Good Day Atlanta viewer information April 15, 2019

Goodwill hosts “spring fashion show” for Good Day Atlanta:  We’re just a few weeks into spring — and for many of us, a new season is a great excuse to refresh our wardrobes.  But filling your closet with new finds doesn’t mean you have to rack up that credit card debt — in fact, you might be surprised just how inexpensive fresh spring looks can be.

The Good Day Atlanta feature team spent the morning with our friends at Goodwill of North Georgia, getting an exclusive “spring fashion show” made up of looks pulled directly from the racks at local Goodwill stores.  Most of us are more than familiar with Goodwill — but in case you’re not, Goodwill of North Georgia includes a network of more than 60 stores in 45 North Georgia counties, all of which sell gently-used items collected at one of the organization’s more than 50 local donation centers.  Money collected at the stores helps operate several area career centers, which provide job training and job placement services to local men and women looking for work.

And just in case you’re not convinced of the wide variety of items available for purchase at local Goodwill stores, last fiscal year the organization collected more than 3 million items!  And a big percentage of that is clothing, which is why Goodwill stores might just be the perfect place to build your warmer-weather wardrobe.

We spent the morning at the Goodwill store at Old National Highway, hanging out with local stylists and models getting a look at some trendy looks perfect for the season!        


Charles Johnson stops by Good Day Atlanta to talk about his connection to a new episode of FOX's "The Resident" and what he is doing to advocate for better post-birth maternal practices. 

For more information on 4KIRA4MOMS click here. For more information on "The Resident" click here.

Easter Brunch with Hampton and Hudson: Chef Craig Richards stops by with a Easter omellette recipe worth serving up for Easter brunch.  For more information on on Hampton and Hudson click here. Please see the recipe below.  

OMELETTE - English pea, brown butter and chevre omelette with spring onion hollandaise

Makes 1 large omelette


  • Eggs - 3 each, beaten and seasoned with salt and pepper
  • Unsalted butter 1 tbsp. 
  • English Peas 2 tbsp., blanched in salted water, shocked in ice water and drained
  • Chevre (goat cheese) 1 tbsp
  • Chives 1 tsp. chopped fine


  • Unsalted butter 4 tbsp.
  • Egg yolks 4 each
  • Spring onion 3 tbsp.
  • Lemon
  • Salt

Melt butter over medium heat, add 2 tbsp. spring onion and cook until soft, about 1 minute. Remove from heat to cool to room temperature.  In a blender, blend eggs with a pinch of salt. Slowly add spring onion butter blender, being careful not to scramble the eggs. Blend for 1 minute until fully incorporated.  Season with a squeeze of lemon and a splash of water if you’d like a thinner hollandaise.

For the omelette:

Over medium heat in a non stick pan, heat butter until it foams. Add peas and cook until butter starts to turn slightly brown. Remove pan from heat and add eggs. Return pan to medium heat and lift up edges of omelette so uncooked eggs from the middle spread out around the outside of the omelette until the it sets equally in the pan. Sprinkle in chevre and chives. Carefully fold omelette in three and slide onto warm plate. Spoon hollandaise over the top and any remaining chives.