October/November 2013: Southern Homes

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Food
Kim Severson

This crowd-pleasing casserole combines two Louisiana standards 

Food

A fall favorite from chef John Currence’s new cookbook

Food
John T. Edge

Bakery meets beer garden at the funky Easy Tiger

Food
Jonathan Miles

Making the case for Madeira, Dixie’s original drink 

Food
Jenny Everett

Two fall staples worth rediscovering

Food
Jenny Everett

These prized claws make a next-level party snack 

Music
Allison Glock

Best known as one-half of the folk duo Indigo Girls, the Georgia native is reaching back to her Southern roots

Music
Matt Hendrickson

With a new album and an old focus, the North Mississippi Allstars get back to blues basics 

Music
Beth Macy

A young duo’s quest to honor old-time mountain music

Home & Garden
Nic Brown

Now in his nineties, the mastermind behind the homes of Johnny Cash and other country music greats is still building some of the world’s most unusual houses

Home & Garden
Vanessa Gregory

An Alabama couple’s passion for Southern folk art

Home & Garden

Set your Thanksgiving table with the season’s most striking entertaining 
pieces, paired with foods full of Southern flavor 

Home & Garden
M.K. Quinlan and Haskell Harris

We've asked some of Dixie's most stylish folks to give us a tour of their favorite rooms

Home & Garden
John Kessler

With reclaimed wood, hand-punched tin, and a lot of love, a Georgia couple brings back the pie safe 

Sporting Life
Vanessa Gregory

Keeping up with one fleet-pawed pooch

Sporting Life
Jed Portman

One of the South’s earliest hunt clubs returns

Sporting Life
Geoffery Norman

For Ramin Jackson, training a gundog doesn’t start with shouting and shock collars. It starts with getting to know his pupil

Arts & Culture
Roy Blount Jr.

Do skin creams belong in the tackle box?

Arts & Culture
Daniel Wallace

Nearly thirty years ago, the artist discovered his muse in the Bahamas and since then he has remained true to the people, the place—and his incredible talent

Arts & Culture
Julia Reed

Sometimes what truly matters is what’s inside a home

Arts & Culture
Allison Glock

The Hollywood veteran lights up screens big and small this fall

Arts & Culture
Steve Russell

Goings-on in the South and beyond 

Travel
Guy Martin

From a hip joint in the Marigny to a bastion of tradition and excellence, Guy Martin reveals New Orleans’ soul, one dish at a time

Travel
Katie Crouch

Ever since the gold rush, folks with Dixie roots have called San Francisco home

Travel
Robert Hicks

A peek behind the walls into the enduring relevance of George 
Washington's home

Travel
Julia Reed

A Delta institution gets some much-needed love

Travel
Katie Crouch

The best of the city’s Dixie flavor