December 2012/January 2013

Best of the Sporting South

Made in the South Awards

2012 Home Category: Overall Winner

Two generations of artisan woodworkers
 create the perfect rocking chair

Made in the South Awards

2012 Style + Design Category

Dixie’s best in Home, Style + Design, Outdoors, and Food

Made in the South Awards

2012 Food Category

Dixie’s best in Home, Style + Design, Outdoors, and Food

Made in the South Awards

2013 Style & Design Category

A second-generation builder keeps the old-time banjo tradition alive

Anatomy of a Classic

Pork Sandwich with a Twist

An Indian riff on an iconic Southern sandwich: Southern-Style 
Pork Vindaloo 
with Cardamom Cornbread and 
Green Beans

What's in Season

What’s in Season: Southern Oysters

For a clean taste of the ocean, look for these Southern selects

End of the Line

A Taste of Home

Meet a chili dog made for radio

Good Dog

Hurricane Muffin

In the midst of a tempest, a layabout canine saves the day


New Orleans: The Big Speakeasy

Some of New Orleans' most inventive new restaurants are also its best-kept secrets

Food & Drink

Southern Soul’s Brunswick Stew Recipe

The South’s original hunt camp staple

17 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

Inside the Museum of Wonder

Explore Alabama’s most eclectic assortment of arts and artifacts

The High & the Low

Drink and Be Merry

A handy guide to surviving the holidays

Land & Conservation

The Gullah Woodsman: Bill Green

Deep in the South Carolina Lowcountry, Roger Pinckney sits down with Bill Green––huntsman, horse whisperer, chef, and dog trainer––to hear what he’s learned from a lifetime on the land they both love

13 Slideshow


A Photo Tour of Miami, Florida

A look at Miami’s Southern-fried Latin flavor

City Portrait

Meet the Locals: Miami’s Darlin’s

Four residents giving the city some cultural cred

City Portrait

Exploring Miami

Sightseeing, shopping, and more in Miami

City Portrait

Vintage Miami

Cosmopolitan, edgy, never boring, this city has a way of sticking with you


An Alabama Marvel

Part shrine and part circus, the Museum of Wonder houses one of the South’s 
most eclectic assortments of art and artifacts


Horse Power: The Annual Sale at Keeneland

For twelve days each September, racing’s elite arrive in Lexington to bid on yearling Thoroughbreds

Fork in the Road

Richmond’s Roosevelt

The Roosevelt channels a Depression-era ethos into Southern riches