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We Answer Your Questions About Savannah’s Culinary Scene

Earlier this month, we emailed our newsletter subscribers with an opportunity to win a free signed copy of our new book, Savannah Food: A Delicious History (you can sign up on our website--scroll down to the footer--to join our list and be in the know when we do special giveaways, events, and more). To enter our giveaway, all we asked was that our followers submit a question about Savannah's culinary scene, past or present. We received a ton of entries; so many, in fact, that we put together a short video answering some of our favorites which you can view below or via YouTube. We will also be creating some blog posts and other content to ...

First Book Signing Tomorrow!

Tomorrow will be our first official book signing for our new (and first!) book, Savannah Food: A Delicious History. We'll be at E. Shaver Booksellers at 326 Bull Street from 1pm to 3pm to talk about our book, answer questions, and sign your copies, so come say hi! Those of you who have visited E. Shaver's know that this independent bookstore is chockfull of charm. This Savannah landmark has been around since 1975, supporting local and traveling authors through signings, events, and being a stalwart for authors through all the big changes that have happened in the publishing industry over the last 40+ years. The residential home-turned-book...

British Influence on Savannah: 5 Old World Spots

  Many people have commented on Savannah's European feel, which isn't surprising considering its retained the Old World charm General Oglethorpe imported from England. Our fair city's walkability, antiquity and slower pace help keep Oglethorpe's vision for Savannah intact--and help it continually land on Travel+Leisure's "World's Best Cities" list. During our food tours, we share many tidbits about Savannah's history and British influence, and we also recommend these five stops to experience Britain in Savannah. #1: Oglethorpe Monument, Chippewa Square Savannah owes so much of its historic charm to General Oglethorpe, who was born ...