Many of you probably think Grumpy hunts and devours live animals. Well, he used to, until his wife convinced him to eat a more healthy diet. So here is Grumpy’s new freshly planted salad garden. Not only will its leaves supply lots of Vitamins, minerals, and fiber, but unlike animals they will not struggle while being harvested.
Today, NPR produced a wonderful story on “field to garment” shops in the South, specifically shouting out the wonderful Billy Reid and Natalie Chanin. Great finds, NPR. While we’re at it, we’d love to shout out to an emerging force in the Alabama fashion world: Gina Locklear of Zkano, who just this year launched collaborations with both Reid and Chanin. Check out this […]
Every week, Caroline Wright creates simple, civilized recipes for Food52 that feed four for under $20, in under 20 minutes. Today: A one-dish pantry meal to usher you into fall.
The queen of turn-of-the-century mean, fictional character Violet Crawley may have turned her up her haughty British nose to Americans and other foreigners alike, but had she been introduced to the Vanderbilt family or their 10 square mile Southern estate she may have made an exception.
Did you see the video of the guy in Georgia who said police raided his home after they mistook the okra he was growing for marijuana? Okra doesn’t look like pot to me, but maybe it does to a cop hovering 60 feet above in a helicopter. Watch and enjoy!
The king of dirty is back. Beloved Southerner Mike Rowe, born and raised in Baltimore, premieres a spit-shined version of his bread-and-butter—television shining the spotlight on blue collar Americans who work hard for their money, usually in a unique setting—tonight (October 8, 9/8c) on CNN.
It’s been a bit since Lewis and Clark trekked westward to the Pacific Ocean, exploring our great country. After all, it’s been a while since there was much left to explore. So imagine the world’s surprise when The Huffington Post reported that hiker Jordan Liles discovered an entire town in the Smokies!
Supermodel and personality Niki Taylor is no stranger to a Southern autumn. After all, she was born in Fort Lauderdale and currently resides in Nashville. In this week’s installment of her YouTube video series, Niki tackles all things fall. From sweaters to coffee, she offers the best way to prepare for the cooler weather. Check out our exclusive preview below.