August/September 2014: Southern Food

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Food
Kim Severson

Forgo the fry basket in favor of salt-baked shellfish dipped in tangy comeback sauce

Food
Jessica Mischner and Jed Portman

Award-winning chef Chris Shepherd shares a recipe that was born out of leftovers

Food
Jessica Mischner and Jed Portman

Chef Travis Milton shares a recipe for an old-fashioned dessert

Food
Jessica Mischner and Jed Portman

Chef Ouita Michel serves a versatile version of an Appalachian classic

Food
Jessica Mischner and Jed Portman

Chef BJ Dennis combines two staples of Gullah/Geechee cuisine to create a classic Lowcountry dish

Food

A Southern-style appetizer

Food
Jed Portman

A Lowcountry chef takes his charcuterie obsession to the next level

Food
Jonathan Miles

Reclaiming the integrity of the frozen drink

Food
Matt Lee and Ted Lee

A beach-loving plant that has chefs going wild

Food
Jamie Gnazzo

A crop of fresh establishments that will be making noise—and good food—this fall

Food

A savory recipe from food writer Belinda Ellis

Food
Rick Bragg

For many Southerners, nothing goes quite as well with summer as a fresh grouper sandwich. But these days finding the real thing can be hit or miss

Food
John Kessler

Whether you’re craving corned beef hash, quail and eggs, or just need a hangover cure—stat—we’ve scoured the South for the best places to get the day started right

Food

This summer, beat your basic G&T with this pre-Prohibition libation from the pros at Holeman & Finch

Food
Kim Severson

The value of the table in the digital age

Food

These twenty-six people, places, and ingredients are changing the way we eat right now.

Food
Jessica Mischner and Jed Portman

Four recipes from Southern chefs keeping the cast-iron tradition alive

Food
Adam Sachs

After leaving his post at Blackberry Farm, the chef is back with two Blue Ridge restaurants and visions of a new kind of Foothills Cuisine

Music
Matt Hendrickson

The Nashville band put their own stamp on the city's food scene

Home & Garden
Allison Glock

Three young women return to their roots—and the family farm—and in the process find that the old ways are sometimes still the best ways

Home & Garden
Daniel Wallace

Opening a small-town restaurant was chef Vivian Howard's first leap of faith. Her second? The one-of-a-kind farmhouse she now calls home

Home & Garden
Hanna Raskin

For a chef and his bride, good food and close friends are the recipe for a party to remember

Sporting Life
John Currence

From the kitchen to the baseball diamond, Calpurnia knew her way around a plate

Arts & Culture
Guy Martin

A Southern take on some of life's thornier food issues

Arts & Culture
Clyde Edgerton

Digging into the latest helping of a tasty series

Arts & Culture
Roy Blount Jr.

A side of the South in NYC?

Arts & Culture
Brett Anderson

The veteran front man of food TV, riffs about his Georgia roots, coconut cake, and the Allman Brothers

Arts & Culture
Julia Reed

Should the fine details of our final fiesta be left to someone else?

Arts & Culture
Jed Portman

Goings-on in the South and beyond

Travel
John T. Edge

In the city's sprawling exurbs, home to some 50,000 Korean immigrants, John T. Edge and musician Joe Kwon taste a new kind of Southern cooking

Travel
George Singleton

A South Carolina dive with one hell of a burger fuels a writer's appetite, and his imagination