SG Weekly Menu March 28- April 4, 2010

SG WEEKLY MENU:

Greetings from beautiful Savannah GA! I am here enjoying a girl’s getaway with my mother, daughter, sister-in-law and dear friend. We are having a wonderful time!

Today we walked the streets and toured the gorgeous historic homes as part of  The 75 Savannah Tour Of Homes And Gardens. The tour took us to the Ardsley Park area of Savannah. Established between 1900-1930, these mansions boast the best and most beautiful of their kind!  We were thrilled to be able to visit these wonderful homes today!

Tomorrow holds the promise of just as much fun and excitement as we are scheduled for the “Paula Deen” Tour’, finishing with  a lunch at Uncle Buba’s Oyster House. My daughter Jacqueline and I went on this tour last year and were so impressed that we want to share it with the rest of our group. We will spend the remainder of the day in Savannah’s antique and interiour design district. This is heaven. I love southern style!

Then is is off to Blowin’ Smoke for bar-b-que! Blowin’ Smoke was recently featured in Southern Living. It is a marvelous place to eat! It will be a big day of eating, thankfully it will also be a big day of walking!

That’s enough for now- I’ll have some fun posts later.  Look for a recipe from tonights dinner at the Charter House- A parmesan crusted grooper topped with lump crab and served on a bed of smashed potatoes with a light sherry cream sauce. I’ll try to reproduce it and get the recipe out to you!

Best Dishes From My Kitchen To Yours!… Paula

Monday:
Out to dinner

Tuesday:
Out to dinner

Wednesday:
Out to dinner

Thrusday:
Out to dinner

Friday:
Steaks on the Grill
Ceaser Salad
Roasted Potatoes and Onions

Saturday:
Out to dinner

Sunday: Easter Dinner
If I changed any part of this recipe my family would mutany. And that would be ugly on a Holy Day!

Fresh Field Greens, Strawberries, Bleu, Candied Pecans with Poppyseed Dressing
Honey Baked Spiral Ham
Potato Salad
Pineapple Stuffing
Green Bean Casserole
Homemade Rolls

Desserts are negotiable!
Strawberry Pies
Ice Box Cake (Upcoming  Foodie Friday- Part III Wow Factor Desserts)
Chocolate Truffles

MAY YOU HAVE A BLESSED EASTER!
Yvonne

Comments

  1. says

    Have a wonderful time, Yvonne! I love your weekly menu! Perfect!
    Looking forward to seeing your recipe for icebox cake!
    Blessings for each day ~ Maria

  2. says

    Savannah is one of my favorite cities. The food is fabulous and there is so much to see. We have a couple of favorite restaurants out on Tybee Island on our “can’t miss” list. I’m still in Florida, may be here a while. Have fun.

    Sue

  3. says

    How wonderful to share this trip with your mother, daughter, sister-in-law, and close friend. Have a terrific time, take good notes. The Quimper Annual Meeting will be held in Savannah next fall. Maggie @ Normandy Life is co-chair. I’m sure she would love to hear about your trip.
    Enjoy your trip. I look forward to photos!

  4. says

    Oh have a great time in Savannah. I’ve always wanted to go there but have yet to make it. Whata lovely trip to spend with all your generations. Enjoy your food – ALL of it. And definitely share some of those recipes as you recreate them!

  5. says

    Yvonne, you are living my dream. I would LOVE to be there and do that tour! Not to mention the day in the design district- heaven! Have a wonderful weel and a truly blessed holiday
    xoxo Pattie and Allie

  6. says

    Bonjour Yvonne,
    What a wonderful trip, and I love your week’s menu. The Easter Sunday dinner looks lovely, it brings back so many precious memories for me. It is just my other half and I here in France so we are working hard to keep up with all these traditions.
    Enjoy your getaway,
    Mimi

  7. says

    Savannah is a wonderful city. When we lived in Charleston, we traveled to Savannah often. The two “southern belles” are different and alike–well, just like southern belles!! Enjoy!

    Best,
    Bonnie

  8. says

    Yvonne I am so jealous!! I love Savannah, it has been about 5 years since I was there, I need to go back! We stayed at a Great B&B called the Ballastone Inn. Enjoy your trip, looking forward to your pictures.

  9. says

    I’ve always wanted to visit Savannah–so glad you’re enjoying this time with your family!

    May I come to your house for Easter?? Your menu sounds divine! :) You had me at chocolate truffles. . . lol!

  10. Anonymous says

    I’ve always wanted to visit Savannah so you’ll have to post all about it. I would love your pineapple stuffing recipe. Thanks.
    TOni

  11. says

    so nice to have your girls with you in Sav- so much to do there- not sure if the salvage store across from Bedford’s is still there- but interesting things there. look forward to your ice box cake recipe- crossing my fingers it is of the coconut variety-my favorite. my guess is that the azaleas are still blooming. i really liked the shell and ballast walkaway along factor’s walk.

  12. says

    Have a wonderful time in Savannah! How great to get everyone together for a getaway. Savannah is just gorgeous. I do beleive that petticoats are required there. It is just the epitome of the old south. Can’t wait to see all your pics and hear your stories!

  13. says

    Sounds like a wonderful trip with family! How nice. The menu sounds perfect to me!!!! Have a great week! We’ll look forward to pics!!! XO, Pinky

  14. says

    Uncle Bubba’s she crab soup and a wedge salad should be fabulous. I don’t see the she crab soup on the menu but hopefully they’ll have it as the soup of the day when you’re there.

    I love Savannah, there isn’t any more that I can say about it.

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