Milton’s Garden Dinner


Garden Dinners throughout the summer in Milton’s Garden acre. Organic farming from seed to fork. Reserve your seat for the September and October seatings here!

Tom Sullivan is a Television Host and Corporate Emcee based in Atlanta Georgia. Tom annually hosts Taste of Atlanta “Chef’s Table” where he shares his love of food with local Chef’s.

Don Antonio by Starita

I’ve always wanted to travel to Italy to eat pizza and drink wine.   So in the meantime  I traveled just across town to experience Don Antonio by Starita.  Now I’ve had amazing pizza here in Atlanta, Woodstock and in between but clear the plate because Don Antonio is in town and is truly the best I’ve ever enjoyed.
Located to the right of the St. Regis hotel in a small strip center is Don Antonio.  (Far left corner of center that has Dry Bar.)
World-renowned Neapolitan pizza chefs, Roberto Caporuscio of the wildly popular Kesté Pizza & Vino in New York City, and his maestro, Antonio Starita, third generation owner of one Naples’ oldest and most revered pizzerias, Pizzeria Starita a Materdei, have joined forces to bring authentic Neapolitan pizza to  Buckhead Atlanta at Don Antonio by Starita.


Don Antonio is rolling out their summer Georgia peach menu featuring Georiga peaches.  We started with homemade Bellini’s. Georgia peaches, raspberry puree and prosecco all combine to say you are loved!!
Bellini1Why stop there so we didn’t! Bring on the “A.T.L.” (I thought it meant all the love or at the lounge.  It was all that.)  Freshly brewed iced tea with perfect Georgia peaches, oranges, lemons & simple syrup topped with bourbon!! (The peaches have been soaking in bourbon too!)

Now the life changer.  Burrata Con Pesche.  Housemade burrata, georgia peaches, mint, lemon, cherry tomatoes, balsamic glaze and extra virgin olive oil.  This beautiful “pillow” of love was by far the most incredible tasting Burrata I’ve ever had.  Period.  Just take a moment and lust after it…yes, you are drooling.  Your tongue is tingly.  Go there now.

They make the mozzarella fresh daily.  You will taste the difference.  Slowly savor every bite.


The Insalata Di Pesche E Lampone with Georgia peaches, raspberries, arugula, parmigiano reggiano, balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil was crisp, refreshing and beautiful.


Vikki and I stepped over to the kitchen where two Italian pizza ovens cook pizzas in just 90 seconds! We began with the Pizza ‘Ndjua.  This pizza is just pure Italian love.  Local andouille sausage (INCREDIBLE!), spicy sopressata, crescenza BelGioioso, smoked buffalo mozzarella, extra virgin olive oil.



Slightly charred on the edges just like I love.  Flavorful, bite after bite.  My Favorite.

Another must have is the Pizza Savannah.  Housemade mozzarella, collard petso, pecans, local bacon, parmigiano reggiano, extra virgin olive oil.  The bacon is just awesome.


Don Antonio by Starita is a destination.  (Directions HERE.)  It’s tucked away in the back left corner of the strip center but worth every effort to find it.  I suggest grabbing your friends and family and going there now before more people discover this Italian jewel.

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Tom Sullivan is a Television Host and Corporate Emcee based in Atlanta Georgia. Tom annually hosts Taste of Atlanta “Chef’s Table” where he shares his love of food with local Chef’s.

Ken Rockwell


I’ve always loved photography and over the past several years have grown to love it even more.  I started with Canon at birth!  My first camera was a point and shoot Canon film camera.  I then purchased my first video camera with VHS recorder pack and then upgraded to an all in one unit (much the same size of TV station pro gear.)  Then in 2008 I upgraded my Canon G4 to a Canon 40D.  In February of 2013 I upgraded to a Canon 7D and began a new journey.  Having video capabilities opened my eyes even more!  I traveled to Dominican Republic and Kenya with SERV International on mission trips.  Capturing the essence of these journeys was amazing.   Just a month ago I was having a conversation with Denis Reggie on full frame cameras.  I was looking at the Canon 5D Mark iii when Denis suggested the Canon 6D.

I took to the web and my favorite site Ken Rockwell.  Ken has one of the consistently best sites online in terms of layout, ease of navigation and beautiful up close shots of each piece of gear he’s reviewing.  Ken seems like a great guy who won’t try to up sell the reader because he’s getting a kickback from the big camera companies.  I appreciate his guy next door opinion. (As a matter of fact, Ken stated that he purchases all of his gear.) kenrockwell

There are multiple links on Ken’s site to retailers selling the gear he reviews like B&H Photo, Adorama, Amazon or ebay.  If you use his links he gets a “referral” fee. (This practice is common all over the web.) The way I see it we’re enjoying his website for free and I value his research information.  (I donated a few $ recently to say thanks!)

I check out other sites as well for a second opinion but my first stop is Ken

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