Long hailed for a mastery of ham far beyond the skills of mere mortal meat cookers, the meat mavens at HoneyBaked Ham invite you to put their newly honed turkey skills to the test with today's Groupon: a whole roasted turkey breast for $12 (an up to $25 value). Get your moist turkey breast unadulterated, or let the HoneyBaked masters finish your bird with crackling sweet glaze, which may or may not be cooled by having volunteer glaze-pixies fan it with their wings. Call one of HoneyBaked's participating locations (found here and in the sidebar to the right) to reserve your order, and pick up your juicy bird.
Miracles of Massage offers a wide variety of massage therapy services. Therapeutic methods are utilized to help you relax, restore, and rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit. Our licensed massage therapists are highly trained in the science as well as the art of massage.
At Harmoni Med Spa, the staff, led by licsensed aesthetician Tina McGuire and board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Al Rosenthal, make sure that decisions to choose a spa treatment are not driven by hard-sell tactics. The team offers a wide variety of facials and peels, including diamond microdermabrasions, Botox, non-surgical facelifts, enzyme peels, and more. Complementing the services are a selection of high-quality products by PCA and B. Kamins. The friendly and expert staff also ensure that patients are well informed about their skin and how to treat it so that the results last.
Holly’s cupcakes are made from scratch every day and decorated delightfully with superbly swirled dollops of homemade icing. These handheld treats come in a cavalcade of flavors. Classic combinations, such as chocolate and vanilla, are available every day, and creative cakes make guest appearances on different days of the week. On Tuesday, let your tongue ride atop a hummingbird (a traditional Southern cake with banana, pineapple, and pecans, topped with vanilla cream-cheese frosting) down the rocky road (a chocolate cake topped with ganache frosting, marshmallows, pecans, and drizzled chocolate). Or, drop by on Friday for a pink lemonade or Boston cream cup. Holly’s Cupcake Shop is closed Sundays and Mondays.
Athens native Emily Ullrich began cultivating a fervor for food at an early age, spending her youth cooking southern-style dishes under the guidance of her grandmother. At age 16, Emily took a job at the local Hawthorne Drugs’s soda fountain, working there intermittently before taking charge and transforming it into a full-service restaurant 12 years later. Visitors to the drugstore can meander into the restaurant’s intimate dining room, where apple-green and azure walls and antiques create a welcoming household kitchen atmosphere. The eatery’s menu of classic and specialty sandwiches placed it among the top local restaurants at Taste of Athens 2012, and its signature Brunswick stew landed it in the list of finalists for the Flavor of Georgia 2012. If the scent of baking cheesy biscuits and roasting authentic Cuban sandwiches don’t inspire nostrils to belt out the chorus of Yankee Doodle, the dexterous chef welcomes guests to suggest their own creations from kitchen ingredients.
When discussing Nigerian cooking with reporters from Atlanta Goodlife Magazine, Kunmi Oluleye beamed, "it's something that I do blindfolded." After all, Kunmi has been cooking since the age of 8, whipping up meals for her parents and three younger siblings and baking traditional breads, meat pies, and sausage rolls at her father's bakery in Lagos, Nigeria. Today, she brings her time-honored family recipes and lifetime of expertise to her own catering company—Sheba Foods.
Aided by a staff of African chefs, Kunmi folds traditional spices into authentic dishes from the continent. Deep in the Sheba kitchen, the chefs simmer meaty stews and fry plantains while plump sausage rolls rise in the oven. They deliver the fresh, dried, and prepared foods to homes around the world and cater freshly made feasts at local special events and parties. Their products have been in the shelves of mainstream supermarkets for years, and they continue to expand into new markets and grow from the branches of lunchbox trees around the country.