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Three questions for Chef G. Garvin

While in town last week to promote his show “Road Trip with G. Garvin,”  the celeb chef and Atlanta native visited several area spots on a quest to find the best Southern food.

Chef Garvin also sat down in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution studio to discuss restaurants,  his favorite food cities, cooking and life.

Garvin gave shout outs to Kyma and Tomo Japanese Restaurant, which both made our Atlanta 50 Spring Dining Guide.

“Road Trip” airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on Cooking Channel.

– Jamila Robinson/ Video by Ryon Horne (AJC)

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[...] Three questions for Chef G. Garvin [...]

Lilly

May 18th, 2013
7:43 am

His show needs alot of work. The potential is there. If he is not cautious he will be replaced by another cupcake wars show. And none of us want that!

Baltisrul....

May 19th, 2013
10:00 am

Lilly…..or God forbid, we could be forced to watch more Sandra Lee.

xxx

May 20th, 2013
8:36 am

So what were the 3 questions? Horribly written “article”.

Kimberly

May 20th, 2013
3:35 pm

Oh I love this man!

clarissa

May 21st, 2013
10:15 am

I think the show is a breath of fresh air Lilly I think that you are being too hard on our hometown chef

slawson

May 21st, 2013
8:56 pm

Love Chef Garvin! First fell in love watching him on TVOne. He is an incredible gifted cook.

Lilly

May 22nd, 2013
7:42 am

clarissa I was not hard on Chef Garvin. I said his show needed work, and it does. There are many people around him that need to step up because it is now only ‘C’ for average. He visits many unique places and the potential is there. He is like a PGA golfer that is always putting for pars; you are not going to be around long.