Postcards tagged: The South
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – On a culinary tour of Alabama, we get the lowdown on eats, sites, and genteel livin' from big-chef-around-town James Boyce.
U.S.A. – Whether you've got a pink Cadillac, a little deuce coupe, or a Chrysler that's as big as a whale — hit the road, Jack.
PALMETTO, GA – You were the place that my locavore-preaching foodie friends, crickets-worshipping writer friends, and boonies-craving city friends could agree on.
HOUSTON, Texas – What began as my wary, stubborn, New York-centric attitude has turned into an open, loving embrace and endorsement of H-Town. See? I'm already using the local lingo.
CHARLESTON – Plenty of charm and history this side of town. Find it all with a hefty dose of Southern hospitality.
BLACKSBURG, Virgnia – A Virginia Tech student fills us in on where to eat hush puppies, hike, and hang out on the cheap.
NASHVILLE – Family dinner is Hattie B's for off-the-chart hot chicken or Martin's BBQ, because, simply, it's the best in town.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – The guy in the test kitchen was eventually quit to open Saw's barbecue. "Saw" was his nickname, which stands for sorry-ass wuss. His ribs are amazing.
ALABAMA – Adding delicious insult to pleasurable injury, the baked potato topped with smoked turkey and cheese terrified the table with its heft.
THE SOUTH – The Great Smokies, banjos, nature preserves, and America's Beer City, all just a weekend away.