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St. Patrick's Day Parade
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A very proper over-sized English room with period furniture and a walk-in closet. Done in pale greens with an ivory-mirrored working fireplace. Six-foot oversize windows overlooking the steeple of the Independent Presbyterian Church
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Valentines Day
Valentines Day Package
Valid February 14th Only

Flowers, Champagne & Chocolates in room upon arrival

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$249+ tax

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Savannah's Innsite
January 2008
Brought to you by the Foley House Inn

Happy New Year. What better way to start the New Year than by sticking to your resolution to eat better and trying Quita's Pineapple Upside Down French Toast? Did you notice we said "eat better" and not "lose weight"?

French toast originated as a way to use day-old or stale bread by soaking the bread in eggs and frying it. The term "French toast" can be found in print in the U.S. as early as 1871. The Oxford English Dictionary cites usages of "French toast" in English as early as 1660. Some people claim that this dish was called "German toast" in the U.S. before World War I and was changed to "French toast" because of anti-German sentiment. Here at the Foley we are less concerned about the politics and more concerned about the taste!
Pineapple Upside Down French Toast
Pineapple Upside Down French Toast

* 6 eggs

* 2 cups of milk

*1 teaspoon vanilla

* 1 stick butter

* ½ cup packed brown sugar

* 1 (16-ounce) can crushed pineapple in juice

* Un-sliced loaf English muffin bread, or other firm white bread 

Night before: Cut crusts from bread, slice into 8 thick slices. (you may not need to use the whole loaf - slices should be about twice as thick as regular slices).

Combine eggs, milk and vanilla. Place slices of bread in a large pan, 11 x 13-inches. Pour eggs and milk mixture carefully over bread, making sure each bread slice is covered. Cover pan with plastic wrap and refrigerate.

Next morning: In a clean, 11 x 13-inch pan, melt butter. Add brown sugar and pineapple, including juice. Mix well. Remove bread from refrigerator and using  spatula, carefully remove bread slices from pan and place over pineapple mixture.

Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, until puffed and golden. To serve, turn entire pan out onto a large platter, or remove individual servings, turning them upside down onto plates.

Serves 8

St. Patrick's Day Parade in Savannah

March 14th 2007
Saint Patricks Day
This year Savannah's parade  will be held on Friday, March 14th.  In order to best accommodate our guests, the Foley House Inn is  offering a 3-night package for March 13, 14 & 15, 2008 at the these rates:

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Luxury Room
$1500 + tax
Premium Room
$1250 + tax
Deluxe Room
$1150 + tax
Garden Room
$1050 + tax
Carriage House Room.
$950 + tax

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Please have a safe and happy 2008!

Allisen & Grant Rogers
Foley House Inn