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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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Culture / 6.18.15

Tampa Microbreweries to Try

Microbreweries, also referred to as craft breweries, are simply breweries that produce a small amount of beer. These brew houses, no matter where you are in the country, are often local favorites (and likely a beer of choice at most local bars, pubs, dives, or restaurants).  Bottom line, the trend of craft brewing isn’t going anywhere, […]

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Travel / 6.13.15 / by Hayley Phillips

The Great Gulf:
Eating along the Florida Panhandle

As I pass over the eastern end of Florida’s Choctawhatchee Bay and onto the barrier islands of South Walton, it strikes me immediately that this is not the Florida of my childhood vacations. Toward the middle of the island the foliage is dense and has what I imagine to be a prehistoric topography—slash pines lording […]

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Travel / 6.7.15 / by TLP Editors’ Desk

Road Trips: Six Essential Stops in Coastal Georgia

Spanish moss dripping from live oak trees as they bend over the road. Peeks of the Atlantic Ocean between sand dunes, a swipe of darker blue below the blue skies. Signs for “Peel N Eat Shrimp” and “Ice Cold Beverages.” This is coastal Georgia.

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News and Events / 3.31.15 / by Chris Chamberlain

Seven Ways that Hogs for the Cause is Different from Other BBQ Events

It seems you can’t swing a dead hog without hitting some sort of barbecue festival or competition in the South, but Hogs for the Cause held March 27-28, 2015 in New Orleans was definitely a pig of a different color. In just its seventh year, organizers Becker Hall and Rene Louapre have grown this massive […]

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