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Dining / 8.6.15

Sneak Peek: 2015 Brew ‘N’ Cue Georgia

Southern-style barbecue varies from state to state, sometimes city-to-city, and Southern natives love a good debate on whose barbecue style or sauce reigns supreme. This September, TLP celebrates the diversity of this cuisine with Brew ‘n’ Cue Showdown, an exclusive event part of Colonial Williamsburg’s Taste Tradition weekend. Pitmasters and brewers from four states will compete against […]

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Dining / 7.23.15

Meat as Muse

At the moment is a foretaste of Buxton Hall Barbecue, Elliott Moss’ long-awaited brick-and-mortar concept with restaurateur Meherwan Irani, owner of Chai Pani and MG Road Cocktail Lounge.

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Dining / 7.23.15

5 South Carolina
Hash Favorites

When he visits his homestate, Elliott Moss of Asheville’s Buxton Hall Barbecue searches out new places to try hash. Here are five of his South Carolina favorites.

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Travel / 7.17.15

Getaways in Virginia Wine Country

The steady growth of Virginia’s wine industry, as well as a new appreciation for the culinary treasures that thrive in area soil, are making this lush landscape an ever-more popular place to retreat whether in search of leisure, a bit of history, or simply an outstanding dining experience

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Beverages / 7.16.15

Potions by the Sea

Imbibing in Virginia Beach and Hampton Roads with Virginia Beach’s Josh Seaburg of Twist Martini & Associates and Karl Dornemann of Bardo Edibles + Elixirs.

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From the Magazine / 7.11.15

Eat a Peach

I can think of no other fruit that embodies summer in the South more than the peach. We all have our favorite recipes, though most would agree that doing as little to the fruit as possible usually yields the most satisfying results.

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