Taste Of Atlanta 2019 Oct. 18-20

Hold onto your forks folks, because this is going to be some tasty news that is jam packed with a ton of great information! If you live on 30A or visit 30A then you know we are connected to Atlanta, and all that it has to offer! Taste of Atlanta, the city’s award-winning food, craft…

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Pensacola Egg Fest Nov 8 & 10

I’m excited about Pensacola Egg Fest, and honored to be a judge this year! Join Pensacola Egg Fest from noon to 3 p.m. on Sunday, November 10th to sample delicious bites cooked on nearly 100 Big Green Eggs at beautiful Blue Wahoos Stadium! From savory classics like BBQ pulled pork and brisket, to sweet desserts…

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Beach Eats: Grilled Royal Red Shrimp Kabobs & Gulf Shrimp Facts

Nutrition Contributor: Caroline Coker I was born in Mobile, Alabama, but also into Louisiana’s seductive food culture, as my biological father grew up in the restaurant business in New Orleans, and my aunts and uncles were (and a few still are) in the fishing and shrimping industry, working in Venice (not Italy), Grand Isle, and…

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Shrimp & Grits A-Ya-Ya

  Shrimp & Grits A Ya Ya Served at Great Southern Cafe in Seaside, Florida and Pensacola Fish House in Downtown Pensacola, this is chef Jim Shirley’s signature dish. Ingredients Grits 4 cups chicken stock 2 cups grits, such as Dixie Lily 1 cup heavy cream 4 ounces unsalted butter One 14- to 16-ounce can creamed corn 1 cup…

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Register Family Farm in Freeport, Florida Is The Bees Knees

Walton County is flourishing with an abundance of farmers and producers supplying the highest quality products to locals and visitors, and their bounty is often celebrated in many restaurant presentations along the Gulf Coast. Register Family Farm is one of those businesses, an aviary (honeybee farm) operated solely by members of the Register family and…

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Beach Eats: Baked Shrimp with Cilantro & Lime

Contributor: Caroline Coker Since I love fresh shrimp, whether seasonal royal reds, brown, white, or on occasion rock, and I was passing by Maria’s seafood in Pensacola today, like a moth to a flame I was sucked in to purchase the crustaceans. With it being royal red season (the very deep water, salty shrimp caught miles out…

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Travel: A Foodies Weekend In Pensacola

By: Gabi Garrett, BellaMagazine.com There is no better way to rekindle your love of your own backyard than to show someone else the wonders you’ve found as you frolic about on the weekends. We’ve rounded up some favorite local establishments to create what we think is the best weekend ever. Take this outline to entertain…

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