Pigging Out in Savannah

A Restaurant Guide to Savannah Cathy Swift, Van Robbins, John Miltiades ... The 3 Little Piggies share their views of some of the best opportunities to “pig out” in Savannah. The restaurants appear in alphabetical order.

Pigging Out in Savannah

Cat Swift, as a Professor of Marketing at Georgia Southern University, anonymously wrote the column, "Let's Do Lunch," for the Savannah Business Journal. Van Robbins got her start from Savannah native, Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts. John Miltiades is a direct descendant of General James Oglethorpe and is considered a scholar, captain of tall ships, and builder of large buildings.

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Pigging Out in Savannah
Language: en
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Authors: Cathy Swift, Van Robbins, John Miltiades
Categories: Cooking
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-03 - Publisher: iUniverse

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