This week on Georgia Traveler we journey to Americus, where we find a coffee company who operates by the golden rule. We travel to Savannah for a little Low Country cooking lesson and to Zebulon for the tale of a revolutionary soldier. We visit Tiger, where some friendly goats live on a roof.
We journey back in time to explore the earth’s largest dinosaurs at the Fernbank Museum of ...Wed 7:00pm:
We journey back in time to explore the earth’s largest dinosaurs at the Fernbank Museum of ...Fri 8:00pm:
We journey to Noah’s Ark, an amazing animal sanctuary in Locust Grove, where lions, tigers and ...Sat 6:30pm:
We journey to Noah’s Ark, an amazing animal sanctuary in Locust Grove, where lions, tigers and ...
Put a little south in your mouth, and joy back into your kitchen when we travel with Kat to Savannah for a little Low Country cooking lesson with Chef Joe Randall. With a style all his own, Chef Randall, preaches the gospel of authentic southern cuisine to all comers. The success of the school is a credit to his great love of southern cuisine and the city of Savannah.
Travel LinksRECIPE: Fried Green Tomtotes :: RECIPE: Rosemary Chicken :: RECIPE: Herb Mustard Aioli :: RECIPE: Savannah Crab Cakes :: RECIPE: Savannah Red Rice :: Chef Joe Randall
Located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta, you’ll find the historic Sweet Auburn Curb Market. From an exotic array of meats, fruits and veggies to an Italian gourmet and one of the state’s tastiest burgers, this revitalized market is an Atlanta exclusive.
Travel LinksSweet Auburn Curb Market
The town of Zebulon in Pike County has charm, history, and one of Georgia’s most interesting Revolutionary War sites and the final resting place of Austin Dabney the only black Georgian to fight the British. We visit his grave where we learned about a remarkable friendship between Giles Harris a lawyer and slave owner and Austin Dabney. Dabney’s life long friendship with Harris lasted for generations so much so that Giles Harris’s son William Dabney Harris last request was to be buried next to his godfather and best friend, Austin Dabney.
Goats on the Roof opened in Tiger in 2007. The Tiger location is easy to find. Just traveled down Highway 441 for ten miles look to the left, when you see a building with a spaceship and goats on the roof, you’ve found it. These goats go across bridges, up the hill and interact as they wait to be fed. Whether you want to pet them, feed them or just watch them climb around on the roof, Goats on the roof is a fun place for family and kids all of ages.
Travel LinksGoats on the Roof
Located right in the heart of Americus Café Campesino is a one of kind coffee shop. It is the United States’ first and only Fair Trade, organic purchasing cooperative for green coffee beans. Café Campesino is great for neighborhood gatherings where you can relax, enjoy a cup of coffee and maybe even learn a little about the roasting process.
Travel LinksCafé Campesino