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Easy Nectarine Cobbler [RECIPE]

When I was 14 years old, I had one of the best summers of my life. For an entire month I went away to a Jewish sleep-a-way camp. 496 more words


Southern Chess Pie

This recipe is short, sweet and easy as pie. Too much? Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. Anyway, this is an additional recipe that is close to my heart and a great example of… 539 more words


Two New Ways to Love Okra: Roasted and Stewed

o, here in the South, basically everyone is born loving okra.

We fry it.

We pickle it.

We stew it in our gumbo.

We’d probably try to clean our teeth with it if there were ever a run on toothpaste. 456 more words


Southern Elegance: Hattie's Restaurant

I remember when I was a little girl, my grandmother and I would get all dressed up, in our finest dresses of course, hair done, fresh curls, pearls galore wrapped around our necks and wrist.   441 more words


Sylvain / New Orleans, LA

Housed in a 1796 three-story carriage house that was once home to the notorious French Quarter Madame, Aunt Rose Arnold who presided over her own Storyville brothel in the 1920’s. 89 more words


The Art of Southern Cuisine

As a native of the South, I understand all too well that some of the best cuisine to be found anywhere hails from my part of the country, an assertion which is backed up by the fact that some of the best cooks to be found live below the Mason-Dixon line. 2,146 more words

Guest Blog

elizabeth on 37th vs. the olde pink house

if you’ve ever desired to have an over-priced dinner crammed into a house that isn’t your own– i have the spot for you! elizabeth on 37th came highly recommended to us upon moving to savannah. 550 more words