Tate’s Chamomile Sazerac

“Downtown Winston-Salem, ten years ago—even five years ago—was nothing,” says Matt Ceneviva, bartender and part-owner of Tate’s Craft Cocktails. We are sitting outside the bar on a stretch of road in the heart of the old tobacco [...]

Crusade for Collecting

Gallery owner Jennifer Schwartz wants to see more art collectors in the world. So she’s hitting the road for a ten-city tour on which she hopes to cultivate art enthusiasts from Atlanta to San Francisco. The “Crusade for Collecting,” [...]

Venison Stew for a Cold-Weather Crowd

If you see a special on the menu at Southern Soul Barbeque, in St. Simons, Georgia, that looks a little fancy for the chalkboard at a roadside barbecue joint, credit Chef Comer Smith. Earlier this year, following stints at white-tablecloth [...]

Authentic Vietnamese in Charlotte

In Charlotte, which is known for welcoming newcomers, Central Avenue, on the east side of the city, is one of those places where Latin American, Middle Eastern, Asian and other international markets and restaurants concentrate and thrive. [...]

Caption Contest: Win Free G&G Goodies!

No matter what type of dog you own chances are you’ve witnessed a scene similar to the one captured in the photo below. Certainly this Plott hound was after something special. Or maybe nothing at all. Some of you may remember the image [...]

A Great White in the Lowcountry

If you haven’t heard, a great white shark with a Southern belle’s name—Mary Lee—has been cruising our Southern waters this fall. Mary Lee passed Charleston Harbor on her way south in early November, stirring up headlines, then turned [...]

Southern Holiday Wreaths

It’s that time of year folks—holiday shopping, cocktail parties, and A Christmas Story reruns abound. If you’re looking to rethink some of your holiday décor this year, take a cue from our latest DIY project. As an alternative to traditional [...]

Holiday Shopping: Porter Flea in Nashville

Looking for some one-of-a-kind gifts to hand out this season? If you’re in Nashville, make sure to stop in at the Porter Flea at the Marathon Music Works. Their holiday market features local, handmade art, paper goods, furniture, jewelry [...]

Recipes from Five Fall Cookbooks

We’ve rounded up our five favorite cookbooks of the season—with a Southern twist, of course—along with links to some tasty recipes. Fred Thompson’s recipe for barbecued baked butter beans Kevin Gillespie’s recipe for honey-lacquered [...]

And We Have a Winner

The results of our caption contest are in, and have confirmed, as usual, that we have some awfully clever readers. You all made it tough to pick just one winner.   Chris Smith’s “Do you need to borrow our tiller?” got some laughs [...]