The first Saturday of May is upon us and that can only mean one thing: the annual running of the roses. The Kentucky Derby is a quintessential Southern celebration, but you don’t have to cheer from the stands at Churchill Downs to revel in true Derby form. From libations to lawn games, grab your best hat and hit up any of […]
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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 […]
Southern Living‘s Taste of Charleston is happening this weekend and folks have traveled from all over to attend. Last night, we witnessed the Iron Chef competition in the Culinary Institute of Charleston’s kitchen, and our own Rebecca Lang was a judge!
Few Southern exports are more beloved than barbecue–besides the folks who smoke it. Meatopia is an annual New York City gathering of these carnivorous contemporaries (pitmasters, butchers, and meat-minded chefs) celebrating the consumption of cruelty-free, hormone-free and antibiotic-free meat.