The Daily Meal Gets A Little Taste Of Georgia (And We Want More)

The Daily Meal Gets a Little Taste of Georgia

Georgia tourism reps, international tourism professionals, and The Daily Meal join forces to cook a menu that includes hoe cakes with honey pecan chicken, boiled peanut hummus, spicy collard green phyllo cups, and rustic peach tarts.

Chef Holly Chute Readies the Kitchen for Some Culinary Fun

Chute is an official of Georgia Grown, a program of the Georgia Department of Agriculture that promotes locally harvested food.

Georgia in a New York State of Mind

Daily Meal President J.P. Kyrillos and Kevin Langston, deputy commissioner of tourism at Explore Georgia, enjoy the mixer.

Visit the Capital of Georgia

Brandon Barnes explains that Atlanta is so much more than a great airport. It also has one of the best burgers in America.

There’s Plenty to Explore in the Peach State

Stacey Dickson (Lake Lanier CVB) encourages guests to visit Lake Lanier, which she compares to the Hamptons. Rachel Bell (Georgia Restaurant Association) talks about the state's storied food history and its many culinary offerings. 

Shrimp Meatballs in Broth

Chefs prepare seafood to showcase the fresh and delicious foods of Georgia's coastline.

Local Produce Is the Best Produce

Our lovely event would not have been so delicious without the foods from these Georgia businesses. 

The Ingredients Speak for Themselves

Chef Holly Chute prepares one of the best offerings of the night, which is also one of the most simple: chocolate-covered strawberries. Christine Couttet (Visit America Inc.), Stacey Dickon (Lake Lanier CVB), Roger Meier (Visit America Inc), and Eric Hofer (Americantours International) watch.

Everybody Enjoys Getting Their Hands Dirty

Guests include Mindy Shea (Visit Savannah), Christine Couttet (Visit America Inc.), Walter Gallo (New World Travel), Roger Meier (Visit America Inc.), Eric Hofer (Americantours International), and Mahua Sehgal (New World Travel).