By Lorie "Country" Stokes, Savannah Taste Experience Guide
So these are my Grandma's Daisy Dots. In my family, before ready-made biscuits and croissants were so easily available, this is what you would find on buffets around the south. I remember Grandma up to her wrist in flour before weddings, church socials, anytime. A lot of us make pigs in a blankets today more often, but my grandma made Daisy Dots. These dots are fluffy little biscuits with baked ham and honey mustard dipping sauce.
2 1/4 c self rising flour
1 tbsp baking powder
1 tsp sugar
Savannah has one of America’s most walkable downtowns with its easy-to-navigate grid system developed by urban planner George Oglethorpe, and we can't recommend walking tours enough as a top thing to do in Savannah. In fact, downtown Savannah has a walk score of 88. Thanks to Oglethorpe’s vision, Savannah’s downtown is also one of the most beautiful in the world (it’s not a brag if it’s true!). This layout, called the Oglethorpe Plan, consists of squares surrounded by homes and businesses facing inward so as to enjoy the beauty of the Live Oaks and ample ...
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Savannah Taste Experience’s New Website, Home & Away Magazine Feature, and 500+ TripAdvisor Reviews
The No. 1 food tour in Savannah hits new milestones in its third year of business.
SAVANNAH, August 13, 2015—Owning a small business can be quite a rollercoaster, but for Savannah Taste Experience, owners Stu and Donald Card are experiencing lots of positive momentum as they pass their business’ third anniversary.
“We started this business in April 2012 with big hopes and dreams,” says Stu Card. “The support we’ve received from our partner busine...
Is it almost May already?! Time flies, especially when you get to call Savannah your home. The weather is already pretty warm, the azaleas will absolutely take your breath away, and the events this May will have you outside enjoying all of the Spring sunshine. From launching a water assault on Tybee Island to chucking stones the Highland way, there is no shortage of outdoor fun in The Hostess City.
SCAD Sand Art Festival: May 1, 2015—North Beach, Tybee Island
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March in Savannah is filled with excitement each and every year. It starts with the anticipation of the biggest party of the year: Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade (one of the largest in the world!). Besides the main event, there are many other fantastic reasons to head on down to Savannah in March. We’ve compiled 7 of our favorite March activities and events below.
1. A Party with John Berendt—March 3, Jepson Center for the Arts, 6-8pm. Mr. Berendt, author and Pulitzer Prize nominee for Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, will be in the mixing with ...
The No. 1 food tour in Savannah guides Georgia’s Culinary Explorer, Kate Parham Kordsmeier, around Savannah during a video shoot of its Famous & Secret East Side Food Tour.
Explore Georgia, the state’s Department of Economic Development, features the Savannah Taste Experience food tour company in its first chapter of its Culinary Explorer video series. Food/travel writer Kate Parham Kordsmeier sampled her way through the Hostess City with co-founder Stu Card on a private Famous & Secret East Side food tour sprinkled with some history and to-go ...
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