AMERICUS — The Americus Times-Recorder and the Americus Rotary Club sponsored the first Collards & Cornbread Cook-off Saturday at Lenny's Market in downtown Americus. A steady crowd made its way through the booths sampling collards, cornbread and Hoppin' John while enjoying live music by Andy Miller. Look for more photos and a list of winners in Tuesday's paper and on americustimesrecorder.com
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