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St. Patrick's Day 2008
Quita's Coconut Macaroons
Savannah Film Festival
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Foley House Inn room 204 Stafford
204 Stafford
The original 1858 master bedroom. The room features French beveled mirror, antique writing desk, king size British Period four poster bed, working marble fireplace, Jacuzzi for 2 and a balcony overlooking Chippewa Square
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Saint Patricks Day
St. Patrick's Day Package

This year Savannah's parade  will be held on Friday, March 14th.  In order to accomodate our guests we are offering a 3-night package for March 13, 14 & 15, 2008 at the these rates:
Luxury Room
$1500 + tax
Premium Room
$1250 + tax
Deluxe Room
$1150 + tax
Garden Room
$1050 + tax
Carriage House Rm.
$950 + tax

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

This month we feature Quita's coconut macaroons. They are a favorite treat here at the Foley House Inn during our afternoon sweets and tea. I am not sure if there is any real connection between the macaroon and Savannah, but just like our city, they have an intriguing history.

According to legend, the macaroon was invented in an Italian monastery in 1792. Later, two Carmelite nuns, hiding in the town of Nancy during the French Revolution baked and sold macaroons to cover their expenses. They became known as the "Macaroon Sisters." The cookie recipe was supposedly passed on to the Jewish community in France, who subsequently made it a staple of Passover baking.
Quita's Coconut  Macaroons
Coconut Macaroons Savannah Bed and breakfast

* 2 egg whites

* ½ teaspoon vanilla extract

* 1/3 cup of sugar

* 1/8 teaspoon salt

* 2 tablespoons flour

*  ½ cup Pecans

*  ½ cup Chocolate

* 1 1/3 cups shredded coconut

Combine the egg whites, vanilla, sugar, salt and flour in a bowl and mix well. Stir in the coconut, chocolate chips, & pecans. Drop by level teaspoonfuls onto greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

Yeild 1 ½ dozen cookies

Fall is here and the weather is beautiful. Now is the time to enjoy the vibrant shopping, 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.