Dickie Brennan’s New Orleans

From James Beard Award-winning restaurants and chefs to new joints fueling neighborhood revivals, there’s no shortage of deliciousness in the Crescent City. One man that has always stood for the city’s rich food culture is Dickie Brennan.

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Where To Shop Now: Morgantown, West Virginia

For our November issue, we decided to explore this quiet West Virginia college town, home to quirky specialty shops and artisan outposts. See the best shops to pop in, and where to take a quick break. 1. Appalachian Gallery Drive down Walnut Street to the historic SandCastle building, a Gothic structure that houses goods made from nearly 100 West Virginia […]

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Tailgate Giveaway, Week 9: Southern Proper Package

Every Wednesday through college football season, we are giving away a tailgating necessity to help you create the ultimate Southern tailgate. Check in each week to see what it is and enter for a chance to win!

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Hitchin’ Out West: A Texas Ranch Wedding

One of the easiest ways to infuse meaning into your wedding day is to get married at a location that is particularly special to you. Martha and Mac met and got engaged at her family ranch, so when her cousins, who had built a barn for their daughters’ weddings at their ranch just down the road, offered to host Martha […]

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Paper Napkin Interview: Kimberly Schlapman

With Little Big Town’s sixth studio album, Pain Killer, dropping today, we decided to take a look back at our Paper Napkin Interview with Kimberly Schlapman at her Nashville home in September. Find out what this Georgia artist is up to now, when not singing or cooking on her “Kimberly’s Simply Southern” show.

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Chef Sean Brock’s First Book and Next Chapter

You know him as the chef behind Husk (Charleston and Nashville) and McCrady’s (Charleston). Now Sean Brock has another title: author. Today marks the release of his much-anticipated first cookbook, Heritage. For the occasion, we chatted with Sean. 1. What can readers expect with Heritage? “What I tried to convey with this book really is my experience as a human […]

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Our Favorite Mason Jar Crafts and a New Song by Natalie Stovall and The Drive

It’s fall, and we can’t wait to jump into a season of crafts! It may come as no surprise that our crafting will revolve around one of our favorite containers: the Mason jar. Here are some of our favorite Mason jar crafts that are perfect for celebrating the fall season. We also threw in a fitting tune–“Mason Jar” by Natalie […]

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5 Things You Need to Know in the South Right Now

Every Monday we bring you the Southern Living Hot List, a roundup of the five latest and greatest things to hit the South. Consider it your weekly update on our region’s most buzzworthy food, culture, and style news.

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Five Days, Five Dinners: 5 Ingredients or Less

Weeknight chaos can make putting a home-cooked meal on the table a daunting task. Don’t fret—our handy meal planner relies on a few key ingredients and gives new life to leftovers, so you can serve a delicious meal each night no matter what.

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The Rose of Fall

On a walk through the neighborhood yesterday, I came upon a glorious shrub with white, pink, and red blooms. It’s the rose of fall that’s not a rose at all.

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