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Southern Pantry: Lindera Farms Vinegars

By Jed PortmanGood EatsJanuary 28, 2015

Dine at Per Se, one of the best-known restaurants in New York City, and you could taste a splash of the Old Dominion on your plate. That same Lindera Farms vinegar might grace dishes at any number of restaurants below the Mason-Dixon line: Minibar in Washington, D.C., Husk in Charleston, or Rhubarb in Asheville, to list just a few prominent examples.

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Social Media, Southern Style: The Peak of Chic

By Haskell HarrisBelle DecorJanuary 27, 2015

“Southern style has always been relevant,” says Atlanta-based blogger Jennifer Boles, of The Peak of Chic. “It melds the best of the past with what’s new and modern today. It is rooted in history, yet updated for our modern way of living. I think that sense of nostalgia is always appealing.”

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G&G Party Pics

Photo galleries from the latest G&G Happenings. 

My Town: Celerie Kemble's Palm Beach, Florida

By Elizabeth HutchisonBelow the LineJanuary 23, 2015

Interior designer and 2014 Made in the South Awards judge Celerie Kemble was born and raised in Palm Beach, Florida. A principal in Kemble Interiors, the design firm founded by her mother, Mimi McMakin, who still calls the island home, Kemble splits her time between New York City and the Florida isle, retreating to the Southern beach town and its slower pace whenever she can manage. “For me, the island is about a stripping down of action,” says Kemble. When she’s not relaxing at home with her family, though, here’s where you’ll find her:

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Social Media, Southern Style: Brothers and Craft

By Haskell HarrisBelle DecorJanuary 21, 2015

Last week, we widened our social media circle—and yours—with a profile on food blogger Beth Kirby. This week, meet the brothers behind the men’s style blog Brothers and Craft: Tennessee natives Kirk, Zac, Ryan, and Clay Chambers.

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Celebrate Mardi Gras

Everything you need to know before heading down to New Orleans

First Listen: Andrew Combs' "Nothing to Lose"

By The EditorsSouthern SoundsJanuary 20, 2015

Nashville, Tennessee, has long been home to talented singers and songwriters, so naturally musician Andrew Combs fits right in. The Texas native's sophomore album All These Dreams will be released March 3, but you can have a listen to the track “Nothing to Lose” now exclusively here. 

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5 Unusual Barbecue Spots

By Jed PortmanGood EatsJanuary 16, 2015

In many circles, the mark of a great pit master is his—or her—ability to stick to tradition. For good reason, too. It’s hard to improve on hog cooked over real wood and dressed with a simple sauce. Across the South, though, are joints that dish up something different from the barbecue most of us know and love. Some of them are rogue defenders of their own styles, and others hold down distinctive but long-established corners of the barbecue world. They’re all worthy destinations for adventure-seeking lovers of smoked meats.

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First Listen: Blackberry Smoke's "Too High"

By The EditorsSouthern SoundsJanuary 13, 2015

Although the Allman Brothers Band played their last live show back in October, another hardworking band from Georgia continues to keep the Rambin'-Man traditions of Southern rock alive. Atlanta's Blackberry Smoke have played more than 250 shows a year since their inception back in 2000 cultivating a fiercely loyal fanbase along the way, including fellow musicians George Jones—who guested on the band's second album—Zac Brown, and Gregg Allman himself. The quintet's fourth studio album, Holding All the Roses comes out February 10, but you can hear the song "Too High"exclusively on G&G now. 

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Social Media, Southern Style: Local Milk

By Haskell HarrisBelle DecorJanuary 13, 2015

It’s fitting that Southerners have taken to social media; we’re naturally sociable folks who never meet strangers. We can—and frequently do—talk to anybody, swapping recipes, style resources, what-have-you. So it’s not a particularly big leap from that sort of socializing to scrolling through beautiful photography and inspiring ideas dreamed up by friends online. In that spirit, we're introducing you to some of our favorite Southerners in the social sphere this month.

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