2, Fox Restaurant Concepts is hosting a job fair for nearly 200 positions from line and prep cooks, to dishwashers and bartenders. Grant Road at the corner of North Tucson Boulevard, between 10 a.m. Cha Time is next to Lau's other restaurant Seafood Time, which is his take on the Cajun crab boil. You can also find some more obscure specialty dishes from the Cantonese region of Southern China where Lau is from, including the sweet soup qingbuliang and a braised pork bowl with boiled eggs and Chinese greens. Fort Lowell Road, and plans to put in a similar menu of dim sum dishes along with the smoothies and milk teas starting in September.” Well, here’s what I know…Let’s put it this way: these kinds of shows are entertainment. And if you really believe that the same basic pattern plays out naturally in every episode (the homeowners don’t trust Hilary’s plan, they hate the first house David shows them, Hilary runs into a major construction/financial problem that requires eliminating one of the projects she promised the homeowners she’d do, and then David finds them their dream house), during the final edit.So…if that’s true, then the outcome has nothing to do with what happened in real life. Many people that appear on the show have no intentions of actually moving, but signed up for the show so they could get their renovations done at a discount.
This house still speaks to me…the windows, chimneys, palladian windows – all elements that I find to be quite beautiful. Working on a home from scratch, somehow I knew that I wanted to go more French in style.
Perhaps more accurately, a home that combines some aspects of the Georgian that I love, but which is inspired by French architecture but does not slavishly emulate it.
In some ways, what I like seems to combine aspects of both French design with perhaps a little English influence. However, what struck me even more was Stefan’s description: the house (designed by Paul Cret, a French architect), was built between a Louis XV house and a Georgian style house.
The house in this picture was meant to compliment the French house on one side, but make an easy transition to the Georgian house on the other side.
It is stucco, which is very commonly found on French style houses in Europe (and America). It is my favorite material for the exterior of a house, and it is definitely a favorite in Atlanta.