Gay chefs turn holiday party into tasty treat

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From scrumptious Ginger Snap Palmiers to brisket and scallops prepared in front of them, gay Atlanta business owners noshed on tasty treats from gay and gay-friendly chefs during their holiday party with a twist on Thursday.

Out In the Kitchen featured gay chefs Frank Bragg of Radial, Linda Harrell of Cibo E Beve and Chris Flores (top photo) of Ratio Bakeshop during a hands-on bites and tastings sort of affair on Thursday at W Atlanta Midtown. The second annual event also featured Shean Suter of Spice Market, Patric Bell-Good of Barrelhouse and Janine Falvo of Briza.


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