In case you don’t know, the burgers at Holeman & Finch Public House in Atlanta are kind of a big deal. Since we first told you about them in the January 2010 issue, the fanaticism has only grown.
Birmingham’s Frank Stitt is an American treasure. On Saturday night, his friends (who happen to be some of the South’s best chefs) gathered to honor him at the Charleston Wine + Food Festival‘s “A Tribute to Frank Stitt.” Each chef cooked a dish to honor Frank, and each dish showcased Frank’s passion for regional ingredients, his respect for technique, and his […]
Matt Lee and Ted Lee’s third cookbook is a love letter to Charleston, the capital of the Lowcountry. The James Beard Award-winning authors bring the vibrant food culture of this great Southern city to life, giving readers insider access to the best recipes and stories Charleston has to offer. The best part? We’ve got our hands on two brand-new copies […]
An American chef cooks in Paris today as Southern Living Contributing Editor Virginia Willis makes her third trip to the Paris Cookbook Fair. Virginia, the author of two cookbooks herself, is a guest chef at the annual festival that celebrates the best cookbooks worldwide. Parisians will get to sample some of her pulled pork tenderloin with Georgia barbecue sauce and stoneground grits […]
When Atlanta star Ford Fry (the chef and owner of No. 246 and The Optimist and Oyster Bar at The Optimist restaurants), asked E.J. Hodgkinson to step into the role of executive chef at JCT. Kitchen & Bar, the popular Southern farmstead-style restaurant that opened last year, the young cook didn’t think twice.
Now that the Oscar nominees have been announced, and the ceremony is little more than a month away, the really serious deliberations begin: What should you serve at your party? This year we’re giving dainty little bites a pass, and handing the statuette to over-the-top Southern fare served by Atlantan-turned-Beverly Hills-resident, Alex Hitz .