Georgia breweries throw down at the beach
Tybee Island hosts a carbonated contest for the ages this Friday, July 24
Tybee Island’s first foodie couple delivers take out with an Asian twist
FOREVER smiling and sun-kissed, culinary couple Sarah and Kurtis Schumm make operating multiple restaurants look effortless.
The vegetable Samosas, plump, fried, triangular pastries stuffed with curried potatoes and peas, are a vegetarian treat even for confessed carnivores, and the accompanying green mint-coriander chutney is a delicate dipping sauce you should definitely try with them!
The owner—and bartender—José Ramirez will make you feel right at home, and if he’s busy pouring drafts, well, one of the other four brothers will be happy to serve you.
Our food writer picks some tasty places to fuel up
Johnny Zhang, a native of Fujian province in China, worked his way through many restaurants in his early years here, learning the trade from the ground up.
But remember, no glass allowed on the beach!
THE intense summer sun has returned and it is hot outside. It's the familiar thick, humid heat that only Southerners can truly understand.
Did someone say 'Frozen Jack & Coke?'
But don't get brain freeze!
WHETHER you're a popsicle person, an ice cream traditionalist, or a beer fan who happens to really want ice cream at the same time, Savannah's got all kinds of options to beat the heat.
Ron makes sure to keep his menu alive with fresh flavors like the classic Vietnamese Banh Mi, soft corn tacos generously stuffed with shredded carnitas (seasoned pork), and our old South fave, Shrimp ‘n’ Grits.
A food truck-style atmosphere, inside, in Garden City
Forsyth Farmer’s Market regular is part of a thriving, but difficult, family business
HELEN FIELDS thought her husband was crazy when he told her that he was giving up his welding job and going back to the farm. But Joseph Fields, a third-generation farmer from John’s Island, S.C., was serious.
Even the non-brewing craft beer lover can learn a lot from the easy-to-read science contained in the pages.