Sunday, August 25, 2013

Food Worthy of Still-Life Pictures at Zeigler House Inn in Savannah, Georgia USA

Billie's Italian Cream Cake with Blueberries
is a delicious stunner, worthy of a still art painting,
at Zeigler House Inn in Savannah, Georgia USA
SAVANNAH Georgia (August 24, 2014) – This amazing cake [pictured] was baked and decorated by Zeigler House Inn's own Jackie Heinz, a former caterer in Atlanta, GA. The special treat was filmed as a backdrop during an EatItandLikeIt food television feature, to air early fall 2013.

Are you a foodie? How would you like this welcoming treat on your arrival to your Savannah bed and breakfast lodging?  

Every day Zeigler House Inn takes great pleasure in pleasing foodies who are visiting Savannah, Georgia USA and welcoming tourists and travelers to the stately, historic home inn on Jones Street.


Billie's Italian Cream Cake with Blueberries [photo], first featured on Food Network, includes blueberries generously sprinkled between each of the four cake layers, adding color and fresh fruit to the Italian Crème frosting. In appearance and taste, this delicious dessert wowed our guests and the visiting EATITANDLIKEIT TV production team.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Zeigler House Inn -- A Delightful Historic Inn Steeped in Savannah’s Wildwood Forests and Farmlands

SAVANNAH Georgia (August 2, 2013) – At Zeigler House Inn we are enveloped by trees, not only in the Savannah National Historic Landmark District’s beautiful landscapes, but in the legendary Savannah stories of beautiful architecture, timber lands, Georgia lumber exports, and re-forestation.
"Knowledge like timber shouldn't be much used till they are seasoned."
-- Oliver Wendell Holmes
Our block on our historic inn's street.
Jones Street's Live Oak canopy of trees in
historic Savannah, Georgia USA.
The mightiest of the Old South's trees is the evergreen Live Oak tree, often photographed dripping in Spanish moss. With stalwart resolve, the promenade of trees cradle our inn’s very own Jones Street with nature’s magnificent shaded canopy, located in Savannah's National Historic Landmark District.

On the 18th Century lands of modern-day Jones Street, where our historic inn is located, the pine and hardwood forests were so thick that Savannah was colloquially called “Forest City”. Early settlers cleared the land to carve out farm lands. Later city father’s partitioned the lands into city home lots, located on the once timber lines of the southerly expanding City of Savannah.