Food and music: It’s what the South does best. If you haven’t made the pilgrimage to the following holy sites of Southern music history, you better get yourself to church. From the birthplace of jazz to the studios that saw recordings from such legends as Otis Redding and The Rolling Stones, this is where you need to go and where you should […]
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“Son, I’ve beat enough eggs with this thing to fill up this room”, my 87-year-old grandmother said to me as she happily placed in my hand this more than old-school whisk (or “beater” as Granny calls it) after our standing Monday supper date. I’ve mentioned my grandmother in regards to a few of my past cabinet digging finds. Honestly, her […]
Every time I open up a cabinet in search of something, I always end up stumbling upon something else, usually more exciting. Yesterday, while rummaging through some very uninteresting saucepans and veggie steamers, I found a little gem of a cookbook that lost its way between two pots.
We’re spring cleaning in the Southern Living Test Kitchen. We’ve been rummaging through our cabinets doing some much needed organizing and sorting before we begin testing holiday recipes (that’s right, we’re already thinking about Thanksgiving). In the process, we’ve stumbled upon some interesting finds. Our cabinets offered up a treasure trove of old school kitchen equipment. We had a great […]