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Garden & Gun’s Fried Chicken Bucket List

A state-by-state guide to the best birds in the South

Sporting

Southern Master: The Legend of Lefty

Even at ninety years old he can still outcast you—and then charm you with his trademark smile

Southern Masters

David Bates

How Dallas artist David Bates shook free of convention and rose to the top of the country’s art scene

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An Insider’s Guide to Panama City Beach

Where the fun never sets

Conservation

Tangled Up in Indigo

Since first encountering an indigo snake as a boy, the author has been haunted by this all-but-extinct vestige of the Southern wild, once as much a part of the landscape as the longleaf pine. For fifty years he has walked the woods in search of an indigo, with an eye to the ground and, at long last, a little help from perhaps the only group in the world trying to save them

Arts & Culture

The Katrina Class

A decade after Hurricane Katrina, we track the storm’s impact on some of its youngest victims

51 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

Garden & Gun’s Best Photos of 2019

Fifty of the most compelling images from the pages of G&G this year

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Garden & Gun’s Best Photos of 2020

Look through fifty of the best moments captured on the pages of G&G this year

Drinks

Sweet Tea: A Love Story

Why we’re all addicted to the sweet stuff

Food & Drink

The Ultimate Guide to Grits

Kernels of wisdom about one of the South’s fundamental foods

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Arts & Culture

Delivering ‘Deliverance’

Forty-five years after the publication of James Dickey’s acclaimed novel, an oral history of one of the most unforgettable Southern movies of all time

Editors Choice

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Food & Drink

Our Favorite Cast-Iron Recipes

In a Southern kitchen, the most cherished—and most often used—tool is a cast-iron skillet. Here are more than sixty recipes to put yours to good use

Food & Drink

Michael Twitty: The Antebellum Chef

Michael Twitty doesn’t just want you to know the history of Southern food. He wants you to taste it

Food & Drink

Texas Heat: A Hot Sauce Tour

Got a burning desire for scorching sauce? From Mexican salsa to old-school vinegar-pepper to brand-new international flavors, a spicy tour of Houston restaurants proves hot sauce in the South has never, been, well, hotter

Food & Drink

Cane Syrup: The Forgotten Harvest

Once a Southern staple, cane syrup has mostly fallen by the wayside. But for this diehard bunch in South Carolina, making it is just as much fun as tasting it

Arts & Culture

The Talented Mr. Toye

The strange story of how William Toye might have forged hundreds of paintings, deceived prominent art collectors, and created a scandal around one of Louisiana’s greatest folk artists

Garden & Gun in the News

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Food & Drink

Emeril Lagasse: The Big E

Before the TV shows, the cookware, “Bam!,” and the rest, Emeril Lagasse was a young chef taking over the venerable Commander’s Palace, the launching pad for a career that would change the food world forever. Now, with his first new New Orleans spot in nearly two decades, he’s back to doing what he really loves

Sporting

The Legend of Bo Whoop

More than sixty years ago, the South’s most famous shotgun went missing. Here’s the story of how it was found