It’s been a long while since my last post! I’m devoting a lot of my time to my work and my hobbies (current obsessions: salsa and argentine tango). This means I’m devoting less time to trying new activities in my city, at least to ones that seem worthy of lugging my big camera around. I still have some old pictures I want to share, and will try my best to post new ones as well.
I’ve been wanting to share my Bluffton, SC pictures with you all because Chris and I took another trip out there this past weekend to try out a resaurant – Cahill’s Market. Cahill’s offers southern food. The unique twist of this southern joint is that the ingredients are all from local farmers. Cahill’s is not only a restaurant but a market that sells Georgia and South Carolina fruits, veggies, meat and dairy products. There are only a handful of restaurants in Savannah that I really like, and most of them are not southern food restaurants. In fact, I’m typically not a big fan of southern food b/c the food seems to be too intensely clothed in breading and oil. This market offers the “southerness” through its menu choices (fried chicken, tomatoe and mayo sandwiches, mac and cheese, green beans…) while still letting the produce be the star of the show. I would highly recommend the place.
Bluffton in general is a great place to visit from Savannah. It’s only 25 minutes away, sits along the Savannah river and it’s much more quiet than Savannah with that cutesy feel of a small American town.