Kitchens on the Square, Savannah, Georgia

Well, hey, look what I found.  Here are the yummy recipes for the meal that was prepared for my engimatic Brazilian SIL and myself on my graduation outing last year at the Kitchens on the Square.  I promised that I would post them if I ever found them again, although finding them was not promising.  Seeing how it’s ferocious springtime here, and I’m “tearing down and dragging out” (which is how my mother described cleaning), I found the recipes. 

Okay, ignore the note in the bottom left-hand corner that says bacon band-aids.

The bacon band-aids are in honor of my nephew-in-law who loves all things bacon, yet does not own a hog. Go figure.


For those of you who are worried about bacon band-aids, they not really made of bacon. Spoilage issues. Don't think it hasn't been tried.


In honor of my nephew-in-law and his love of bacon, I ate half a package of turkey bacon this morning. Cooked it and everything, if by everything you mean ate it directly from the griddle, bypassing the plate.

 Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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2 Responses to “Kitchens on the Square, Savannah, Georgia”

  1. sparky46er Says:

    First of all, you must deliver my eulogy. It is in my will.

    Second. I thought the bacon band-aids were an accessory. I would make sure my outfit matched with them so people would notice my new baubles.

    Third. I love you.

    Fourth. Tears are flowing down my cheeks. I am overwhelmed with joy as I read these recipes. This ranks up their with marriage and the birth of my children. They come so close, but I just wonder how much better those events would have been if they involved bacon somehow.

    You inspire me to believe their is still hope for this world. Mankind has not reached its limits – we still have a chance.

    Because of you, I believe again. How much better would the world be if we all just sat down at the proverbial table of peace and ate a little bacon?




    • ruthrawls Says:

      Darlin’ boy, there IS bacon in the bacon and cheddar cornbread twinkies.

      I raise my glass of bacon in honor of you, my kind friend.


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