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Where to Shoot Helice

By CJ LotzThe Sporting SouthOctober 30, 2014

The Southern sporting world’s new-kid-on-the-block is a shotgun sport with European roots called helice. Also known as ZZ, winged helice targets spin and dip erratically like live birds when propelled out of a launcher.

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Virginia is for Apple Lovers

By Elizabeth HutchisonGood EatsOctober 30, 2014

Pippin, York, Winesap, and Pink Lady—grab a bushel of Virginia apples while you still can. This weekend is officially last call for you-pickers at many Commonwealth orchards like Carter Mountain and Stribling. Even if you can’t make it to the field, there are plenty of other ways to savor fall’s sweetest flavor for weeks to come.

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Snapshots from the Southern Foodways Symposium in Oxford

By Jessica MischnerGood EatsOctober 29, 2014

In addition to the intellectual highlights of the 17th Annual Southern Foodways Symposium—talks on Hispanics in the kitchen by Randall Keenan, the importance of Mardi Gras Indians by Pableaux Johnson, the state of restaurant integration in Washington, DC, by Todd Kliman, and more—there was a nearly endless supply of soul-filling, pants-tightening meals and snacks, all set against the backdrop of a crystalline autumn weekend in Oxford, Mississippi. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the event.

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How to Use Black Walnuts

By Jed PortmanGood EatsOctober 28, 2014

“A lot of people will turn their noses up at black walnuts,” says chef John Shields, whose monthly dinners at Riverstead, a bed-and-breakfast in Chilhowie, Virginia, attract diners from as far afield as Washington, D.C., New York, and Chicago. “But I’ve learned to love them over the years. They get a bad rap, and I love showing off what they can be.”

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High Points from High Point

By Haskell HarrisBelle DecorOctober 27, 2014

Last week, designers, manufacturers, and retailers from around the world descended on tiny High Point, North Carolina, for the furniture market that’s held bi-annually in the Old North State. In addition to introductions of new wares by young Southern entrepreneurs and bold-faced name Southern interior designers, we also spotted a few distinct and very Southern trends. Here’s our report on what you can expect to see all the best-dressed homes wearing next year.

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