summer hot dogs + sparkling rosé orange fig ice cream floats

It’s National Hot Dog Day! With that, an all american hotdog fete with ice cream floats are just what you need. To amp it up, I partnered with my good friend and fellow foodie Lindy from Epicuropedia to bring you summer dogs like you’ve never seen before. We spent the day grilling Banh Mi Hotdogs and…

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overnight cinnamon rolls + browned butter frosting

Cinnamon rolls exude nostalgia. In my home they were made for special occasions, Thanksgiving/Christmas morning or birthday breakfasts. Just a few months ago my mom was visiting for my 30th birthday and I requested these as my birthday cake. As I kid, I did not realize the labor that went into making homemade cinnamon rolls,…

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charred peaches + vanilla zabaglione cream

Happy Summer Foodies! In Georgia, the peaches are plump and the heat is sweltering. During summer, my dessert cravings entail something light and sweet. With friends coming over to swim and more late night gatherings, I am always searching for that perfect summer dessert that will stun but save time and energy. These Charred Peaches…

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cherry & cocoa buttercream pavlova stack

It’s starting to get hot. Summer in the South is certainly intense. We splashed in the pool yesterday and it was 95 degrees…in the WATER. When the summer heat rolls around, I like to bake light but still satisfyingly sweet desserts. Having the oven roaring on high heat is not the most ideal situation, so…

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emporium kitchen & wine market

FROM THE ground floor to the rooftop of the newly constructed Perry Lane Hotel, the Sage Restaurant Group has infused this luxury boutique with its own brand of charm and refinement. A four-year long project in the making, on June 1, this restaurant group opened three independently defined spaces within the Perry Lane Hotel on…

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the grove

SAVANNAH IS keeping up the pace of regularly opening new bars and restaurants. For two years now, the former law firm on the corner of W. Congress and Jefferson Streets has undergone revitalization. But now, the mystery of the clean-lined stately white building has finally been solved. Marking its grand opening March 22, The Grove…

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savannah square pops

REMEMBER last summer when we all walked around scantily-clad in the sweltering sun just desperate for a refreshing dip in the pool or at least an icy treat? Those times are almost upon us, and for those who without access to a pool, Savannah Square Pops has got you covered. Savannah Square Pops is Savannah’s…

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carrot cake scones + honeyed frosting

Hoppy Easter my foodie friends.  Nothing reminds me of Easter more than Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting. Well, that and ricotta pie, which is lemony and divine. The issue for me is that carrot cake takes some extra labor and to be honest, we just got home for a weekend trip out of town.…

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the fitzroy

SAVANNAH ADDED a new notch to its culinary belt this month with a taste from a different kind of southern region. The Fitzroy, at 9 Drayton St., is Savannah’s new Aussie gastropub owned by the same visionaries behind The Collins Quarter and The Deck, which opened last May. Australian natives Anthony and Rebecca Debreceny named…

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fresh ricotta ravioli with sausage, sage + swiss chard (pure magic)

There is nothing like homemade pasta. Together we braved homemade ravioli and succeeded! This recipe is straightforward but requires a lot of hands-on time. That makes this the perfect Sunday afternoon project to do with your family. Grab your aprons and a cup of coffee and prepare for a lazy afternoon of pasta magic. My…

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ramen noodles + miso pesto + fried egg (saint patty’s day green)

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day Foodie Friends!! I have been saving this recipe to share with you until this day…because it’s GREEN! I know, I know, it’s not Irish. But Asian counts as long as it’s green, okay? Let’s move on. This slurpable Ramen Noodle Dish whips up in literally minutes. The pesto is made from…

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pi day cherry bourbon hand pies with orange peel

Every year on Pi Day math geeks and foodies have something in common, pi(e). Since food is what makes holidays, like Pi Day, special, I figured I would join the masses and make some pie. Hand pies are the perfect party pie because they do not require a fork or plate. The golden egg washed…

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