Posts tagged "Savannah"
Celebrate Bastille Day with Macarons at Savannah's Café M French Cafe

Celebrate Bastille Day with Macarons at Savannah’s Café M French Cafe

Aromas of warm butter and standing tall baguettes greeted me as I entered the river front French bistro Café M in Savannah.  In this southern town known for its hospitality and low country cooking, the café combines the charming qualities of the South in a French manner. Located over a foot bridge and with an...
Savannah's culture in our lives

Savannah’s culture in our lives

Before Title IX and many social movements to allow girls into sports and other activities, there was Girl Scouts. I stumbled on GS founder’s Juliette Gordon Low’s birth place in Savannah and had to pay tribute to this woman who had a part in my life as a Girl Scout.  I still have the handbook...