Design Notebook

Photo: David Christensen

Out & About
Where you’ll find our editors this week: Don’t miss the sixth annual Luxury Living Show at Phipps Plaza’s Monarch Court to check out the latest kitchen, bath and outdoor living products and trends. A collaboration between Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles and the city’s top design professionals, the display features the Dream Kitchen, Dream Bath and the first ever Outdoor Living display. Find photos of last year’s show here and read the full program in our March issue. This weekend, celebrate all things handmade at the American Craft Council Atlanta Show, held at the Cobb Galleria Centre from March 13—15. The largest the largest juried, indoor craft show in the Southeast, the event will showcase high-quality jewelry, clothing, furniture and home décor from more than more than 225 artists. Purchase tickets and find more information here.

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What’s Cooking

With three Atlanta chefs debuting new cookbooks this month, we can hardly wait to start whipping up mouthwatering Southern-inspired recipes. In his first cookbook, Root to LeafSteven Satterfield of Miller Union, celebrates fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables with nearly 200 veggie-based recipes accompanied by 300 mouthwatering photographs. Gunshow’s Kevin Gillespie debuts his second cookbook, Pure Pork Awesomeness: Totally Cookable Recipes from Around the World this month, honing in on the various ways to prepare a single ingredient: pork. (Get your copy signed by Gillespie himself at AH&L’s Reader Day at ADAC.) Also hitting stands in March is Southern food authority Virginia Willis’ newest release,Lighten Up, Y’allClassic Southern Recipes Made Healthy and WholesomeAhealth-conscious take on traditional Southern comfort food, the book features classics such as pimento cheese and Buttermilk Potato Gratin.