What should be on your plate this week? Here are 5 ideas for where to eat and what to cook:

The polenta at Rose + Rye is served with smoked and pickled variations of mushrooms, seasonal vegetables and a poached egg. CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS

AJC food writer Wyatt Williams says of Rose + Rye in The Castle in Midtown, “The complicated and beautiful presentations can be a combination of hits and misses.” Read the full review here.


Natsu’s No Name Roll (top) is skewered with tempura shrimp and draped with tuna and avocado, while the Volcano Roll is essentially a California roll garnished with masago, conch, spicy sauce and mayo.
PHOTO CREDIT: Wendell Brock

AJC food writer Wendell Brock visited Natsu Sushi Bar & Ocean Grill in Alpharetta, where he foun a mixed bag of American-style sushi and some Korean dishes. Read the full review here.


Ben Horgan with his wife, Kimberly, and their six-month daughter Ruth. / Photo courtesy of Kimberly Horgan

AJC food and dining editor Ligaya Figueras explored the ways that Atlanta-area restaurant and bar workers juggle the demands of their jobs with being parents.


Zucchini cake from Double Zero. CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS

Learn how to make the zucchini cake from Double Zero in Emory Village.


Snackboxe Bistro Weekly Special, Kua Mee, pan fried rice noodle with bean sprouts, egg omelette, crushed peanuts, and side of papaya salad. Photo credit- Mia Yakel.

Take a first look at Laotian restaurant Snackboxe Bistro in Doraville.


Here are the top food stories you might have missed last week:

Just in time for Easter, we take a look at the origin of hot cross buns and where you can find them in metro Atlanta.

AJC food writer Wyatt Williams reviews Asian restaurant CO in Poncey-Highland, where the tables are slick but the food is bland. Read his review here.

Get ready for Easter with these recipes for sweet treats — including chocolate salami — from JARDI Chocolates.

Learn how to make the blueberry crisp from Parish in Inman Park.

We take a first look at Recess, the “healthy-ish” food stall at Krog Street Market from the team behind The Iberian Pig and Cooks & Soldiers.


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