2014 Thanksgiving Dinner at South City Kitchen

November 27, 2014
11:30 amto7:30 pm

2014 south city kitchen thanksgiving

Join us for this new tradition–Thanksgiving Day dinner at South City Kitchen Vinings. Let us do the shopping, cooking, and cleaning while you enjoy a 3-course Southern-style spread with your friends and family.

South City Kitchen will be serving up a Southern-style Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings on Thursday, November 27th. South City Kitchen Vinings will serve dinner from 11:30AM-7:30PM. The three-course prix fixe dinner is $45 for adults and $22.50 for children under 12. This total does not include tax or gratuity.

The menu is as follows:

CHOICE OF APPETIZER

Old Charleston She-Crab Soup with fresh cream, sherry
Fried Green Tomatoes with goat cheese, sweet red pepper coulis
Onion-Leek Tart with gruyere custard, arugula radish salad
Housemade Pimento Cheese with sesame corn crackers, butter pickles, celery hearts
Pork BBQ with scallion hoe cake, BBQ sauce, horseradish slaw
Pan-Fried Chicken Livers with Benton’s country ham, caramelized onions, brioche, creamed corn, garlic jus
Pan-Seared Scallops with boiled peanut puree, tomato-mustard seed relish, pecan pesto
Jumbo Lump Crab Cake with watercress, citrus aioli
Autumn Greens Salad with roasted winter squash, pink peppercorn vinaigrette, spiced pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries, Grana Padano

CHOICE OF ENTREE

Roasted Turkey Breast with giblet gravy, cornbread dressing, collard greens, whipped potatoes, orange cranberry sauce
Grilled Pork Loin with bacon fat fingerlings, garlicky green beans, Creole mustard glaze, tobacco onions
Pan-Roasted Hake with corn jus, lady pea Hoppin’ John, watercress butter

Shrimp & Mussel Jambalaya with okra, andouille, spicy tomato broth
Buttermilk Fried Springer Mountain Chicken with garlic-sautéed collards, smashed bliss potatoes, honey-thyme jus
Roasted Filet of Beef with buttermilk potato puree, roasted Brussels sprouts, cippolini, red wine jus
Shrimp & “Red Mule” Grits with Athens’ finest grits, tasso ham, poblano chilies, smoked tomato gravy
Grilled Salmon with smoked cauliflower risotto, Georgia apples, water cress
Veggie Plate with roasted winter squash, garlic sautéed collards, roasted Brussels sprouts, smoked cauliflower risotto

CHOICE OF DESSERT

Sweet Potato & Pumpkin Pie
Southern Chocolate
Pecan Pie
Warm
Apple Cobbler with vanilla bean ice cream

For reservations at South City Kitchen Vinings at 1675 Cumberland Parkway, call 770.435.0700.

[where: 30080]

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Old Atlanta Station offers a convenient location with easy access to I-285 and to Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead, as well as West Village, Vinings Village and Ivy Walk.

The townhome has some great features including:

  • Hardwood floors throughout main
  • Maple cabinetry
  • Corian countertops
  • Black appliances
  • Tile backsplash
  • Upgraded trim throughout
  • Double-sided fireplace
  • Hardwood stair treads and cast iron balusters
  • Large master suite
  • Fully finished basement
  • Privated wooded view

Best of all, washer, dryer and refrigerator are also included. It’s priced like a short sale, but without all the headaches and uncertainty. This is a great opportunity for a first-time homebuyer.

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2014 Smyrna Veterans Day Ceremony

November 11, 2014
11:00 amto12:00 pm

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On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the City of Smyrna, Smyrna Veterans Committee, Veterans Memorial Association of Smyrna, GA Inc., American Legion Post 160, and Smyrna Rotary Club invite you to attend the 2014 Veterans Day Ceremony honoring all who served our great nation.

 

“Today, our Nation comes together to honor our veterans and commemorate the legacy of profound service and sacrifice they have upheld in pursuit of a more perfect Union. Through their steadfast defense of America’s ideals, our service members have ensured our country still stands strong, our founding principles still shine, and nations around the world know the blessings of freedom. As we offer our sincere appreciation and respect to our veterans, to their families, to those who are still in harm’s way, and to those we have laid to rest, let us rededicate ourselves to serving them as well as they have served the United States of America.

On Veterans Day, we pay tribute to our veterans, to the fallen, and to their families. To honor their contributions to our Nation, let us strive with renewed determination to keep the promises we have made to all who have answered our country’s call. As we fulfill our obligations to them, we keep faith with the patriots who have risked their lives to preserve our Union, and with the ideals of service and sacrifice upon which our Republic was founded.” – President Obama

The ceremony is scheduled to take place at the 20th Century Veterans Memorial at the corner of Bank and King Streets, near City Hall (use 2800 King Street, Smyrna Ga 30080 for internet directions).

American flag picture courtesy of Jnn13 (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0) or GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)], via Wikimedia Commons

2014 Hands on Christmas

November 8, 2014
10:00 amto2:00 pm

hands on christmas

Don’t miss out on Hands on Christmas at the Smyrna First United Methodist Church on Saturday, November 8, 2014 from 10am – 2pm.

Come and make memories and crafts with your children and grandchildren. Bid on the Silent Auction, have a tasty lunch in the Candy Cane Café and shop your way through your Christmas List at the Gift Mart! Bring a change of clothes and sign up to get your child’s picture taken with Santa! Sponsored by the Smyrna First United Methodist Church MOPS group – to pre-pay and get your timeslot, visit: smyrnafirstmops.com

NEW THIS YEAR: Bring your Wee Ones (under 3 years of age) to their own room for 30 minutes as our Nursery Team of Caregivers help them create appropriately aged crafts of their own while you walk your older child around.

Money raised benefits Smyrna First United Methodist Church Children’s Ministries. For more info, call or email Marla Arnold at (770) 436-4108 ext. 229

Smyrna Daylight Savings Ends Tomorrow

November 2, 2014

For most Americans, daylight saving time ends for 2014 at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 2nd, when most states fall back to standard time. Time will spring forward again on March 8, 2015, when daylight saving time resumes.

The federal government doesn’t require U.S. states or territories to observe daylight saving time, which is why residents of Arizona, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and the Northern Marianas Islands won’t need to turn back their clocks this weekend.

While most of us plan to embrace that blessed hour (by sleeping right through it), the time change can throw a few people for a loop. The concept of daylight saving time was originally suggested by Benjamin Franklin, but it was not adopted until several countries did so during World War I as a means of better using more daylight hours, so that the resources used to create artificial lighting could be used for the war.

To avoid having your body clock disrupted, even if you can’t sleep an extra hour, stay in bed with your eyes closed. If you want to get up, don’t go outdoors. Draw the blinds and don’t have lots of sunlight come into house. This could help your body adjust to the time change.