Georgia Grown is excited to announce the newest additions to their all-star executive chef lineup. The 2018 team, made up of some of the finest culinary professionals from the state of Georgia, was announced on Wednesday, Feb. 21 at the Georgia Restaurant Association’s Taste of Georgia event at the Georgia Railroad Freight Depot. Members of the team, along with Georgia Grown executive chef Holly Chute, will travel to the James Beard House in New York City in June to showcase a Southern feast filled with locally sourced ingredients.
Quick Tips to Keep Your Family Safe This Thanksgiving
As the holidays fast approach (just days away!), we are all busy planning menus for family gatherings and special events. As we think about what food we're serving to our guests, something we can easily overlook is food safety. No one has time to sit and read a manual on how to safely cook a turkey, so the Georgia Department of Agriculture Food Safety Division has compiled a quick list of tips to get you ready for Thanksgiving.
As the seasons change and the temperature cools, many Georgians begin to dream of filling their bellies with Thanksgiving treats like steaming sweet potato casseroles, giant savory turkeys and pies made with none other than Georgia’s beloved nut, pecans.
Want to help the farmers and ranchers recover from the disaster of #HurricaneHarvey from afar? Please donate to the State of Texas Agriculture Relief (STAR) Fund.
The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) has set up a Harvey Hotline: 512-719-0799 at the Animal Response Operation Coordination Center (AROCC). If you or someone you know is looking to volunteer, donate, offer shelter for animals, report live or dead animals please call the Harvey Hotline.