Rebekah Lingenfelser

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Savannah, GA
Georgia Southern University, Culinary Institute Of Savannah
Culinary Entertainment, Southern, Coastal Cuisine, Restaurants
  • In 2014, Rebekah competed on ABC TV's "The Taste," and Anthony Bourdain ate her Shrimp and Grits.
  • In 2018, Rebekah was a top 10 finalist on "Food Network Star," Season 14.
  • She is the bestselling author of two books: "Some Kinda Good, Good Food and Good Company, That's What It's All About!," a memoir with recipes, and "Unique Eats and Eateries of Savannah," the newest in a national series published by Reedy Press, showcasing the people and stories behind more than 80 local food establishments.


Rebekah Faulk Lingenfelser is a culinary TV personality, food writer, and five-star private chef. She has written as the Statesboro Herald's food columnist for more than a decade and is a food contributor for Discovering Bulloch, Southern Soil, and Effingham Living magazines. Her professional career and day job spans 18 years in the marketing and public relations industry, where she has held executive leadership positions in health care and higher education. Rebekah has appeared on Paula Deen's Love & Best Dishes YouTube channel, in Forbes, and on "The VeryVera Show." Since 2011, her Southern coastal food blog,, has been a launch pad for her success, where she shares cooking and entertaining tips and easy-to-execute, flavorful recipes to encourage others to gather around the family table and share in the joy of cooking and eating together. A member of Georgia Grown and the Women's Food Alliance, she resides in Savannah with her husband Kurt and gregarious, 10-pound Shih Tzu, Ewok. Connect with Rebekah on social media by liking Some Kinda Good on Facebook or follow her on Instagram and X.


Rebekah earned her Bachelor of Science degree in public relations from Georgia Southern University and is an honors graduate of the Culinary Institute of Savannah.
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