The January Issue: What You Didn’t See

December 28, 2013 | By | Comments (2)

We had a good time putting together our January issue. The proof? This selection of outtakes from some of our stories.

Photo by Scott Suchman

Photo by Scott Suchman

A visit to Pasture in Richmond, Virginia, is well worth it—this round of happy hour snacks, featured in “The South’s Best Cheap Eats,” each go for $2 to $3.

Photo by Peter Frank Edwards

Photo by Peter Frank Edwards

Another of “The South’s Best Cheap Eats”: The Okonomiyaki (crispy Japanese Vegetable Pancake) with a fried egg from Xiao Bao Biscuit in Charleston.

Photo by Laurey W. Glenn

Photo by Laurey W. Glenn

Delightfully simple—ethereal air plants from our “Take It Easy” garden story.

Photo by Rush Jagoe

Photo by Rush Jagoe

At Domenica in New Orleans, you can order a lamb meatball pizza and a Peroni for $10 every day from 3 to 6 p.m.

Photo by Greg Dupree

Photo by Greg Dupree

I’m loving everything about this image in the “Energize Your Mornings” story! The styling, food, and photography could not be more spot-on.  Prop styling by Caroline M. Cunningham and food styling by Tori Brogan.

What was your favorite story from our January issue? Tell us in the comments! 

COMMENTS

  1. Peggy Enright

    Your article on the ‘Tillys’ reminded me to buy more. Easy to grow, just throw them outside in the summer and they bloom beautifully. Mine is growing new plants right now. Thanks for the source, too.

    January 2, 2014 at 9:46 am
  2. AmberMakitos

    my neighbor’s aunt makes $78 an hour on the laptop. She has been fired for five months but last month her pay was $17722 just working on the laptop for a few hours. why not try this out……….. http://clockurl.com/BcD

    December 28, 2013 at 6:15 pm

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