ANNOUNCING

G&G’s Whole Hog Podcast

Listen to the brand new podcast from the editors and tastemakers of Garden & Gun


In honor of our 10th anniversary, we’re launching a brand new bi-weekly podcast, Garden & Gun’s Whole Hog. The show, hosted by John Huey, will explore the best of Southern culture, from must-hear music to where to find the best fried chicken.

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Latest Episodes:

 

Episode 5:
A Trip to S-Town, Alabama

We catch up with Brian Reed, the producer and host of S-Town to discuss his experience in the Alabama town and the making of this epic Southern story, then we’ll dissect the dialect and accents of S-Town‘s characters with linguistics professor Dr. Walt Wolfram, and chef Duane Nutter answers the question, “What’s for supper?”


Episode 4:
Tour Savannah with Author Bruce Feiler, Pastry Chef Cynthia Wong, and More

Author Bruce Feiler takes us back to his hometown of Savannah, Georgia, head into the kitchen with Charleston, South Carolina-based pasty chef Cynthia Wong, and G&G assistant editor Jed Portman shares his family’s secret for perfect fried chicken.


Episode 3:

A Spanish Ham Pilgrimage, Pit Bulls, Bluegrass, and More

Join us on a trip to Spain with John T. Edge and cure master Allan Benton, catch up with author and pit bull-lover Bronwen Dickey, and explore bluegrass’ new sound.


Premiere Episode, Part 2:
Steel Magnolias, Master Distiller Marianne Barnes, and a Delta Road Trip

We continue our conversation about the real story of Steel Magnolias with Julia Reed and Robert Harling, talk whiskey with master bourbon distiller Marianne Barnes, head out on a father-and-son road trip in the Mississippi Delta, and hear from some of country music’s newest outlaws.


Premiere Episode, Part 1:
Steel Magnolias, Bourbon Punch, and Roy Blount, Jr.

In our debut podcast episode, we’re celebrating ten years of Garden & Gun magazine with special guests Roy Blount, Jr., and editor in chief David DiBenedetto, a potent bourbon party punch, and part one of a conversation with Julia Reed and Robert Harling on three decades of Steel Magnolias.

 


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