Strawberry-Basil Sauce and How To Use It

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You can find me at the Forsyth Farmers’ Market in Savannah just about every Saturday morning: A food lover’s paradise!

Strawberry season is officially here and if you’ve visited your local farmers’ market lately, you know exactly what I mean! After a trip to the Forsyth Farmers’ Market over the weekend, I brought home a gallon-sized bucket full of farm-picked, red-ripened strawberries and developed the most luscious and sweet sauce oozing with strawberry flavor. Continue reading “Strawberry-Basil Sauce and How To Use It”

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You’re Invited: Food Network Star Watch Party!!

I have so many exciting things to update you guys on!! We’re just a few weeks away from the Food Network Star Season Premier and the countdown is officially on. If you haven’t heard, I’m a top 10 finalist on Season 14 and it’s about to go down! Before we get to the really good stuff, I’d like to invite you to my Season Premier Watch Party. If you’re in the Savannah area, come grab a drink and cheer your Georgia girl on! If you plan to attend, just comment on this post, send me a message on social media or email SKGFoodBlog@gmail.com, so I’ll know to expect you.

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The promotional commercials started airing on Food Network just this week, and JUST WOW. I am taking this all in, realizing that my longtime dream is actually a reality. My face is on the FOOD NETWORK. Check it out!


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As if this weren’t exciting enough, the June edition of Food Network magazine is also on newsstands now, and yours truly is on page 41!!

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I must’ve sold at least 5 copies of the magazine to random shoppers in our local Kroger, when they overheard my husband congratulating me!
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I can’t wait for you to meet all the other contestants. We’re bringing the heat this season!

Before the premier of Food Network Star, don’t miss Comeback Kitchen this Sunday, May 27 at 8 p.m. Tune in to see who, from seasons gone by, may be joining the Season 14 cast!!

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Follow Some Kinda Good, and join me on social media throughout the season where I’ll be answering your burning questions and having a ball watching the show, right along with you! Share, share, share!

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Never give up on your dreams, y’all. You never know when they might come true. Food Network, Here I Come!


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Georgia native Rebekah Faulk Lingenfelser is a freelance writer, entertainer and food enthusiast who writes and speaks about her love of good food and the Coastal South. A Season 2 Contestant on ABC’s “The Taste,” she is the Statesboro Herald food columnist and host of SKG-TV on YouTube. A public relations graduate of Georgia Southern University, Rebekah also attended Savannah Technical College’s Culinary Institute of Savannah. To learn more, connect with Some Kinda Good on social media, or visit RebekahLingenfelser.com.

Southern Fish Fry Meets Mexican Fiesta

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Rebekah’s cod tacos are a crispy, cool and refreshing taste of summertime.

I love fish tacos. It’s a dish I order often while on vacation or at local seafood restaurants when the fish are fresh out of the Atlantic. The good news is they’re also super easy to make at home. Southern fish fry meets Mexican fiesta and it’s party time! Continue reading “Southern Fish Fry Meets Mexican Fiesta”

Mother’s Day Dessert: Blueberry-Lemon Bundt Cake

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WOW! Just look at the color in this cake. Dusting the blueberries in flour allows them to distribute evenly throughout the cake, for a blueberry in every bite!

Blueberry and lemon go together like peas and carrots, and I’ve got a luscious, slightly sweet and colorful cake that combines these flavors for the ultimate Mother’s Day Dessert. Continue reading “Mother’s Day Dessert: Blueberry-Lemon Bundt Cake”

Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with the Taco Ring

When I was growing up, taco night was super exciting. My mom would bring out this special dish we had with individual compartments for each taco topping. Continue reading “Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with the Taco Ring”

Shrimp Scampi for the Win

Shrimp Scampi is one of the easiest and most flavorful ways to cook with shrimp. It’s a meal that feels a little fancy, and is special enough to serve to company. I made it for my husband, Kurt and I, on Friday night and served it with crispy french bread and a salad to round out the meal. The red pepper flakes add a little kick and the sauce is killer! Continue reading “Shrimp Scampi for the Win”

BLTs Turned Up a Notch

April is National BLT month, and it just so happens that one of my signature recipes takes this classic sandwich to the next level with spicy pimento cheese and fried green tomatoes. Continue reading “BLTs Turned Up a Notch”

Food Network Here I Come!!

One fine day in the early spring of 2013, I was cruising around Statesboro, Georgia in my black Grand Prix, when I had a light-bulb moment. At the time, I had been blogging for about two years, and as I considered where I wanted to take my food writing and culinary entertainment side gig, I thought, “Some days, all I need is a camera crew.” It was a simple idea; one that would soon come to fruition and catapult me into a world of cooking like I had never known before. Continue reading “Food Network Here I Come!!”

New Magazine Promotes Southeast Georgia’s Local Food Movement

Today, I’m sharing some exciting news about a new online culinary magazine debuting right here in Southeast Georgia on April 15, for which I’ll be a regular contributor! Meet Southern Soil: A Growing Food Movement. Continue reading “New Magazine Promotes Southeast Georgia’s Local Food Movement”

Local Sweet Potato and Brussels Sprout Hash


For me, cooking inspiration can come from a variety of sources. Whether I’m watching food TV or reading a magazine or cookbook, I’m always looking for different takes on ingredients and new ways to cook with them. Continue reading “Local Sweet Potato and Brussels Sprout Hash”