Atlanta: A Focus on Food

Photography By Guy Hand | September 15, 2015
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Eating corn

Food and community are inseparable, even in Idaho’s agriculturally challenged mountain towns. From the 19th century utensils hanging in restored cabins to the freshly baked pies pulled from wood stoves, a trip to Atlanta reminds me just how tightly woven food and community always are—even at the end of the dustiest dirt road. Here’s a glimpse.

Barbecue
Barbecuing
Rolling Pins
Mugs
The barbecue pit
Cooking
Cabin
Mountains
Pie
Bottle
Fruit Pie
Rolling Dough
Girl holding a pie
Making food
A plate with corn and other food
Putting food on the plate
Bottle Opener
Hanging Outside
Architecture
Grater
Article from Edible Idaho at http://edibleidaho.ediblecommunities.com/food-thought/atlanta-focus-food
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