Beer Mustard Vinaigrette with Chef Savannah of Twain’s Brewpub

Twain’s Brewpub & Billiards in Decatur, Georgia, recently cheers’ed to its 20th anniversary. And, the brewpub has plenty to celebrate. During its tenth year, Twain’s added a brewery to the mix and now has Chef Savannah Haseler helming the kitchen, creating Southern-meets-pub-food while using locally sourced products and creating almost everything in-house – including her own sausages. While working in a […]

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Hidden Wedding Venue Gems for Every Style in Virginia

Sponsored Advertising Content: Southern Living has partnered with Virginia.org to form a guest blogger network. Today’s post is provided by guest blogger Chelsea LaVere of Tidewater and Tulle. Check back every Monday and Thursday for new ways to explore the state of Virginia. Weddings are such beautiful celebrations, and those celebrations deserve the perfect setting! Whether a couple is looking for a laid-back casual […]

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Countdown to the Idea House: Welcome to The Town of Mt Laurel!

With only a few short months until the grand opening of the 2016 Idea House, we will be updating you weekly with behind-the-scenes sneak peeks and Q&As with the team. We are thrilled to introduce you to our 2016 Idea House developer: The Town of Mt Laurel! We chatted with Julianna Vance of Mt Laurel on what makes this community […]

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Win A Custom Stamp Plate From Three Designing Women

We love spring. With colorful gardens, warm sunshine, and breaking out our fun, floral dresses comes a desire for our environment to match our disposition. So, we turn to our homes. We redecorate, we add a new coat of paint, and we find a new way of organizing our cupboards from Pinterest.  Our homes are bright, clean, and ready for […]

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Here’s What to Do If You Accidentally Picked at Your Skin

  It happens to the best of us: you stare into your bathroom mirror with the intent of getting at just one tiny spot, only to emerge from your haze 30 minutes later to find that you’ve managed to pick at just about every pore on the surface of your face. Because we’re only human and there’s a 100% chance that we […]

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Early Airport Barbecue

The period between 1930 and 1960 saw a great flourishing of barbecue enterprises throughout the South, as one resourceful cook after another threw up a canvas tent or wooden stand and started selling slow-smoked meat wherever they saw potential customers. A few of these early restaurants stuck around and are still in business today (including the ones we profiled to celebrate Southern Living’s 50th […]

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The Breakers Palm Beach

My husband and I enjoyed an incredible and memorable trip to The Breakers a few years ago, and I’ve been longing to return and document this luxury hotel for you. The driveway leading up to the stately hotel is perfectly lined with massive palm trees, which immediately puts you at ease in the midst of this tropical scenery. Upon arrival, my friend and I […]

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Attention, Skimm’rs: theSkimm’s Upgrading Your Calendar

For almost four years, theSkimm has changed the way that we (specifically, a large chunk of young women and moms in the South) are consuming news. The daily service – which I was referred to by another happy Skimm’r – waltzes into my (and 3.5 million other) inbox(es) every morning with an easily-understood recap of yesterday’s news. But, now, theSkimm has decided to do […]

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Charlottesville’s Healthiest Spots

Sponsored Advertising Content: Southern Living has partnered with Virginia.org to form a guest blogger network. Today’s post is provided by guest blogger Kath Younger of Kath Eats Real Food. Check back every Monday and Thursday for new ways to explore the state of Virginia. As a Registered Dietitian living in Charlottesville, I better know where the most nutritious meals are. I love dining out, but […]

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Q&A With Designer Sandra Ericksen

Each week, we’re bringing you top tips, favorite products, and Q&A’s with the designers in our Coastal Living and Southern Living Designer Network. Charleston, SC designer Sandra Ericksen lets us in on what she’s loving right now, who inspires her most, and what every Southern home should have. SL: How would you describe your decorating style? SE: My own home is more […]

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