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Wild White Georgia Shrimp equals Good Eats

If there’s anything better to eat than Wild White Georgia Shrimp, it is more of the same. And when prepared at Cha Bella, 102 E. Broad St/. with their own lovely risotto, it is even better!  The other night, I had a lavish plate of this lovely dish. The risotto is made with several local vegetables mixed in, including bites of the sweetest, best sweet potato I’ve had in a long, long time, plus some spinach on the side.  Since Cha Bella is all local, all organic, the menu changes frequently. Better get on over there while it’s still on the menu and indulge in this. You’ll never regret it.

 

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New Bar Menu at Alligator Soul

Here’s a great opportunity to sample the fine cuisine dished out by Alligator Soul’s chef, Chris Dinello. They’re now featuring a brand new bar menu, served only in the bar/lounge area.  Small plates of a wide variety of delectable food,  ranging from beef to seafood to salad, and most everything in between. One such mouthwatering dish is the  Beef Roulade au Poivre rolled with  Stilton Bleu Cheese, Wild Mushrooms, Roasted Pepper, Baby Spinach, and Sundried Tomatoes. Served over Vodka and Honey Braised Leeks and Drizzled with Demi Glace  and Cream.  Another is Shrimp and Grits, Lemon Butter and Creole Spiced Sauteed Georgia Wild Shrimp served over Georgia Stone Ground Grits with Tasso Ham and Cheddar Cheese.  These and most dishes at $14. A few lighter ones at $6. There’s lots more than we’ve room to list here, but for the complete menu, just send your request to us as a comment, and we’ll give you the complete scoop! Or call the restaurant at 232-7899.

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Shrimp and Grits, anyone?

If you love Shrimp and Grits, especially Wild Georgia Shrimp and Grits, head on out to Jekyll Island the weekend of Sept. 19, 20 & 21 for the Shrimp & Grits Festival. There will be shrimp and seafood dishes from several local restaurants, a shrimp & grits competition for chefs, plus music, arts, crafts, antiques and collectibles and more! You can also take a shrimping excursion or explore a shrimp boat. Starts Friday at 5 pm, Sat. at 10 am, and Sunday at noon.

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New South goes Organic

The New South Cafe is proud to feature locally grown organic produce and wild Georgia shrimp.  It’s good to see places like The New South Cafe supporting other small businesses in our area.

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