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Cook the Book

Cook the Book: Praisesong for the Kitchen Ghosts

Crystal Wilkinson is a poet and a writer, and Praisesong is both a lovely and powerful literary work that identifies writing a cookbook as art.

Blair Dragon Columbia RutaSmith
In the Field

The Wandering Chef

Blair Machado and his Nomadic Supper Club pop up across the South bringing chefs, farmers, and diners together in unique pop-up experience.

Dining area at Costa
Dining Out

Costa

Inspired by the Amalfi coast, Costa brings an authentic taste of Italy to Charleston, South Carolina using farm-fresh ingredients.

A plate of fish being handed over with tomatoes
From the Magazine

Letter From the Editor: Our 2024 Restaurant Issue is Here

Explore standout new restaurants in each southern state reshaping Southern food culture in The Local Palate’s newest restaurant issue!

FPC Rhubarb
From the Magazine

Gumbo-fied

Chef Davis Taylor of Rhubarb in Asheville uses local produce to blend New Orleans and North Africa into green gumbo shakshuka.

Jeptha Creed Distillery barrel tasting room
On the Road

The Bluegrass Spirit | Listen

Along the rolling grass hills of the Bluegrass State, one writer visits three Kentucky distilleries specializing in bourbon.

burger and fried at HERD Provisions
Dining Out

HERD Provisions 

Farm to table gets an upgrade at HERD Provisions where chef Jeanne Oleksiak and Alec Bradford source their meats from their own farm.

Emily Heintz, founder of Sèchey
Southern Makers

Zero Proof Living with Sèchey and Target

TLP sits down with Emily Heintz to discuss the Sèchey and Target partnership and how they are spearheading the zero proof movement.

bees being tended to to make mead
Southern Makers

The ABCs of Mead | Listen

Managing Editor, Emily Havener, sets out to find mead, the world’s oldest fermented beverage, on Florida’s Forgotten Coast.

Worship Chaleka mixing a cocktail
The Riff

Mixing Up Wonderland with Worship Chaleka

Meet Worship Chaleka, the Charleston mixologist at Proof bar infusing whimsical wintery spirits with childhood memories.