Beach Eats: Fajita Chicken Salad

Contributor: Caroline Coker This is an easy and delicious weeknight meal, or one to enjoy any time of day. For breakfast top this salad with a poached egg, cut the recipe in half, or double depending on the number of people you need to feed. My dry rub is the perfect marinade for the chicken. I…

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Beach Eats: The Best Basil Pesto & Grilled Garlic Chicken

Contributor: Caroline Coker I call this recipe “The Best Basil Pesto” because it is made from the fresh basil growing in pots on my back porch. I am a huge fan of pesto. It is so simple to make, and is healthy when consumed in moderation. It is versatile, you can always adjust the quantities to suit…

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Chef Emeril Lagasse wows attendees at Taste of the Race

  Though change can be difficult — specifically for those who have grown up in South Walton and seen widespread and swift development, as well as constantly changing county codes over the last couple of decades — it must be embraced when it is for the greater good. And that is exactly what took place…

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The Pearl at Rosemary Beach

The Pearl at Rosemary Beach, a luxury hotel and resort boasting a restaurant, lounge, and cabanas, has chosen art photography exclusively by artist and award winning photographer, Tommy Crow. The Pearl, a 55-room hotel features most rooms with a private balcony; in-room spa treatments; a Keurig coffee and tea brewing machine; and complimentary overnight valet parking. The tech-savvy…

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Savory Southern Tomato Pie for #PiDay

Love Pi (e)? Today is Pi Day.  3.1415926 = Pi. The Virtual Potluck crew decided that we needed to get our Pi on and we created delicious pie recipes to share on this great mathematical day! We also have an awesome giveaway, because we appreciate our followers, and well….pi(e).   See the full list of who made…

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Golden Brussels Sprouts

This is a beautiful recipe for a veggie that does not get enough love. It really isn’t so much a recipe, as it takes a few ingredients and little time, making it a perfect go to source at least once a week! You will end up with a vibrant, tender sprout which will become crusty…

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Onion Soup – from Chef Linton Hopkins at Restaurant Eugene

Whenever my husband I travel to Atlanta, we always make a b-line to Restaurant Eugene, Linton Hopkins award winning restaurant. We were thankful when our son decided to attend Georgia Tech as it allowed us to experience the food scene more often. On Reeds first visit to Tech, we took him to restaurant Eugene. 8…

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Fancy French Fondue

My mother, Charlotte,  has always reminded me of Doris Day. Hip, sophisticated, funny and charming, she could (and still can) bat her eyes to get what she wanted. Like at the local butcher using her charms to get the best cuts of meat. In the 70’s, mother would throw fondue parties and try her recipes…

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Ham and Brie Baguette Sandwich

  Unwrapping a sad sandwich can be avoided with just a light smear of preserves across a crusty baguette.  I like to use fresh preserves purchased from the Seaside Farmers Market. This French inspired sandwich brings  joie de vivre to a rather ho-hum lunch. Tuck in slices of good ham, followed by slices of brie cheese, wrap it…

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