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|Here, barbeque is king, but fresh mountain trout, farm-raised catfish are noble staples. Organic, sustainable food is almost de rigueur now and condiments like homemade jellies, jams and relishes are among the best anywhere. The Southern culinary heritage is America's oldest and it has never faded or become homogenized. Originality and cooking adventures work harmoniously side-by-side to produce organic country hams, grits like Logan Turnpike Mills, the most heralded and sought after in America, native honey and sorghum syrup and home grown tomatoes, particularly heirlooms, plus much more.
Our food is showcased daily by celebrity chefs like Savannah's Paula Deen and Tennessee's Pat and Gina Neely. But, you can enjoy the dishes based on two centuries of tradition in restaurants, diners, cafes and epicurean shrines ranging from The Dillard House in Georgia's Rabun County to the Homestead in Virginia near the West Virginia border.
Great food and dining adventures are tourism attractions. We know food from country and soul to gourmet. Our Southern palate is front center and we'll bring hungry folks to you who are bound to love and remember the experience. And remember: We know wine inside and out. After all, it was Thomas Jefferson who brought the fine wines of Europe to America and the first wine dinner in the New World was at Monticello.
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