kick of pepper to it that leaves you wanting more. You can actually see the red pepper flakes floating around in the bottom of the bottle, which I am told is the sign of a good BBQ vinegar sauce. The bottle has a classic black and white label on it, which gives it a real vintage feel. The label also gives you a brief history on this 30+ year recipe and its upbringing at Big Ed’s Barbecue Restaurant & Pigtail Hunt Camp in Gifford, SC. The sauce can be used for mopping on top of BBQ sandwiches or as a marinade for dishes like tofu, fish or any other game you prefer. I slopped it on top of a BBQ Sammie and was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. To top it off, the sauce is also fat free, gluten free, cholesterol free and preservative free! Big Ed’s also just announced that in addition to their South Carolina locations, they will be selling their sauce at Star Provisions in Atlanta. Big Ed’s Heirloom BBQ Sauce is another classic case of local boys done good…

Thanks to Matt for sending us a few bottles of the sauce. We’ve been jamming on it on the regular up at our new spot!

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Photo Recap: We Are the Process Holiday Showcase at Rogue Wave

December 14th, 2011 by Larry

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Thanks to everyone in Charleston that made it out to the We Are the Process Holiday Showcase at Rogue Wave Surf Shop last weekend. It was a blast catching up with old friends and meeting new ones over a few New Belgium brews. Knowing that we have supporters all over the Dirty South is encouraging and it tells us that we are growing the brand the right way. Special shout out to the homie, Tyler Mansour, for the great photos. Check out the photo recap after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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