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Baking with Dessert Darling Dolester Miles

Earlier this year, Dolester Miles took home gold at the James Beard Foundation’s annual awards, where she was named the most Outstanding Pastry Chef...

What’s in Season in Louisiana: Winter Edition

As temperatures fall, it’s the perfect time to reach for those beautiful jewels of Louisiana’s Gulf Coast: oysters. Broiled, baked, fried, or raw—there’s no...

9 Gifts to Give from Southern Marsh

When it comes to holiday presents, we like to give gifts that are full of just as much character as the recipient. And that’s...

How Virginia chef, Ian Boden, connects family and food

Since his start in the food industry, Ian Boden’s motto has been to under-promise and over-deliver. Step inside his no-frills restaurant, The Shack, and...

Listen While You Cook: Solace Island from Penguin Random House Audio

As the cooler weather starts to settle in and we’re able cook up even more comforting dishes than usual, the Taste of the South...

Elena Rosemond-Hoerr of Biscuits and Such on Creating an Heirloom

By: Elena Rosemond-Hoerr  Growing up, there were always cast-iron skillets close at hand in my family’s kitchen— if not always one on the stove. My...

Seed Saving: Preserving the Heritage and Flavor of the South

There are few things southerners take more pride in our variety of produce. From heirloom tomatoes and juicy peaches to sweet Vidalia onions and...

5 Ways You Can Help Hurricane Florence Victims

Last week, Hurricane Florence hit coastal North Carolina and parts of South Carolina with heavy rain and record-breaking floodwaters. And though the storm has...

Dayspring Dairy: Making the South a Little Sweeter

Just seven years ago, Ana and Greg Kelly were living with their two children in the suburbs of Birmingham, Alabama. “He was a professional...

Our Favorite Game Day Eats For Saturdays in the South

In the south, tailgating is a sport in and of itself. Browse some of our favorite game day crowd pleasers and use them to create...