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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.