Whether you’re an avowed foodie or, like most of us, just enjoy a great meal, there’s no shortage of inspiration to be found in the Southern culinary world. So much so, in fact, that we’re launching a brand new biweekly newsletter dedicated to all things Southern food: The Skillet. Just like our regular Talk of the South newsletter, it’s completely free and delivered right to your inbox.
For starters, you can expect more great recipes, both modern and vintage. And whether it’s talking seasonal ingredients with farmers and chefs, restaurant openings, dining events, the latest cookbooks, or our new favorite cocktails, we’ll keep you well fed and up to date with all kinds of tasty goodies.
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Count down to the Kentucky Derby with Garden & Gun as we celebrate Mint Julep Month throughout April
Boudin without Borders
Surrounded by cane fields and conch sausage in the French territory of Guadeloupe, New Orleans chef Donald Link dines his way through a Caribbean take on Creole cuisine
Food & Drink
Drummer, firefighter, mayor, chef—Eddie Hernandez has lived more lives than most. But the best way to understand the Atlantan’s past is by way of his South-meets-Mexico food
Arts & Culture
The South’s Most Glamorous Socialite
A new exhibition documents the life of Mona von Bismarck, a Kentucky-born international style icon whose greatest love—after fashion—was her garden
Back Porch Sessions
Back Porch Session: Del McCoury Band
Join us for a special in-office concert from the bluegrass masters
Home & Garden
Step Inside South Carolina’s Drayton Hall
Take a tour of the eighteenth-century estate of the Drayton family and the oldest unrestored historic site open to the public in America