Peter Frank Edwards

Food & Drink

Why do Southerners Eat Ham on Easter?

Debating Easter’s two mains: ham versus lamb

50 Slideshow

Garden & Gun’s Best Photos of 2020

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

Food & Drink

Easy as Pie Oven BBQ Ribs

An at-home hack for that hours-on-the-smoker flavor

Southern Heroes

Clay George: The Whale Watcher

The Georgia wildlife biologist and his team are on the front line of tracking endangered right whales

Food & Drink

Ten Must-Eat Dishes in Charleston

From an elegant seafood pilau to a sublime smothered pork chop, these dishes traverse the best of the city’s food culture


The Arts in Charleston Then and Now

Take in the best of the city’s arts scene, from tiny portraits to public murals to a new spot for jazz


A Tour of Charleston’s Boutique Shops

A variety of signature shops offer their own distinctive takes on Charleston charm

Land & Conservation

Get to Know Charleston’s Wild Side

Some of the city’s best assets are the ones that have been here thousands of years

Home & Garden

A Deeper Look at Charleston’s Historic Homes

The Holy City’s historic properties continue to impress, but many are also making strides at telling a fuller story

Food & Drink

A Southern Food Glossary

Cook like a Southerner, and speak like one too

In the Garden

Meet the King of Camellias

For forty-plus years, a Charleston horticulturist has nurtured historic camellias—including what’s most likely America’s oldest


Force of Nature: How Dr. Drew Lanham Is Changing Birding

The South Carolina ornithologist’s enthusiasm has brought the pursuit—and its connections to history and race—to a new audience


Fried Okra, Fried Green Tomatoes, & Fried Pickle Chips

The best ways to fry up your favorite Southern vegetables


On Chocolate Isle

Amid St. Lucia’s lush landscape, one boutique hotel is reviving the island’s centuries-old cocoa trade

Our Kind of Place

Cooper’s Country Store

Almost eight decades old, a rural South Carolina general store lives on

Fork in the Road

Puerto Rican Pig Pickin’

Our neighbors to the south know it as lechón. We call it barbecue. But there’s no language barrier when it comes to the joys of pit-cooked pork

Arts & Culture

On the Road with Peter Frank Edwards

Following along on assignment with a G&G photographer as he visits eleven cities in six days

Land & Conservation

Tall Timbers: In Search of the Wild Flush

innovative plan to restore wild quail populations throughout the South

City Portrait

Eating and Drinking in Bermuda

From kippers to cocktails, our picks for the best spots on the Rock


Fishing Therapy

Kamalame Cay may be the only fishing resort in the world that’s good for your body, your mind, and your marriage