Last Call For Spring Bulbs!

The best time for most Southerners to plant spring bulbs is around Thanksgiving. But if you haven’t bought your bulbs already, you’d better act fast! Most bulbs will be gone by early December. The good news is, right now many bulb suppliers are discounting their bulbs, so you can get a deal.

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Bourbon and Boweties: Made by Proud Southern Hands

If you haven’t seen Bourbon and Boweties bangles in a store yet, you probably will soon. These stunning bracelets are each individually “made by proud southern hands” in Florida, the home state of designer and owner Carley Ochs. They offer a unique statement piece to complete any outfit, and there is a perfect bangle for every occasion. In my own experience, […]

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Tailgate Giveaway, Week 13: $300 from Feed the Party

  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! With holiday shopping, travel and the season’s last few games, this time of year can become hectic before you know it. For weeks when […]

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A Brisket Missionary Is Coming to the Carolinas

For most South Carolinians, barbecue means one thing and one thing only: pork cooked low and slow over wood coals. They quibble over doctrinal details, like whether it should be made from whole hog or just the shoulders and whether it’s best dressed in a fiery vinegar-and-pepper sauce or the vivid yellow mustard-based kind.

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Thanksgiving Hotline Tip: Turkey For a Small Crowd

Together, let’s make Thanksgiving easy and memorable. The Southern Living Test Kitchen Hotline is open all of November to answer any of your questions. Just call us at 800/366-4712 ext. 66531 or e-mail us at testkitchen@timeinc.com. You can even tag your question on Facebook and Twitter with #SLhotline. We’ll be sharing our best tips all month long here on The […]

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Charm School: Dealing With Dietary Restrictions During The Holidays

In the South, good manners are passed down like a treasured family recipe for pecan pie. However, unlike the formula for a favorite after-dinner treat, guidelines to being well-mannered are changing with the times. With the abundance of social gatherings the holidays bring, many of our etiquette conundrums surface, and we are left feeling confused about how to be a gracious host or guest. Each week during the holiday […]

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Thanksgiving Hotline Tip: Turkey Carving Tips

Together, let’s make Thanksgiving easy and memorable. The Southern Living Test Kitchen Hotline is open all of November to answer any of your questions. Just call us at 800/366-4712 ext. 66531 or e-mail us at testkitchen@timeinc.com. You can even tag your question on Facebook and Twitter with #SLhotline. We’ll be sharing our best tips all month long here on The […]

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Meet Robert Moss, Our New Contributing Barbecue Editor

Robert Moss, meet everybody. Everybody, Robert Moss. We couldn’t be more thrilled to have this English Ph.D. (from the University of South Carolina) and barbecue Ph.D. (from eating lots of barbecue) as our new barbecue contributing editor. The author of not one but two books on the subject– Barbecue: The History of an American Institution and the upcoming The Barbecue Lover’s Carolinas–will contribute to […]

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Five 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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Thanksgiving Hotline Tip: Make-Ahead Appetizers

Together, let’s make Thanksgiving easy and memorable. The Southern Living Test Kitchen Hotline is open all November long to answer any of your questions. Just call us at 800/366-4712 ext. 66531 or e-mail us testkitchen@timeinc.com. You can even tag your question on Facebook and Twitter with #SLhotline. We’ll be sharing our best tips all month long here on The Daily […]

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