As we find ourselves mere days away from the start of the 2015 Savannah Food & Wine Festival, we are approaching that time where friends of mine (I will politely refer to them as procrastinators) start peppering me with questions about events and what they should attend.
After two years of growing pains, the Savannah Food & Wine Festival returns for the third year with more confidence and a star-studded lineup, dedicated to treating festivalgoers to the quintessential Southern experience.
There’s a food revolution in place and Savannah is taking notice. Community gardens are popping up on empty neighborhood plots, weekly farmers’ markets continue to grow and numerous local restaurants are treating customers to the farm-to-table experience.
The Savannah Food & Wine Festival, Georgia Grown and the Winegrowers Association of Georgia will host the first Georgia Grown Trustees Wine Challenge Dinner on Nov. 9 at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center.
Jekyll Island is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its popular Jekyll Island Shrimp & Grits Festival, and Nancy Kring Rowan, events manager for Jekyll Island, says this year will be the best one yet.