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Featured Room
Celebrater Package
Quita's Frosted Pecans
Savannah Film Festival
Featured Room
Foley House Inn room 301 Easton Lodge
301 Easton Lodge
English antique four poster king size bed, mahogany chest and carved oak armoire facing the antique white working fireplace. The room features a bay area overlooking Chippewa Square
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Savannah Fountain
Celebrate Savannah Package
Three night stay in a Premium Room

Champagne & Chocolates upon arrival

Private Carriage ride through the Historic District

Two tickets to

Savannah Walks Ghost Tour

Two tickets to Owens Thomas House Museum

Two tickets to Telfair Museum

Six Pence Pub $25.00 Gift Certificate

Sapphire Grill
$50.00 Gift Certificate

Bistro Savannah
$50.00 Gift

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Savannah's Innsite
September 2007
Brought to you by the Foley House Inn

Pecan trees grow wild throughout the southeastern United States and as far north as southern Iowa and Indiana. Pecan trees may live and bear edible nuts for more than 300 years. The nuts of the Pecan are blessed with a rich, buttery flavor. They can be eaten fresh or used in cooking, particularly in sweet desserts but also in some savory dishes.

This month we feature Quita's frosted pecans. They are served regularly here at the Foley House Inn during our afternoon sweets and tea. Now you can prepare them at home for a great snack anytime.
Quita's Frosted Pecans
Frosted Pecans

* ½ cup butter

* 2 egg whites

* 1 cup brown sugar

* 1 pound whole pecans

Melt butter in a 9x13 pan in 300 degree oven. Beat egg whites until very stiff. Gradually add brown sugar to the mixture until it is thick and smooth. Fold in pecans until all are coated with egg white mixture.

Drop by spoonfuls into melted butter and bake. Turn and separate every 10 minutes for one hour or until brown. Cool in pan.

As summer winds down and the cool temperatures return to the low country, it's time to enjoy the vibrant shopping and sightseeing and relaxing evening breezes that make Savannah a great "walking city".

The Foley House Inn sits on quiet and peaceful Chippewa Square. Centrally located in the historic district, Chippewa Square is the home to the statue of James Oglethorpe, the founder of the state of Georgia and also where Tom Hanks ate his box of chocolates in "Forrest Gump".

Allisen & Grant Rogers
Foley House Inn
Savannah Film Festival
October 27th to November 3rd, 2007
Savannah Film Festival
The Savannah Film Festival features the best in independent and innovative film from around the world. From feature-length films to two-minute shorts, the annual festival presents a full range of cinematic creativity from both award-winning professionals and emerging student filmmakers.