Food

Continued Coverage

  Helping Picky Eaters Try New Foods

  Crystal Beer Parlor reopens for first time since mid-March

  Creating a Perfect Cheese Plate for National Wine & Cheese Day

  How to make Thai red curry shrimp potstickers

  New delivery food service started on Tybee Island

  No-Bake Peach Dessert

  How Temporary Changes to FDA Label Guidelines Could Affect You

The food industry is one of many taking a hit during the pandemic. In response to those impacts, the Food and Drug Administration announced temporary changes to its labeling guidance.

  Tim Cooks: Black bean quesadilla

Getting kids to eat healthy isn't as hard as getting them to eat anything when you're rushing out the door.

  “Old Southern Cookery” Brings History to Your Plate

Anyone who loves food can tell you that a meal can take you on a journey. One new cookbook by a GSU Armstrong history professor and his mother takes you on a journey to the past to help preserve Savannah’s history.

  Tim Cooks: Loaded Rice

Sometimes cooking is just throwing things together and seeing what happens.

  Helpful Baking Tips for Beginners!

  Healthy Meal Prepping Tips

  Celebrate National Strawberry Month with a refreshing cocktail

  Local Savannah restaurant moves to to-go orders

  Make Biscuits in Three Steps

  Curbside service part of Pink House’s first step to full reopening

  How to make a Southern rice pie

Southerners love diving into history, and we’ll learn how to make a dish that’s more than 200 years old.

Liberty County Chamber Creates Easy Way to Support Local Farmers

If your favorite farmers market is still closed, it can be difficult to shop local right now. For four weeks now, the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce has been offering farmer’s market subscription boxes.

  Cooking at Home: Seafood Gumbo

Home cooking doesn't have to be complicated or expensive.

  Making cake pops with the Sweet Whimsy Shop in Richmond Hill

Maybe you’re looking for a new activity to work on with the kids, or you want to make an adjusted birthday or graduation celebration feel a little bit more special.

Organizations Create Resources to Help You Support Local Farmers

Those of you living in the Palmetto State and Liberty County now have an easy way to support your local farmers while staying safe!

  Eat it and Like it: Soda Pop Shoppe

While most stores in Savannah are closed right now but we want to remind of a few who remain open for take out services

  Talking Industry Impact, Learning a New Recipe with Chef Brandon Carter

The executive chef and owner of FARM in Bluffton cooks a stew perfect for families.

  New life for historic schoolhouse on Daufuskie Island

Daufuskie Island has a long, rich and unique story to tell. One of the best-known chapters of that story involves one of the South’s most famous authors.

  Thin Mint Cookie Trifle

The St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival in Savannah may be canceled, but that doesn’t mean you still can’t celebrate at home!

  Fia Rua Irish Pub: Big Irish Breakfast Platter

One of the best parts of a trip to Irish is the full Irish breakfast.

  New Collins Quarter cafe to open at Forsyth Park

For two and a half years the restaurant space at Savannah’s iconic Forsyth Park sat empty. After the older owners terminated the lease, a well known restaurant group jumped at the opportunity, and now they’re days away from the grand opening.

  Tasty, nutritious snacks for National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month. Registered dietitian Mia Syn shared a few recipes for tasty and nutritious snacks on Morning Break.

  Plan for fashion, food, and fun at Southern Women’s Show

Three days of fashion, food and fun are planned for The Southern Women’s Show at the Savannah Convention center.

13th annual Hilton Head Island Seafood Festival begins

The 13th annual Hilton Head Island Seafood Festival starts on Monday, Feb. 24.

  Health Benefits of Spices

Chelsea Dye, the owner of Blend & Press, stopped by Morning Break to discuss some of the health benefits of common spices and how to incorporate those into what you eat.

  Caribbean Curried Salmon

Chef Kirk Blaine with Castaways in Sand stopped by the Morning Break kitchen to show us how to make a Caribbean curried salmon.

  Making a Versatile Enchilada Sauce

Leigh and David Weikert with What’s For Dinner Savannah stopped by the Morning Break kitchen to show how you can make an enchilada sauce that works for more than just enchiladas.

  Make Dinner for Your Valentine At Home

Are you skipping the reservations for a Valentine’s Day at home? Executive Chef Jason Starnes with the Alida Hotel has the perfect recipe.

  Fort McAllister State Park Offering Edible Plant Hikes

Fort McAllister is offering edible plant hikes to show you what you can and can’t eat out in nature.

  Downtown Bistro and Catering: Bacon, Cheddar, and Avocado Burger

Like any classic dish, sometimes a burger can use a little bit of a twist.

  How to Cook an Easy Valentine’s Day Dinner

Showing your Valentine that you care doesn’t have to cost a lot of time, money or effort, as long as it comes from the heart.

  Cooking with Joe’s at the Jepson: River Street Tuna Salad

Looking to pack something new for lunch this week?

  Taste tripping at Congregation Mickve Israel

Sweet might not be how you would describe a menu of raw onions and vinegar shots, but that’s how it could taste this weekend if you try the miracle berry at the center of a fun event at Congregation Mickve Israel.

  “Love Spell” Spiced Ahi Tuna

The Westin Savannah Harbor has a whole menu of Valentine’s Day specials planned.

  Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife Festival kicks off Thursday

This Thursday, some of the South’s culinary stars will travel to Jekyll Island for the Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife Festival.

  Caramel Apple Cheesecake Dessert Jars

Ebony Clark shared how to make some bite-size desserts from House E’ Couture.

  Getting started on New Year’s resolutions

January is here, and that means the goals you’ve been saving until the New Year are now officially on your to-do list.

  How to make tasty sliders for your Super Bowl party

Paula Flowers and Sharon Mansell, owners of Fletcher’s Cafe and Catering in Yemassee, show us how to make their Combahee Cuban Sliders.

  Tybee Island Restaurant Week promises special menus at low cost

Every restaurant that participates will be offering a three-course meal at a low price.

  American Red Cross teams up with Dominos to support Savannah schools

The American Red Cross and Dominos are teaming up with local schools to support those in our community impacted by traumatic events.

  Savannah chefs to participate in Charleston Wine and Food Festival

A lot of Savannah restaurants are well known to locals and visitors to our city and the attention paid to the Savannah food scene will continue to grow with three local chefs being invited to take their talents to Marion Square.

  Hundreds attend Oysters on the Bluff

A local nonprofit hosted its biggest and only fundraiser of the year on Sunday, the Chatham-Savannah Citizen Advocacy Oysters on the Bluff!

  How To: Buffalo Chicken Dip

Morning Break’s resident foodie, Tim Guidera, shows us how to make his popular buffalo chicken dip in a few simple steps.

  Follow the smoke to Munchie’s BBQ

It’s hard not to stop at the billowing black smoke rising from 37th and Montgomery and pick up a Bar-B-Q Box.

La Scala Ristorante makes Gorgonzola Fonduta, Gnocchi di Zucca

If you’re looking to try something new for dinner tonight, La Scala Ristorante has the answer.

  Celebrating National Bagel Day with Big Bon Bodega

Wednesday is National Bagel Day, so we chose to celebrate it with Big Bon Bodega.

  How to Make Homemade Tomato Soup

Food writer Rebekah Lingenfelser begs her readers to ditch the can and go the homemade route.

  Creating an Energizing Smoothie

Chelsea Dye with Blend & Press says the key is building meals from power foods. She shows us how to make her “Powered Pink, Rooted in Energy” smoothie.

  Jesse Blanco looks at 2020 food trends

Jesse Blanco of the television show and blog “Eat It and Like It” joins us on Morning Break to discuss what he thinks will be some of the biggest food and drink trends of this year.

  Cooking Shrimp & Scallop Spiedino

Sticking to a New Year’s resolution of healthy eating does not require giving up food that tastes good.

  New Year’s Eve Mocktails and Cocktails

New Year's Eve is here, but you don't have to leave younger family members out of the festivities.

  How to cook Spaghetti Alla Carbonara

Executive Chef Stephen Mclain with La Scala Ristorante stopped by Morning Break to show how to cook Spaghetti Alla Carbonara.

  Owners of Kevin Barry’s react to the Irish Pub’s closure

The Night Flight, Hearn's, Bullfrog Springer's, the list is growing of establishments on River Street that closed over the years. Kevin Barry’s is about to join that list, as the lease is not being renewed at the long time Irish Pub on River Street.

  How to cook Sunchoke Tortellini

Try incorporating some fresh produce into your next pasta dish! Chef Lucas Cheek with Omni Hilton Head stopped by the Morning Break kitchen to show us how to make tortellini with sunchokes.

  How to make a Warm Kale and Beet Salad

Chef Megan Horne with Breakwater Restaurant and Bar in Beaufort showed us how to make a warm kale and crab salad.

  FARM Bluffton showcase perfect New Year’s celebration dish

Chef Brandon Carter with FARM stopped by the Morning Break kitchen to show how to make the perfect dish for any New Year’s celebrations.

  How to decorate your holiday punch bowl

Local lifestyle blogger Monica Lavin suggests using ice rings as a fun way to decorate your punch bowl and keep the drink cold.

  Sippin’ Santa

If you scroll through Instagram or Facebook this holiday season, you’ll probably get bombarded with pictures of a trend that’s blowing up right now - holiday themed cocktail bars.

  Elevate your holiday party spread

Meta Adler with Hostess Provisions has a solution. She came on Morning Break to show us how to build a grazing board perfect for any holiday celebration.

  Healthy holiday cooking with Mia Syn

Celebrating the holidays doesn't have to mean sacrificing healthy habits. Registered dietitian and nutritionist Mia Syn showed us how to make a number of fun snacks perfect for any holiday party.

  Southern Cross Hospitality Cooking Demo: Burgundy-Braised Short Ribs

Andrew Williams of Southern Cross Hospitality stopped by the WTOC Kitchen to show us how to make Burgundy-Braised Short Ribs and Roasted Winter Vegetables.

  Wine & Fries event for the Ronald McDonald House of the Coastal Empire

The Ronald McDonald House of the Coastal Empire is hosting its Wine & Fries event on Thursday.

  Gullah Eats cooks up traditional Shrimp & Grits

Gullah Chef Leslie Gooding believes its time to get back to the traditional style of shrimp and grits.

Making Farmer’s Market Bruschetta with Rebekah Lingenfelser

Georgia Southern Alumna and Food Network Star finalist Rebekah Lingenfelser appeared on Morning Break to share a new recipe.

  Thanksgiving Leftover Remix Recipes by Libbie Summers

One of the best parts of Thanksgiving at home is the leftovers.

  Cooking with the Omni Hilton Head Resort

Executive Chef Lucas Cheeks with the Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort stopped by the Morning Break kitchen to show us how to make heirloom baby carrots with burnt carrot puree and savory granola.

  Savannah Feed the Hungry to serve free Thanksgiving meals

They’re serving a free meal at the John S. Delaware Center on 35th Street and Lincoln Street on Tuesday.

  Lucky’s Market demonstrates the best way to use Thanksgiving leftovers

Samantha Malone-Price with Lucky’s showed us how to make a charcuterie board out of Turkey Day leftovers.