Plant Smiles, Grow Giggles, Harvest Love

Happy Thanksgiving to all my loves! For my first Thanksgiving with you all, I want to share with you what (and who) I am most grateful for. While everyone's idea of Thanksgiving is a bit different depending on how you look at its origins, one thing remains true: this day is about good food with even better company.
Forsyth Park
This past weekend, my best friend, Maryanne, and I took our first trip together (just us twinsies) to Savannah, Georgia. Why Savannah? Because we like good food and everything was within walking distance. As New Yorkers, we live up to the stereotype of not having our driver's licenses so this was a must. Below is a recap of all the deliciousness that we got to try in thirty hours!

Top: Matcha Latte | Bottom: Spiced Lavender Mocha
Brioche French Toast
Smashed Avocado
JalapeƱo Margarita
Caramelized Vidalia Onion and Sweet Potato Ravioli with Savory Pecan Cream Sauce
Crab Stuffed Grouper with Mashed Potatoes and Mixed Beans 
Warm Apple Pie with Ice Cream
Seafood Omelette
Crabcake Benedict with Garlic Parmesan Grits

Honey Almond Cream
Seared Sea Scallops | Snow Crab and Steamed Shrimp
Needless to say, Savannah in 30 hours, though be it hectic, is definitely possible. Besides when you've got your best friend with you, it just makes it that much better. So, what are you all thankful for this holiday season?

Head on over to Maryanne's blog, Mark My Destination, for some awesome travel advice and stay tuned for next week's post on all the landmarks we visited in Savannah as well as outfit details! Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Wow! It's crazy how two people can visit the same city and yet not do the same things! Just amazes me how small a city can be but yet so big! Great pictures!


    1. Just goes to show that there are so many things to be discovered no matter where you are!

      xo, Linda


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