Month: October 2016

Gingerbread, Art Lecture and More

Street art spotted on Whitaker Street

It’s nearly November and holiday events are happening. November 1: Gingerbread Demo with Chef Jean Vendeville at the Westin Savannah Harbor 6-8PM November 1:  Art photography lecture at the Jepson. Join Erin Dunn, Assistant Curator at Telfair Museums, for a lecture on Watershed. November 5:  4PM Memorial Service for Lady Chablis. This event was delayed a […]

Look What I Made: Green Tomato Relish

I have been experimenting in the kitchen with the fresh veggies I got from the Forsyth Farmer’s Market.  Last week I saw the green tomatoes, but I had no idea what to do with them.  Earlier this week, Indrani Sen asked on Facebook about recipes for green tomatoes.  Indrani who is a journalist, got a quote […]

Hurricane Matthew Hit Savannah

Hurricane Matthew stormed through Savannah on October 7th. I didn’t evacuate. I didn’t lose power. I was here in the house alone and I got scared. My next door neighbors keep me calm and well-fed.  We even had a little dance party the night before the hurricane  where we danced to Sylvester and Miami Sound […]

Patriotic Picnic In The Park

Carnies Rule

The theme for 2016 Savannah Picnic in The Park was  “Under the Stars and Stripes”, and attendees wore their patriotic best. The Savannah Philharmonic played classical music selections including John Phillip Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever” and “The William Tell Overture”. Once the sun went down the weather was perfect.  My friends Brian and Jeannine […]