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Five Ways to Celebrate Oyster Season

Celebrate the oyster season with our collection of recipes, festivals, and entertainment that will last you from October to May!

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Florida’s Stone Crab Season

Hailed for its flavor, the Florida stone crab captures Clearwater's community and dominates local fishing industry and the city's menus each stone crab season.

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In Season: Winter Citrus

Try incorporating winter citrus into savory dishes with tips from the team at GRIT uses satsumas, oranges, and grapefruits to add seasonal acidity to their menu

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Southern Chefs’ Hanukkah Table

Big feasts that go heavy on the oil and sweet treats make Hanukkah deliciously fun to celebrate. Try these Southern chefs' recipes to fuel the festival of light

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Our Most Popular Recipes in November

As readers prepared for holiday feasting, November sparked appetites for Thanksgiving turkey and sides along with roasted meat, gumbo, and fruit preserves.

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What’s In a Name: Oyster Dressing

Among all the iterations of dressing, bread mixed with sausage, mushrooms, and oysters yields a creation distinct to the coastal South: oyster dressing.

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What’s in Season: Watermelons

The history of the mighty melon can be traced back to Southern Africa, but today, there are more than 200 varieties of watermelon that are cultivated globally.

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What’s in Season: Strawberries

These fruits turn from white to pink to red in March throughout Georgia and The Carolina’s and travels north with the warm air into Virginia as the summer season progresses.

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What’s in Season: Asparagus

The emergence of asparagus from the soil has long been an event worth celebrating, which is exactly what we have been doing for more than 4000 years.

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What’s In Season: Winter Brassicas

A winter garden in the South is not complete without an abundance of greens.