ImPORTant Decisions- Wine Wednesday
Story by Sarah Murphy Robertson ImPORTant Decisions You’ve enjoyed a fabulous meal and yet one last glass of vino sure would make the evening complete. A number of wines are considered “dessert wines” and probably the most well-known is Port. Port wine is a fortified wine made in Portugal. Fortified means the fruit is first […]
The Dog Days of Summer-
By Natalie Haddock A family trip to the beach is what South Walton is all about. It’s about splashing in the surf with the kids, dining on fresh caught local cuisine, relaxing in the sun and salty air, and creating memories with the family. And for many, that means the whole family, the furry four-legged […]
Dishes of 30a – SK Squared Cafe
Great Turf Near the Surf Story by Sarah Murphy Robertson SK Squared Café’s Executive Chef James Dillon has a top-secret seasoning blend for his burger: so secret that his wife Miriam admits with a laugh “Honestly, I don’t even know what’s in it.” However, Miriam did divulge their Modus Operandi for a good burger is […]
3 for 30a- Back to School
By Natalie Haddock We at 30Afoodandwine.com know that with the new school year just starting out, maybe you want to get settled in, and order out. This week’s installment of 3 for 30a is all about the comfort foods that bring families together so take it easy this weekend; put down the pots and pans, […]
Wine and Cheese Wednesday on 30a!
Story by Sarah Murphy Robertson Wine and cheese create heavenly combinations and we are after all, 30afoodandwine.com, so who better to discuss wine and food pairings? Brie and Chardonnay are the peanut butter and chocolate of wine and cheese pairings: they were meant to be. The creamy buttery tang of Brie is suited beautifully to […]
Dishes of 30a- George’s at Alys Beach-
Story by Sarah Murphy Robertson George’s at Alys Beach is known for their exquisite entrees, but I recommend you always remember to order from their appetizer, salad, and dessert menus too. Start to finish, their courses are complex and thoroughly composed. I have three new favorites to highlight this week in Dishes of 30A. Oysters […]
3 for 30a- National Relaxation Day!
By Natalie Haddock This weekend we celebrate National Relaxation Day! Everyday life can be stressful with work, family, home, school; but no matter how busy or wired things may get, set aside some time for yourself this weekend to kick back and relax. This week’s installment is to help you celebrate this much needed “holiday” […]
Dishes of 30a- Vue on 30a Scallops
Sea Vue By Sarah Murphy Robertson My job at 30afoodandwine.com can often seem more like a privilege. In exploring the finest dishes offered along scenic highway 30A, I have the opportunity to sample some really special creations and meet the talented chefs behind them. The Vue on 30A’s Pan Seared Scallops is a longtime guest […]
3 for 30a- Back to School!!!
By Natalie Haddock If school is sneaking up on you and your family soon, you might be looking to grasp a few more precious moments with the kids, creating memories and dining out. This week’s installment of 30A are a few hotspots that have the food, fun, and family friendly atmosphere that you must try […]
Wine Wednesday on 30A-
Story by Sarah Robertson Chardonnay is the most used white wine grape worldwide with plantings from Australia to France to California. The complexity of the wine will be determined by the techniques employed by the winemaker and can vary from light and fruity to nuances of smoke and spice from the oak barrels used during […]