Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, along with its sister councils across the country, are participating in National Girl Scout Cooki
Savannahians all know the façade, facing Ellis Square from the east. If you are old enough, you remember when people actually ate and drank in there.
On Feb. 13, I had the chance to attend the Savannah Book Festival’s preview party.
We arrived at Treylor Park a bit early for dinner, around 6 p.m. on a Monday evening. It was not crowded, so we were immediately escorted to our table.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see how quickly Savannah’s food scene is changing.
Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday this year. Can there be any better recipe for disaster in a dining room?
Ready or not, here they come. Girl Scout cookies are in the hizzie. In my case, literally. As in, cases of them in my living room and dining room.
Craft breweries in the state of Georgia marked a huge milestone with the drop of the Georgia Beer Jobs bill at the capitol.
The island of Islay rests off the west coast of Scotland, and it’s there that some of the boldest Scotch whiskies are made.
I will readily admit, the first recipe I gave some thought to once we had opponents set for the NFL championship game was a chicken wing recipe.
When audience members arrive for “Alton Brown Live! The Edible Inevitable Tour” on Feb. 9 at the Johnny Mercer Theatre, they might be given a poncho — but it’s not a souvenir.
When one of my husband’s fellow chefs mentioned having to check out Splendid Shabu, we couldn’t deny it any longer.
As the name of its most popular sandwich, the Conquistador, suggests, Zunzi’s has been conquering the taste buds of locals and tourists for almost a decade.
From Jan. 23-Feb. 1, you can dine like royalty at Savannah’s finest restaurants for one delicious price and help those at risk for hunger at the same time.
We shot an episode on fried chicken over the last couple of weeks. I met some fantastic people with some fantastic stories. All of them as different as their approach to fried chicken.
You got the impression from talking to Keith Latture that he knew he could be doing a lot more with his barbecue and fabulous side dishes than he was in his “off the beaten path” location for Sandfly BBQ.
Coffee, beer, barbecue sauce and honey — they are among the most necessary products in life.
Savannah is different. I don’t think many of you would disagree.
Holidays are full of fun family get-togethers, travel, great food and of course, delicious brews.
OK, raise your hand if you have your eye on resolutions for the new year.
We all have our Christmas traditions, whether it be travel to our hometowns, a special dinner or maybe a quiet afternoon at home. It doesn’t matter what it is, really.
In my family, one of the favorite carols is Christmas in Killarney. This is due to Irish heritage on both sides, and also to the fact that Bing Crosby, who made the song famous, is a distant cousin.
Forsyth Park Farmers' Market organizers say they aren't taking the traditional winter break this year and be out every Saturday through the holiday season.
If you got a chance to catch last weekend’s episode of “Eat It and Like It,” then you saw something that hasn’t been spotted in a very long time on our show.
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