Cool Stuff – G’s Favorite Things

Fun Holiday Decorating Idea

I went to a little soiree not too long ago to get a little better acquainted with Austin. At the end of the evening a girl in charge was trying to get everyone to take home the table centerpieces. I didn’t think much of it until I looked a little closer and saw what they were using for the vases. “I must have these!” I exclaimed across the room with […]

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American Picking with Paul Michael

On Saturday I paid a visit to a big antique antique market in Warrenton, Texas with my friends the Michael’s. They spend a lot of time every year traveling the country  buying interesting things, which they turn into even more interesting things for their store Paul Michael Company. If you want to see what I mean about all of the interesting things they create, take a look at this post […]

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Let’s Be Together Always: GeorgiaPellegrini.com Toolbar

Hi Guys and Gals, Boys and Girls, Ladies and Gents, Coyotes and Feral Hogs: (Actually, I don’t think those last two like me so this isn’t for them) I have a new toolbar that you can download so we can stick together always. If you ever think any of these things then this is for you: 1. “I need a Georgia recipe now!” 2. “I need one click access to […]

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Take a Ride with Me on OpenSky

This Spring… …I am embarking on a very fun project which entails a lot more  traveling around the country (with a camera crew that has a fondness for corn dogs) and meeting food artisans and learning about their food traditions. I will be sure to tell you all of the details here as they unfold, but in the meantime I wanted to tell you how you can learn about the […]

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Q&A with Grandma Pellegrini

After a long hiatus, I’m pleased to present another installment of Q&A with Grandma Pellegrini. Thanks for submitting all of your questions and apologies for the tardy response. Take it away Grandma P.! ~ Georgia 1. Hi Grandma P. Any suggestions for herbs that I can grow indoors in my kitchen without much fuss? Thank you in advance for your help. Yes. You could have mint and basil and thyme, […]

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How to Get A Signed First Edition Copy of Food Heroes

I’ve been getting a lot of inquiries about how one can get a signed copy of “Food Heroes,” since I didn’t make it to every book store in the country on my book tour this year. Well here is the answer! If you’d like a signed copy of my book, simply email me at: georgia at georgiapellegrini dot com. I’ll give you the address where you can have Amazon or […]

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Your Fall Colors

It was such a treat to get all of your Fall photos after I showed you pictures of the colors at Tulipwood. Here they are for you to see… Fall colors from around the world. Isn’t it a beautiful world that we live in? Seattle, Washington by Stephanie Mt. Holly Rd., Katonah, New York by BRubio Back lit leaves near Seattle by Herbguy Hydrangeas in Sparkill, New York by BRubio […]

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Fall Colors

I’ve been traveling a lot lately as you may have noticed, and everywhere I go the colors are breathtaking. This is the time to travel. When the earth smells of wet dirt and the air smells of burning wood and the trees are a patchwork of blazing color. My dad sent me these photos from Tulipwood yesterday and I wanted to share. You can see Grandma P.’s little house in […]

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The Night Before the Dove Hunt

One of the things I’ve liked most about this book tour, are the in between moments. The things I’ve done on the way to the book events. The night before the delta dove hunt is one of my favorite nights of the year. It is full of food, and laughter, and guitar blues, and whiskey, and food, and cigars, and food. It is full of ribs soaked in apple juice […]

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New York City Book Party

There’s something special about celebrating a book where it all began. I’ve been to all of these cities in the past few weeks, but New York is my true home, where this personal odyssey all began. And so it was nice to be there, to be home, and celebrate with my old friends and family and new friends I’ve made along the way. The event kind of floored me to […]

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