Food

  Make Whiskey Chicken two ways

If you’re looking for something new to cook for dinner this weekend, consider Whiskey Chicken. The delicious dish is a customer favorite at Blueberry Mansion in Alma, and it only takes a few ingredients.

  Make this yogurt dip to help your children eat more vegetables

  Jesse Blanco shares his tour of Southeast Georgia’s fried shrimp spots

  Whip up this flavorful mussel pasta with help from B. Matthew’s Eatery

  Celebrate National Cocktail Day with this recipe

  Tim cooks corned beef hash

  Step up your cooking with homegrown herbs

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  Checking in on the local restaurant industry with Jesse Blanco

  This Irish Rose cocktail is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day

  Make a “Sweet Pot of Gold” with your family to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

  Eat like the Irish with help from the 700 Kitchen Cooking School

  Cooking with Tim: eggs Benedict

  ‘This is an economic machine’: New distillery opens in Bluffton

  How to Make the Most Out of Your Freezer

Private chef Rebekah Lingenfelser shared some unexpected tips and tricks to make the most out of your freezer.

  Make this Red Snapper Dish for Fish Friday

Learn to make a fresh red snapper dish with Savannah Tequila Company.

  Make Tortellini By Hand

Chef Jacob Hammer of Stone & Webster Chophouse demonstrates how to make a goat cheese tortellini in your own kitchen.

  Hinesville restaurant Izola’s Country Cooking goes viral on TikTok

If you aren’t on the video sharing app TikTok, you don’t know of the latest social media sensation right here in the Coastal Empire.

  This Classic Roman Dish Tastes Delicious, Only Requires a Few Ingredients

  Classic Coastal Empire Seafood Restaurant Returning This Summer

Explore the Flavors of the Lowcountry With Restaurant Week

  Make Shrimp Etouffee At Home

  Savannah bakery celebrates Fat Tuesday with sweet treats

  Savannah Food News: Diner Coming to Bay Street & Where to Find a Great $10 Sandwich

  Try Making This French Toast for Valentine’s Day Brunch

Valentine’s Day is this Sunday, and if you don’t have plans, you still have time to whip up an impressive meal for your sweetheart or even yourself!

  25th Gullah Celebration Underway

The Gullah Celebration is underway through the end of the month through virtual and in-person programming.

  How to Cure Your Own Salmon

Cure your own salmon the Nordic way to create a gravlax that can be used for a wide range of dishes.

  Super Bowl Cocktails

The bar manager at Oak 36 shares the recipes for two cocktails.

  Orders Close Wednesday for Sav. Culinary Institute’s Bake Sale

Learn how to make the brioche bread that will be sold at Savannah Culinary Institute's Sweetheart Sale.

  How to Make Your Own Clam Pizza

Tim Guidera shows us how to make a unique pizza usually found at New York City restaurants.

  Learn How to Make Hamburger & Vegetable Soup

Brian Byers traveled to this local staple in Elizabeth's Ice Cream & Deli in Estill to learn how to make the most popular item on the menu - Hamburger and Vegetable Soup.

  Good News: Ice cream and poetry

Although many local students are not in the classroom right now, one of the most fun extracurricular activities of the school year is still taking place.

  Learn how to make Baker’s Pride’s peach fritters

The Morning Break team recently stopped by Baker’s Pride’s kitchen on DeRenne Avenue in Savannah and got a look at how they make their famous peach fritters.

  Girl Scouts adapting to pandemic with cookie sales

Cyreia Sandlin spoke with a local Girl Scout and leader about why it’s still so important to support their mission, and how they’re adapting in these strange times.

  New Savannah food court caters to food trucks, live entertainment

Savannah has a new outdoor food truck park and music venue.

  Need a Dinner Idea? Try this Shrimp & Risotto Recipe

Jennifer Steffan of Bonefish Grill shows us a dish off their winter menu that pairs shrimp with creamy risotto and sautéed vegetables.

Support Lowcountry Eateries During Restaurant Week

The Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce’s Restaurant Week kicks off February 20.

  New Additions to Savannah’s Food Scene

Jesse Blanco of “Eat It & Like It” told us about some new restaurants and breweries coming to the Hostess City’s food scene.

  Cook This Meatloaf For the Perfect Comfort Food

It’s the season for comfort food, and there’s nothing wrong with the classics. We went to Metro Diner in Pooler to learn how to make their meatloaf.

  Chatham Charcuterie shows us to build a Charcutewreath

Sydney Lassen from Chatham Charcuterie showed us how to build a beautiful holiday wreath, made entirely of cheese and charcuterie!

  Mansion on Forsyth Park makes Cast Iron Skillet Baked Feta

WTOC Morning Break stopped by the 700 Kitchen Cooking School at the Mansion on Forsyth Park where Chef Jason Winn showed us how to make Cast Iron Skillet Baked Feta.

  Try an Egg Nog with a Southern Twist

Savannah mixologist Sidney Lance shows us how to make a Southern Nog.

  Jesse Blanco Shares His Favorite Gifts for Foodies

Christmas is just a few weeks away, and we’ve got suggestions for the foodies on your gift list.

  Tim Cooks Roast Turkey Sandwiches

Tim Guidera makes a turkey sandwich perfect for leftovers but delicious any time of year.

  Director Reflects On Nearly Two Decades Talking Turkey

We’re just days from Thanksgiving, and while many of us will take the day off, volunteers at the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line are preparing for their biggest day of the year.

  How to Make Maple Bourbon Pecan Pie

There is nothing better after a nice holiday meal then a fresh out of the oven, homemade pie! if you’re still finalizing your Thanksgiving menu, Chef David from Perry Lane Hotel has the recipe for a Maple Pecan Bourbon pie.

  Jesse Blanco Shares Suggestions for Picking Up Thanksgiving Dinner

Jesse Blanco from “Eat It & Like It” shared his suggestions for those of you who may not feel like cooking Thanksgiving dinner this time around.

  Thanksgiving Sides: Butternut Squash Soup

Tim Guidera shares a recipe for Butternut Squash Soup to include in your Thanksgiving dinner.

  Operation Savannah Squares

Thirty years ago this week, a group of people in Savannah decided to take on a massive task of doing what they could do to support the troops sent to the Middle East to free Kuwait in Operation Desert Storm.

  How to Create “Mummy Apples” with Your Family

Halloween is just around the corner, and you may be looking for some different ways to celebrate with your kids this year. Ebony Clark shows us how to make some spooky sweet treats perfect for your kids to help out with.

  Shalom Y’all Jewish Food Festival Goes Virtual

The Shalom Y'all Jewish Food Festival is all virtual this year.

  Cooking for Thanksgiving with Tim: Blackened Green Beans

Tim Guidera shares the recipe for one of his favorite Thanksgiving side dishes.

  Cooking with Tim: Game Day Nachos

Cooking with Tim: Game Day Nachos

  Tim Cooks: Clams & Linguini

Tim Guidera makes a classic Italian clams & linguini dish.

  Tim Cooks: Cajun-Style Oyster Pie

Tim Guidera makes a Cajun-style oyster pie.

  Five Spice Short Ribs & Scallion Rice

Chef Darin Sehnert with Chef Darin’s Kitchen Table shows us how to make Spiced Asian-style Short Ribs with scallion rice.

  Tim Cooks: Two Chicken Sheet Pan Meals

Cooking ahead makes meals easy all week long. Cooking on a single sheet pan makes meal planning even easier.

  Tim Cooks: Pasta with Oysters

Tim Guidera shows us how to cook a pasta dish where oysters and garlic-infused oil are the stars of the show.

  Create This Gin Cocktail With A Savannah Mixologist

Savannah-based mixologist Sidney Lance, owner of Cocktail Dreamers, showed us how to make a drink he calls “Tea Time with Penny.”

  Beaufort Shrimp Festival Offers New Format, Same Tasty Seafood

With a quarter of a century under its belt, and a town over 300 years old to call home, the Beaufort Shrimp Festival has some pretty strong tries to tradition.

  Recognizing Rice’s Role in Our Area’s History and Cuisine

Did you know September is National Rice Month? The food is a staple in many cuisines, but it holds a particularly large cultural and historical significance in Southeast Georgia and the Lowcountry.

  How to Set Your Student Up for Success with Healthy Eating

Teaching your children healthy eating habits early is crucial, according to Rebekah Laurence, a nutritionist with Southcoast Health.

  How to Pack Healthy School Lunches Your Kids Will Love

Health coach, nutritionist, author and mother Robyn Youkilis showed us how to put together some simple and healthy lunches that your kids will actually want to eat.

  Creating Healthy and Tasty Snacks with Pecans

Registered Dietitian Mia Syn has some great ways to make some tasty and healthy snacks with pecans in celebration of National Pecan Day.

  How to Start Your Own Herb Garden

Gardening continues to rise in popularity as the pandemic continues. What’s better than a garden you can eat?

  Helping Picky Eaters Try New Foods

While it will look a little bit different for everyone, the school year is starting one way or another. Brian Byers talked to health coach, nutritionist, author and mother Robyn Youkilis about how to help the picky eater in your family eat healthy.

  Crystal Beer Parlor reopens for first time since mid-March

The Crystal Beer Parlor is back open for the first time since they shut things down on March 19.

  Creating a Perfect Cheese Plate for National Wine & Cheese Day

National Wine & Cheese Day is Saturday. Cheese-plate aficionado Marissa Mullen made some suggestions on how to step up the cheese part of the celebration.

  How to make Thai red curry shrimp potstickers

If you’re looking for a fun date night out, a cooking class can be a great way to learn how to make some of your favorite restaurant style food.

  New delivery food service started on Tybee Island

A new business is driving around Tybee Island and the surrounding area delivering food orders.

  No-Bake Peach Dessert

July marks National Peach Month. Ebony Clark with E'Couture Dessert Styling in Savannah puts together a peach shortcake dessert plate.

  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!

Many people have turned to baking to cope with the boredom and stress of the pandemic. Food writer Rebekah Lingenfelser shares some helpful tips for beginning bakers.

  Healthy Meal Prepping Tips

Healthy eating has not been easy for those spending so much time at home, but it is possible.Nutrition expert and food blogger Mia Syn has some suggestions that are not only good for you, but will save time in the kitchen as well.

  Celebrate National Strawberry Month with a refreshing cocktail

If you plan on firing up the grill this weekend, you might want to enjoy a refreshing, fruity cocktail with your meal!

  Local Savannah restaurant moves to to-go orders

With the way things currently are at the moment, some businesses will have a difficult time going forward with proper social distancing.

  Make Biscuits in Three Steps

There is nothing like a great biscuit with your breakfast, and they are not hard to make at home. Rebekah Lingenfelser has a great three-step method that requires just a few ingredients.

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

The Olde Pink House will officially reopen for inside dining on May 25th. In the meantime, they’re making sure that customers can still enjoy the restaurant’s delicious food without stepping inside.

  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.