A Sunday trip to the Wormsloe plantation. We hiked through the marshes, learned about the Savannah settlement and early colonial life, and visited the ruins of the original Wormsloe home.
Good cooking this week! Chef's salad with toasted baguette and truffle butter. Cheesy grits topped with thick-cut bacon, sauteed red peppers, and sliced sweet onions. Chocolate pasta topped with Italian sausage in a spicy tomato-basil sauce. And finally, the meal of the week: porterhouse steak topped with a morel mushroom cream sauce, served with truffle mashed cauliflower and flash-fried kale. Good eats thanks to the Forsyth Farmers Market!
Seeing the sites around Savvanah on gopher walks with Jazzy.
Kicking off the three-day St. Patrick's Day festival with free, live music throughout the historic district. We loved The Rosie's, a folksy sister duo who played acoustic covers, medleys, and some of their own original songs. We couldn't pass up spicy, smothered chili cheese fries at Spanky's. We passed through the crowd at City Market and finished the night at Mellow Mushroom with their shiitake pizza.
Delish tuna salad at Six Pence Pub to take a break from all of the heavy, fried pub food. Taking Jazzy around to see all of the fountains died green. A shot and a beer to kick of St. Patty's Day 2. The shots are Irish Creme chocolate truffles with a shot of Jameson whiskey from Chocolat downtown. To wind down after a day out, we popped in a movie a snacked on Byrd's red velvet cookies.
Shots from the St. Patrick's Day parade! Tons of bagpipers, bands, Irish dancers, the Budweiser Clydesdale horses, and plenty of revelry to celebrate the day!
 


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