Georgia is the Peach State but it is also home to about half of all peanuts grown in the United States. No matter how you eat your peanuts, be it candy bars, protein bars, peanut butter, or cocktail mixes, the chances are high that you've eaten peanuts from Hardy Farms Peanuts in Hawkinsville, GA.
This week we travel to Macon, Georgia to discuss the ins and outs of a very simple product that has been known to bring families together while arguments about its ingredients can also tear people apart. What is this product? Barbecue sauce.
Today we're at Georgia's very first kombucha tasting bar. Cultured South Fermentation Co., the home of Golda Kombucha, is on the west side of the Atlanta BeltLine and David wants to answer a simple question: What exactly is kombucha?
On this episode, we're in the home of the Georgia Apple Festival, Ellijay. But apples aren't the only thing being grown here. This mountain town is also home to Ellijay Mushrooms where you can find meaty, tasty, earthy mushrooms being grown with pristine mountain water.
80 miles north of Atlanta is where you will find the community of Suches, Georgia, the Valley Above the Clouds. It's known for its scenic views and abundant outdoor activities. Suches is home to the smallest public school in the state, the unofficial gateway to the Appalachian Mountains, and Bramlett Trout Farms.
Missing McLeod's Daughters? You're not alone. Get a taste of Australia in Georgia at Marietta's Australian Bakery Café!
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