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Sporting South

Finest Afield

When quail season winds down, an elite group of handlers who keep the bird dogs on point in the famed Red Hills hold a friendly competition to see who has the top dog

Recipe

Corn Pots de Crème

A sweet finish for any summer supper

Food & Drink

A Slice of Key Lime Pie History

The surprising secrets behind a Florida favorite

14 Slideshow

G&G Party Pics

B4 Weekend at Gasparilla Inn & Club

The 5th annual B4 weekend celebrating the four Bs —beach, beer, bourbon, and barbecue at Gasparilla Inn & Club.

Ask G&G

Line of Dissent

Lessons in heirloom tomato wars, Sunshine State bona fides, and the suitability of linen

Why We Love the Gulf

Old Florida Never Gets Old

One of the last true fish camps on the Florida Gulf coast beckons with a slower pace

Why We Love the Gulf

Get to Know Florida’s 30A

Meet three Panhandle beach towns with style to spare

Why We Love the Gulf

Jimmy Buffett Drinks Here

The Margaritaville mogul toasts the Gulf Coast bars he loves the most

Why We Love the Gulf

My Little Bayou: In Praise of the Backwaters

Some of the best parts of the Gulf? The inlets and channels leading to it

What's in Season

What’s in Season: Early Summer Blackberries

Cobble together a tempting dessert with early summer blackberries

12 Slideshow

G&G Party Pics

G&G Kickoff Party at UNwineD

A Southern garden party in Panama City Beach, Florida

Road Trip

Exploring Florida’s Overseas Highway (U.S. 1)

Head south—way south—for an unforgettable drive

Arts & Culture

A Tribute to Frida Kahlo, Gardener

Florida’s first solo exhibition of Kahlo’s work

Arts & Culture

Dave Barry’s Reasons To Cut Florida Some Slack

The Pulitzer Prize-winning humorist’s new book is a light-hearted look at the state’s strangeness

Arts & Culture

The Strong Southern Woman Behind a Plastics Empire

How Brownie Wise spread the Tupperware gospel in 1950s Florida

Arts & Culture

Snapshots from “Saints of Old Florida”

It doesn’t take much to have a great time along Florida’s Forgotten Coast

Sporting

The Plantation Broker

There’s no finer quail country than the Red Hills, 300,000 acres of longleaf and wiregrass and home to more than a hundred sprawling plantations. Who’d have thought a real estate broker would become its unofficial steward?

Food & Drink

Sour Orange Pie

The forgotten classic

Food & Drink

Gulf Coast Road Trip: Tallahassee to Mobile

A back-roads ramble in search of soul and seafood on the Gulf

Travel

Southern Road Trip: Bass Fishing in Florida

Casting for big bass in the Sunshine State