Pitmaster Pat Martin helps us turn our leftovers into something delicious!
Southern Food & Dining
If you are looking for new trends in dining or simply looking for the perfect weeknight meal for the family or person on the go, we're here to help. Each of our SB sister-cities highlights great dining trends in their city, and we compile some of their best right here on our main food and dining page. We also have recipes that are perfect as we know you are busy and only want the best. We're right there with you!
Before you board, snack on fare from locally owned restaurants in the Nashville International Airport. These nine eateries and brew spots, with locations throughout Music City, also offer a taste inside BNA so you can eat like a local before and after your flight. Image: Nashville International Airport
If you’re looking for some delicious new Thanksgiving recipe ideas, here are three tasty options, courtesy of Bailey Rae of Bailey Rae’s Kitchen.
From pies and sides to full entrées, we’ve put together a comprehensive list of Charlotte restaurants that are serving Thanksgiving in-house or to-go.
There’s a new dessert in town that layers pecan pie, pumpkin pie, apple upside-down cake, cinnamon buttercream icing and apple pie filling. It’s called PieCaken, and it’s the extreme dessert your meal needs for an unexpected taste explosion sure to be talked about long past the holidays.
When it comes time to raise a glass, here are a few fresh ideas to breathe new life into your seasonal cocktail menu.
This holiday season, visit one of Atlanta Community Food Bank’s Simple Abundance classes to prepare for upcoming cooking and entertaining with renowned Southern chefs. One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit ACFB, so this is an experience you can feel great supporting!
These new Southern restaurants come from key players in the industry – making them all the more anticipated! Check out these three new hotspots to grab a tasty meal!
Tired of having so many leftovers that inevitably get thrown out? Here are some tips to help eliminate food waste at Thanksgiving.
When the weather gets cold, that means it’s time for soup! This beef cabbage soup is easy to make and is both keto- and paleo-friendly. Enjoy!