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Episode 413

Historic Banning Mills Host David Zelski

Nestled in the Snake Creek Gorge in Whitesburg, Georgia, Historic Banning Mills, offers guests a unique combination of peaceful country living and high adrenaline zip-line adventures. In fact, Banning Mills boasts the largest continuous zip-line canopy tour in the world. During this visit, David explores the ruins of what was the birthplace of the modern day paper industry and is joined by Kat as they zip-line over these same ruins and across the Snake Creek Gorge.

Video: Historic Banning Mills


Chef Joe Randall Kat Carney

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..

Video: Kat's Low Country lesson with Chef Joe Randall


National Civil War Naval Museum Host
Rickey Bevington

Step back in maritime history at the one of a kind National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus. Here you’ll find the country’s most comprehensive history of the Northern and Southern Civil War Navies.

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Video: National Civil War Naval Museum


Sweet Auburn Curb MarketlHost David Zelski

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.

Video: Sweet Auburn Curb Market


Augusta Masters Special Contributor Bruce Burkhardt

Augusta's biggest claim to fame is The Masters Golf Tournament, a spring ritual when the eyes of the sporting world all focus on Georgia's second largest city. But the sheer magnitude of The Masters may sometimes obscure Augusta's other charms and a history that helps explain why this world renowned event happened to end up in Augusta. Bruce Burkhardt, in a prelude to his documentary, Augusta's Master Plan: From Sherman's March to Arnie's Army, explores the rich history of this charming city on the Savannah River. It brings together two seemingly unrelated storylines: the story of golf and the story of Southern survival.

Video: Augusta's Master Plan

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