Category: food

What’s New in Savannah?

Two Tides Brewing

Things are developing all over historic Savannah. It’s hard to keep up with all the hotels and restaurants opening here. Follow me on Facebook for weekly updates. Here’s a brief rundown of what’s new. Little Duck Diner has been opened several months, and I went a few weeks ago. There’s breakfast all day, and lots […]

Is Crowdfunding Free Money?

Big Bon Pizza

To finance a business or an artistic endeavor, many people have turned to crowdfunding to secure funding.  Crowdfunding is defined as “the funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people, typically via the Internet.” Kickstarter is one of the most well-known crowdfunding platforms, but it […]

The Potlikker Papers

John T. Edge of the Southern Foodways Alliance came to Savannah to talk about his new book that chronicles food and the modern South over the last 60 years. The book is called ‘The Potlikker Papers‘.  In case you don’t know, potlikker or pot liquor is the liquid left behind after cooking greens. Anyway,  I […]

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 […]

Breakfast of Champions

I don’t have to eat “breakfast food” for breakfast anymore. It’s more important that I eat. Today, I had the rest of the chicken salad I made with a toasted onion pita and with melted cheese. It was kinda like a reverse chicken melt.  I do enjoy breakfast food, so I am getting a kick […]

New Potato Casserole

Last week, I walked the Book Lady Bookstore,  and bought an old cookbook, ‘Comforting Food’ by Judith Olney. The cookbook was published back in 1979.  It’s crazy how vintage cookbooks don’t have photos, only illustrations.  I read a recipe for baked potato with eggs and anchovies.  Inspired by the recipe, I created a new dish. […]

Strawberry Muffin and More

This morning I hung out with my friend Nancie Mc Dermott who is the author of 13 cookbooks.  We had breakfast at the Back in the Day Bakery and chatted with Cheryl Day. At Back in the Day Bakery, I enjoyed a strawberry muffin with a rosewater glaze. Speaking of strawberries, The Grey has a strawberry […]

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