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French Bliss: Atlanta’s Bread & Butterfly

Chef Billy Allin offers Atlantans a sparkling Parisian detour

Books

Sixty Years of Southern Food

An interview with writer John T. Edge about his new book, The Potlikker Papers

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Your Next Great Meal

In a rapidly diversifying South, Con Huevos showcases the promise of the decade to come

Food & Drink

On the Iberico Trail

For the acclaimed Tennessee cure master Allan Benton, a trip to Spain offers a taste of country ham’s past—and a vision of its future

Books

Jimmy Buffett: A Pirate at 70

The musician’s buoyant new biography sings

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Po’boy Riches

Overflowing sandwiches and a true taste of Louisiana love

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Nashville’s Josephine

Nashville’s Josephine cooks up a fresh take on the South and one hell of a whole bird

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Austin’s Olamaie

Proving there’s still plenty of new magic to be conjured from tried-and-true Southern flavors

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Prime Cuts

Chattanooga’s Main Street Meats is a carnivore’s nirvana

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Athen’s Seabear Oyster Bar

Georgia’s Seabear embodies the best of a new breed of oyster bar

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Middle East on Magazine

Deeply personal and profoundly good, Shaya offers a taste of a different New Orleans

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The Other Cuban Sammy

Miami’s contribution to burger culture, the frita may not have gone national yet. But it should

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Atlanta’s Gunshow

Chef Kevin Gillespie’s dim sum spin on fine dining is a force to be reckoned with

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A True Hole in the Wall

Oxford Canteen steps outside the dining-room box

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The Seoul of Atlanta

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

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Travel

Video: The Seoul of Atlanta

This is what happens when musician Joe Kwon and columnist John T. Edge explore the Korean influence in the exurbs of Atlanta

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Food & Drink

Discover Atlanta’s Seoul

A tour of the Korean influence in the exurbs of Atlanta

Arts & Culture

The Lunch Counter

Fifty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, a look at the past and promise of the most democratic restaurant space of all

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A Top Chef’s Next Course

Edward Lee lets loose and the flavors stand tall at Louisville’s MilkWood

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Tastes Like Home

Step into the living room and grab a plate of chicken