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Paula Deen Scandal; Ford Fry's New Restaurant

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DEENGATEPaula Deen has had a tough week. She's gotten dropped (or suspended) from a number of places, including Food Network, Walmart, and Target. Martha Stewart feels sorry for her, the late night hosts are having a field day with the whole debacle, and there's even more than that. Get the whole scoop right here.

KROG STREET MARKETHere are eight juicy rumors about which restaurants are going into Inman Park's Krog Street Market.

GO TO GUIDE— Ever wonder where your favorite chefs go out to eat when they aren't cooking? We took a look at Guy Wong's dining habits this week. Previously, we checked out Hugh Acheson's.

COFFEE WIREDisplaced coffee shop Steady Hand Pour House is making moves. Previously in Emory Village, the team will soon be taking over the coffee program at Cakes & Ale in Decatur and will be headed into Sweet Auburn Curb Market soon.

BUCKHEAD— Empire builder Ford Fry has announced the name of his new restaurant. It'll be called St. Cecilia, after the patron saint of music, and will be a Mediterranean-inspired, seafood-heavy spot in the former Bluepointe location on Peachtree Street. In more Buckhead news, Watershed on Peachtree celebrated its one year anniversary this month. Here's an interview with chef Joe Truex about the first 52(ish) weeks.