By the end of August, the heat has tempered even my keen taste for traditional whiskey, so I decide to search for liquors that feel a little lighter and more refreshing — without going as far as adding ice.
Once upon a time, a high-powered New York City public relations firm, a chef and a restaurant owner were getting a tour of Savannah. During the tour, I’m told their guide said, “At some point, you are going to need to meet Jesse Blanco. He is our local food guy.”
The Hostess City is lucky to have several regular area farmers’ markets. Savannahians can even get their farm-fresh produce fix from the Local FarmBag delivery program that brings the market to your door on Wednesdays or Thursdays.