Andrew meets fisherman Jerry Gault to learn about the innovative way he uses traps to catch octopus. This fisherman supplies octopus to restaurants across the country. Andrew eats grilled octopus and octopus salad with whelk.
Hunting Marsh Hens
It’s a first for Andrew when he goes hunting for marsh hens with Captain Ray Crowley. Andrew tastes deep-fried marsh hens.
Thunderbolt Marina in Thunderbolt, GA
Andrew visits Daufuskie Island with Sallie Ann Robinson. She’s a 6th generation descendant of slaves who raised cotton on the island. She holds onto many of their Gullah cooking traditions. Andrew eats baked raccoon.
Daufuskie Island, SC
Marandy's Soul Food Restaurant
Savannah food writer Tim Rutherfood takes Andrew off the beaten path to some of the city’s best places to eat, starting with Marandy’s. Andrew eats oxtail and red velvet cake with sour cream frosting.
7010 Skidaway Road Savannah, GA
Charlie Teeple’s Seafood
Andrew and Tim Rutherford take a trip outside of Savannah to taste some of the area’s best seafood, including scuppernongs, seafood boil and steamed crab.
3209 E. Victory Drive Thunderbolt, GA
Congreation Bnai Brith Jacob
Savannah is home to a small, but vibrant Jewish community. Andrew meets 2 local caterers who specialize in a style of cooking known as New South Kosher. It happens to be a festive Jewish holiday, Sukkot.
5444 Abercorn Street Savannah, GA
Dining with The Lady Chablis
Andrew dines out with one of the city’s most famous residents, The Lady Chablis, who was a character in the book and movie “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”
Andrew and The Lady Chablis have breakfast at this café. Andrew tries the pecan flapjacks and hoppel poppel, egg scrambled with peppers, onions, potatoes and kosher salami.
404 Abercorn St. Savannah, GA
Elizabeth's on 37th
Andrew and The Lady Chablis have a meal at a mansion restaurant, which includes flounder on spicy quail hash, berkshire pork chop and black-eyed pea patty.
105 East 37th Street Savannah, GA