5 Places for Edible Souvenirs in Savannah

Most of us love to souvenir shop while on vacation, but we don’t love the clutter when we get home. And often we want to buy gifts for the petsitter, a neighbor who watched the house, or a family member. Edible souvenirs are the perfect solution, and one I frequently shop for while traveling! On our recent trip, we dropped by these 5 places for edible souvenirs in Savannah.

Byrd Cookie Company

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Byrds Savannah Georgia

Byrd has been family owned since its founding in Savannah in 1924. Today, the company has two Historic District locations, as well as two elsewhere in Savannah and two in Charleston.

Byrds Savannah Georgia

Can’t decide which of the yummy looking bite-sized cookies you want to take home? At the stores’ famous cookie bar, you can try a sample to help decide which you like best! My daughter loved checking out all of the samples and then decided to try out the chocolate chip cookie.

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Easy Travel Layout with Authentique’s Quest

It’s travel collection season in the scrapbook industry, and that means lots of new goodies to play with for making my travel scrapbooks! One of my favorite new releases this year is Authentique Paper’s Quest collection. [Disclaimer: Authentique Paper and Cricut provided some products used in this article but this is not a sponsored post.

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Gare de L’Est Paris Scrapbook Layout

One of my favorite ways to enjoy my travel memories after I come home is through my scrapbooking! This Paris scrapbook layout features the gorgeous Gare de L’est train station, where I caught trains to Frankfurt during my recent trips. [Disclaimer: This site is a member of the Amazon.com affiliate program. Some links in this

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The Fun and Chaos of Planning Last Minute Adventures

I was taking a look at my morning calendar while sipping on the first coffee of the day when a thought in the back of my mind began to spark. Something about the date was telling me it was significant or that I’d forgotten something important that wasn’t there. Luckily, as the coffee kicked in,

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Things to do in Atlanta Airport: Zimbabwean Sculptures

Airports in the 21st century have become destinations in and of themselves, hosting gourmet restaurants, spas, and yes, even mini art exhibits. Even so, for those looking for things to do in Atlanta airport, you might be surprised to learn that an exhibit of Zimbabwean art is one of your options. A couple of weeks

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7 Surprising Things You Can’t Carry On A Plane

Anyone who flies in the U.S. knows about the TSA’s 3-1-1 rule for liquids. And common sense tells us that you can’t carry obvious weapons like a gun or sword on a plane. (Or most of us anyway – the TSA seized nearly 4000 guns from carry-on bags at checkpoints in 2017.) But besides the

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Welcome, New Neighbor!

When we bought the lot to build our home, we chose a lot that had what our city calls a “canal” as the back border of it. (Let’s be honest, it’s a drainage ditch – no matter what you want to call it.) We thought that it would give us more privacy than having neighbors

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A Girl & Her Blanket

I’ve made a lot of things in the decades that I’ve been crafting. I could never have imagined that the most important would be a simple quilt that I whipped up in a few minutes when I was pregnant with my daughter to save some money on my nursery decor. I don’t even remember where

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