"The South's unsung food destinations"

From USA Today

"home.made's menu gives a nod to owner/chef Mimi Maumus's New Orleans roots, including her version of a muffaletta, with olive salad tapenade, and a shrimp po' boy with pickled green tomato remoulade."

"Home.Made Gives New Meaning to Southern Comfort Foods"

From Georgia State Homes

"Home.Made's ambiance is a blend of Southern hospitality and sophisticated charm. The atmosphere at Home.Made is thoughtfully created with a lot of personal touches. "

"With New Dinner Service, Home.Made Expands and Impresses"

From Flagpole

"Put aside the fact that nearly everything at her restaurant and catering operation, home.made, which recently expanded to offer dinner as well as Saturday lunch, is perfect or close to it. She cares about the details, which is both why she’ll be annoyed and what makes her good at what she does."

"Chef Spotlight: Mimi Maumus of Home.Made"

From Georgia Organics

"Mimi Maumus is the acclaimed chef /owner of home.made catering in Athens, Georgia, that has inspired the palate of many avid eaters with what she defines as an 'elevated southern cuisine that is always fresh, always seasonal, always from scratch.'” 

"Athens' Own: Mimi Maumus of Home.Made"

From Visit Athens, GA

"Home.Made is well-known for its southern style cuisine, including pepper jelly pecans and Swanee Bites—cheese straws sandwiched with pimento cheese rolled in pecans. Mimi has her roots in New Orleans, which she expertly weaves into her style of southern food offered at home.made."

"Mimi Maumus' collard greens recipe amps up a classic, but still packed with vitamins"

From Online Athens

"For the second installment of the Athens Banner-Herald's cancer-fighting foods recipe series, we focus again on the brassica family. Last week featured Hugh Acheson's kale salad, and this week it's collard greens from home.made catering's Mimi Maumus that get the spotlight.

"Mimi's Home.Made Snacks"

From Sweet Peach Blog

"When anyone I know is visiting Athens, Georgia, I recommend that at the very least, they need to have lunch or dinner at Home.Made. Chef and owner, Mimi Maumus serves up the tastiest local fare in her laid back, homey space. Without fail, the one part of the meal I always look forward to is devouring her bowls of Cheese Straws or Pepper Jelly Candied Pecans that she's become famous for here in the South. Lucky for us, she recently decided to box em and sell em..."

"5 places to eat and drink in Athens"

From The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"After nearly a decade working as executive sous chef at 5&10, New Orleans native Mimi Maumus opened this hospitable Southern food stop in a small storefront on Baxter Street."