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Destination:Heritage Foods and Georgia Regional Cuisine – Part 2 – April 27, 2019

Heritage Foods Georgia Regional Cuisine is all about not only good food but… the BEST food.  Part two of our Heritage Foods and Georgia Regional Cuisine is all about the foods of our region.  This continuation picks up with a conversation from another food historian and southern rice expert and continues with a heritage crops farmer and two chefs who are introducing heritage foods in new and create ways.

Our guests on part two of Heritage Foods, Georgia Regional Cuisine and Ark of Taste

Version 2Doc Bill starts our show with a review of part 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our guest for part two are:

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Glenn Roberts from Anson Mills in Columbia, SC shares the history and heritage of Carolina Gold Rice, the crop which was grown in Georgia and South Carolina.

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Photo credit – Turnbridge Plantation

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marion Rollen Chalmers – Heritage Rice Farmer at Turnbridge Plantation

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Executive Chef Mashama Bailey wins James Beard award Photo credit – AJC

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mashama Bailey – Executive Chef The Grey Restaurant – Savannah and recent James Beard award winner

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Chef BJ on the left Photo credit – Facebook

Chef BJ Dennis – Personal Chef and Caterer

Check out the restaurants below which offer heritage foods mentioned in the show:

Bistro Off Broad
Canoe
The Grey – Savannah
Holman – Finch Public House Resturant 

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