The Daily South

Sister Says: Enjoy My Favorite Spring Appetizer Solutions

Pull my homemade-tasting rolls out of the freezer and try one (or more!) of these five bite-size favorites. After a mild winter in Lower Alabama, spring seems to have sprung. I already see buds on the pear trees and azalea bushes. And I’m starting to get invitations to outdoor get-togethers and cookouts with friends who are ready to fire up […]

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5 Events that are Worth the Drive this Spring

The summer months certainly don’t hold a monopoly on weekend festivals and events. In the Myrtle Beach area, our calendar heats up right along with the temperatures, beginning in mid March and continuing through the fall. Here are just five recommendations for upcoming spring festivals or events, held in different communities around the Myrtle Beach area.   Food Truck Festival […]

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Win Tickets To See Your Favorite Stars At Tortuga

In honor of one of our favorite festivals, Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival, we’ve teamed up with our favorite country artists to give you a behind-the-scenes look at what you can expect from this Ft. Lauderdale party. The festival runs April 7-9, 2017, and features headliners like Kenny Chesney, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, Brett Eldredge, Dustin Lynch, Maren Morris, and […]

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Roll Into Spring with Sister Schubert

Is your spring schedule filling up fast? Mine is! Planned around my son Alex’s soccer games, my travels across the country keep me busy. I have the pleasure of meeting so many of you at cookbook signings and talks at various events, but in between trips, I’m putting together weeknight meals like many of you. Plus, with warm weather approaching, […]

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I’m Not Dead Yet!

  I know many of you have been greatly disturbed about the lack of Grumpy posts in 2017. You’ve found them to be a great source of comfort and wisdom in your life and suddenly, they’ve been yanked away! What happened? Is Grumpy in prison? Is Grumpy deceased? No. I’m still here and I’m still writing the Grumpy Gardener. The […]

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Expand Your Palate in Columbia, SC This Year

  You get the feeling that Columbia, SC is hitting the ‘thriving metropolis’ threshold by the number of acclaimed chefs and restaurants popping up around town. Case in point, Sarah Simmons of NYC’s Birds & Bubbles and City Grit now has two Rise Bakeshop and Gourmet Goods locations. Soon after Sarah opened her first location in Columbia’s Five Points neighborhood, […]

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An Idyllic Haven in the Lowcountry

Just the drive through the lush, idolized Lowcountry of Palmetto Bluff, South Carolina is enough to melt away any cares. Whether you’re seeking a weekend girlfriend getaway or a quiet romantic escape, Palmetto Bluff is just as magical as it looks in photographs. A haven for any traveler seeking refuge underneath a canopy of Spanish moss, Palmetto Bluff was also […]

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First-Ever Latin All-Star Charity Dinner Comes to Unexpected Southern City

Latin cuisine is heating up the South in some unexpected places. Louisville chef Anthony Lamas is hosting the city’s first-ever Latin all-star dinner at his top-rated restaurant, Seviche, on Monday, January 30 at 6:30 p.m. Named by USA Today as one of the best places to eat in the city, Chef Lamas is bringing in two other Louisville-based Latin chefs, […]

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Sit A Spell At Monmouth Historic Inn

With the beauty of 26 acres of manicured gardens as its backdrop, Monmouth Historic Inn is the modern portrait of the antebellum mansions in history books. Monmouth is where you’ll find guests enjoying a relaxing afternoon on the veranda sipping a Mint Julep or perusing the grounds full of fresh blooms. Built in 1818, the inn hosts 16 luxury suites […]

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A Bayou Stay in the New Year

If you’re already begging for a restart button after a busy holiday “vacation,” this Southern Living Hotel Collection property offers relaxation with open arms. Located just 30 miles outside of New Orleans, The Southern dubs itself as the hub of hospitality in the quaint town of Covington, Louisiana. In 2011, new owners reopened the doors of this 1907 landmark, unveiling […]

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