October 17, 2016 by Katie Kriner

Postcard Artist Spotlight: Krista Lark Slater

Krista went to school for visual art and art history at Rollins college in Winter Park, FL, but found a new love in the art of wine while studying in Germany. Eventually moving to California, she became a sommelier, and became enlightened in foodways in general. Krista has worked for over a decade in the world of wine, spirits and restaurants; most recently co-owning H. Harper Station in Atlanta alongside her husband Jerry. After opting to close up shop in 2016 after nearly 6 years, Krista has had more time to paint and draw, and started drawing what she knows best: food and drink. "There is so much of beauty to be found in the color, shapes, and texture of what we consume."

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October 17, 2016 by Katie Kriner

Postcard Artist Spotlight: Rachael Nerney

Rachael Nerney is an illustrator and designer that is completely in love with food. The art of gathering, preparing and sharing meals is a huge source of inspiration for Rachael’s artwork. Hand painted menu boards, farmer’s markets, seasonal vegetables, and travel are all constantly feeding the desire to paint everything that is connected to the culinary world. She has an affinity to watercolor and its unpredictable ways and strives to use this method of working to capture the essence of beauty in everyday experiences.

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September 18, 2016 by Emily Clausen

Partnership Profile: Joseph Joseph

Here at PeachDish, one of our driving missions is to get people back in the kitchen, understanding and loving the meals they create. Cooking is an organic process meant to be enjoyed at every stage, from sourcing with local, responsible farmers and vendors, to chopping, dicing, and sauteeing, to savoring healthy dishes. Brothers Antony and Richard Joseph created their line of kitchen products for the same reasons. They come from a family of engineers and problem solvers and wanted to apply their passion and expertise to the home.

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June 26, 2016 by Hadi Irvani

New York, New York

Earlier in 2016, Chef Seth was named a Georgia Grown Executive Chef - an honor given to a handful of Georgia chefs each year. The mission of this program is "to promote and foster relationships between chefs and farmers." This year's group of chefs was invited to prepare a multi-course meal at The James Beard House that featured Georgia-grown ingredients in the heart of the big city. Attendees included fellow Georgians like Gary Black, the Agriculture Commissioner.

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May 04, 2016 by Hadi Irvani

PeachDish Launches The Ribbon Series

The first Ribbon Series dish, Wild-Caught Sockeye Salmon with Sugar Snap Peas, Fregola & Herbed Ricotta, will feature a wild caught Alaskan Sockeye Salmon from family-run Wild Salmon Co. This Asheville, North Carolina-based company brings sustainably caught Alaskan salmon to the Southeast, where it is snapped up at farmers markets. It might seem like a strange marriage between the ocean and the land, but somehow it works. This menu lets the rich flavor and texture of the fish shine through, enhanced with a mild ricotta and a hint of lemon and honey.

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September 22, 2015 by Hadi Irvani

PeachDish Video Contest Winners!

As you may know, PeachDish recently wrapped up a video contest where customers could win 20 weeks of PeachDish by submitting a video of themselves cooking PeachDish. We received an overwhelming number of entries, and it was tough for our team to pick a favorite. So tough, in fact, that we ended with a tie! We're happy to share our two winning videos! Enjoy and don't forget to keep showing us on social media how you enjoy PeachDish by posting photos using #peachdishmeal.

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November 30, 2014 by Hadi Irvani

Love at First Taste: Meeting Krog Street Market

Last week the PeachDish team went to the pre-opening party for the Krog Street Market. For all of those who don’t know, Krog Street Market is a West Coast style market hall. For all those wondering, Krog Street Market is awesome. Not only is Krog Street Market conveniently located on the Beltline (near Rathbun’s), it’s the new home of foodie favorites like The Spotted Trotter, The Little Tart, Gu’s Dumplings (seriously!), The Luminary, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, and more. It’s the perfect mix of dining and retail. The space itself is beautiful, brightly lit, and industrial while still being comfortable. There’s also a small, glass-windowed room next to The Spotted Trotter where, if your level of squemishness will allow it, you can watch Kevin Outz and his team expertly butcher whole animals. The PeachDish team spent a fantastic evening eating and drinking our way around the market. The event was attended by a mix of local artisans, the Atlanta food scene, and impressively tattooed chefs. Here's a run down of the event:

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