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Friday, March 28, 2008

Pass the Napkins


Y'all know that we are having a Slow Travel Get Together in Savannah next week. We are looking forward to meeting some friends for the first time and to get a chance to sit and talk with dear old friends. Actual face to face conversations!

The planning committee has done a great job, with events every night and some side trips during the day. We will be eating lunch at Lady and (gorgeous) Son's one day. Bill and I have been to Savannah and love the city.

One of the big events will be a Low Country Boil at the fort on Saturday night. Some are not familiar with the Southern tradition of cooking shrimp, sausage, potatoes, and corn in one huge pot. Last summer I posted Our Recipe for a Low Country Boil~ It is our favorite meal at the beach. It can be a little messy to eat, but it doesn't get much better than that.

I'll let y'all know who's is better!

Sandi

8 comments:

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Oh, what fun, I love Savannah too! Hope ya'll have a great time. This should be a wonderful time to visit, with all the spring blooms & before the humidity hits.

Enjoy!
Rhoda

PAT said...

Sounds like a fun trip, Sandi! And the Low Country Boil sounds so good. Yum!

Pat

Mary Isabella said...

That looks so good!! Sounds like a fun trip.....Mary

Shelly said...

We have an annual Beach Blanket Bingo party here with a shrimp boil..it's so much fun...and yummy! West coasters doin' the "left coast boil"

Sally said...

DH & I are planning on going to Savannah next Christmas. You must tell us all about it! Have fun.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Rhoda~ I think we have timed it just right this year.
Shelly~ the Left Coast Boil sounds fun. I'll watch for that beach blanket bingo.
Sally~ y'all will love it... I'll let you know about this condo we are staying in.

joan said...

Oh lucky you! I love Savannah and we tried to get into the Lady and Son's in Sept. but it was too long of a wait with the baby. I have family in Hilton Head and they tell me everything is budding and is beautiful right now. We will be down that way next month. Let us know what you think of the restaurant.

Pat said...

i love all your recipes!
Your low country boil sounds delicious
Please take pictures at Lady & Sons for all of us to see! Hope you see Paula!

Hugs, Pat

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