After visiting the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival last weekend, New York food writer Josh Ozersky claims that "there is only one indispensable event, and [this] is it." He says the reason that this festival is the most successful is because the best chefs in the country are "being grown" here, drawing inspiration from regional traditions right in front of them, and calls the South the "new capital of gastronomy in America." [Rachael Ray]
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