Southern Living Magazine - December 2023
Southern Living Magazine - December 2023
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In this issue
Deck the Palms
The Colony Hotel puts on a Christmas spectacular.
A Redbird Christmas
Fannie Flagg’s heartfelt story and our cover cake.
A Kentucky- Fried Hanukkah
Chef Sara Bradley draws from her Jewish heritage..
THE MAGIC OF MAYO
SURPRISING NEW WAYS TO LOVE THE SOUTH'S FAVORITE CONDIMENT
The Beauty of an Ordinary Biscuit
RETURNING TO THE HUMBLE ROOTS OF THIS BELOVED SOUTHERN PASTRY
WILLKOMMEN TO FREDERICKSBURG!
THE TEXAS HILL COUNTRY TOWN CELEBRATES MORE THAN 175 YEARS OF GERMAN HERITAGE
A PLACE in the COUNTRY
For the 2023 Southern Living Idea House, we followed winding roads to rural Tennessee, where we built a family farmhouse that embraces life in the slow lane
Texas Women on Fire
Meet the trailblazers redefining barbecue in the Lone Star State
The Glow of Bentonville
Pack your bags. Now's the best time of year to visit this Arkansas city where nature and art come together
Little House on the Lake
A California designer got serious about her crush on the South when she bought a sleepy Alabama cottage and revived it with her signature laid-back style
The Good Place
Thanks to a few twists of fate, a Texas architect found a getaway that couldn’t have been more perfect if she had designed it herself
The Sweet Home of Alabama
However the Tide turns, Tuscaloosa is a champion among college towns
The Caretakers of Lynchburg
The vibrant Virginia town was first defined by the river that runs alongside it. Now it's shaped by the people who call it home
From Ear to Ear
This weather reporter spreads the word about hearing loss
A More Welcoming Home
One former magazine editor rethinks her definition of an inviting space
Hedging Their Bets
Evergreen borders, snug spaces, and lots of pots help this small Alabama landscape live large
Nashville designer Stephanie Sabbe plans rooms with the family's messiest members in mind
Mixologist Joseph Stinchcomb leans on his roots and unique local ingredients to craft cocktails that suit the season
The Wonder of Dahlias
At her farm in Zionville, North Carolina, Lee Hemmings Carlton cultivates thousands of these brilliant blossoms
Catch of the Day
Lessons from a chef who loves to fish
CIRCLING BACK TO Boone
PLAYING TOURIST IN MY NORTH CAROLINA HOMETOWN
THE HOUSE WITH THE PINK DOORS
Birmingham stylist and designer Lindsey Ellis Beatty splashes every inch of her mid-century home with joyful color
Take To the Trees
How a Georgia couple turned a pandemic project into a business creating whimsical wooden forts
Make a Splash
Bring character to forgotten corners of the house with vibrant, unexpected touches
Good as Gold
This fifth-generation family farm in Georgia grows sunflowers to make award-winning cold-pressed oils beloved by chefs across the country
Slathered with spicy mayo, this decadent sandwich is the best way to celebrate soft-shell crab season
Good On Paper
When a stationery designer hosts a party, the tables are bound to get personal
With more visitors discovering Daufuskie Island, South Carolina, each year, the Lowcountry gem is focused on both sharing and protecting its unspoiled beaches, mystical marshlands, and rich Gullah culture
Socks, Underwear, and a Camaro
Requests, wishes, and dreams—all lost in the mail
Wild About Salmon
With finely chopped fish and no filler, these cakes are incredibly moist and delicious.
Luck Of The Leftovers
Turn extra Saint Patrick’s Day corned beef and cabbage into a hearty, homey one-pot soup.
Charleston architect Mary Mac Wilson transforms her circa-1890 Victorian into a home that flatters both its history and her love of contemporary design.
The Chariots Of My People
There’s no shifting gears when you’re loyal to a certain make and model.
Southern Living Magazine Description:
Publisher: Dotdash Meredith
Frequency: 9 Issues/Year
Southern Living is a lifestyle magazine that is aimed at readers in the Southern United States. It was founded in 1966 and is published by Birmingham, Alabama–based Southern Progress Corporation, a unit of IAC's Dotdash Meredith.
Southern Living magazine is known for its focus on Southern culture and traditions. The magazine features recipes for classic Southern dishes, as well as articles on Southern home décor, gardening, and travel. Southern Living magazine also features profiles of famous Southerners and stories about Southern history.
If you are interested in Southern culture, then Southern Living magazine is the magazine for you. Subscribe today and start exploring the best of the South!
Here are some of the things you can expect from Southern Living magazine:
* Recipes for classic Southern dishes
* Articles on Southern home décor, gardening, and travel
* Profiles of famous Southerners
* Stories about Southern history
* Beautiful photography of the Southern landscape
* A warm and inviting writing style
Southern Living magazine is a great resource for anyone who is interested in Southern culture. The magazine is well-written and informative, and it features some of the best lifestyle journalists in the business. If you are interested in Southern culture, then Southern Living magazine is a must-read.
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