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Southern Cast Iron January/February 2019

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From skillet suppers to classic sides, Dutch oven dinners to mouthwatering pies, Southern Cast Iron delivers the beloved flavors of classic home cooking. Southern Cast Iron highlights unique collectibles, shares tips for caring for your favorite pans, and gives in-depth stories of collectors, chefs, and foundries. Take a look inside the world of cast-iron cooking and history. Beautifully photographed and printed on high-quality paper, it’s a magazine to share with friends and family, and return to each time you pull your favorite skillet out of the cupboard.

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United States
Hoffman Media
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2 min.
cooking up comfort

What I’ve learned fr om th is issue: Covering the entire pot of French onion soup in cheesy bread is genius. PAGE 37 There’s much more to skillet breads than dinner rolls and cornbread. PAGE 39 With a few variations of noodles and cheese, the mac and cheese possibilities are endless. PAGE 73 You don’t need separate skillets for sweet and savory foods—but you might still want to have them. PAGE 103 When chilly weather finally creeps into the South, the hearty foods we’ve craved all year finally re-emerge from recipe boxes and tattered cookbooks to ward off the cold and bring warmth and comfort. This season always inspires me to reconnect with cozy family traditions, and for me, that means getting in the kitchen and cooking up the classics—and the recipes filling this issue…

2 min.
explore and unwind on island time

IF YOU FEEL LIKE YOU NEED AN ESCAPE after the hustle and bustle of the holidays, it may just be that a trip to the Lowcountry is calling your name. From the moment you arrive on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, you’re in for an unforgettable experience filled with luxury, wildlife, a bounty of outdoor activities, and one-of-a-kind culinary journeys. Whether you’re planning a reunion trip with your closest girlfriends, a mother-daughter getaway, or a celebratory outing for someone special in your life, the island leaves nothing to be desired. Take a deep exhale and be captivated by the beams of sunshine, miles of coastline, and cool breezes coming off the water. To experience the best cuisine the island has to offer, plan to indulge in the many activities of the…

1 min.
8-inch skillet smithey ironware

This young company has quickly caught the attention of cast iron collectors and enthusiasts alike. Smithey’s vision was born of owner Isaac Morton’s study and restoration of old, mistreated cast-iron cookware. Now, the company re-creates the quality of those treasured vintage pans using modern, innovative methods to form new products like this beautifully finished 8-inch skillet, perfectly sized for eggs and your favorite single-serving omelets. The gently sloped sides make flipping and serving a breeze. $100; smitheyironware.com Served in Cast Iron BIRD & BONE MIAMI, FLORIDA Charred corn on the cob and smoky bacon bits make this decadent cornbread one appetizer you won’t want to pass up. @birdandbonemia LAZY DOG RESTAURANT & BAR PLANO, TEXAS Smothered in a thick, rich chicken sausage gravy, this warm butter milk biscuit makes waking up for brunch a little easier. @lazydogrestaurants PUCKETT’S…

1 min.
tastes & tools

1. IZARD CHOCOLATE AND CARAMELS As Arkansas’s first and only producer of bean-to-bar chocolate, Izard Chocolate has become a delicious Southern staple. Now, this Little Rock hotspot has expanded their offerings to include deliciously chewy soft caramels. $8–$12 each; izardchocolate.com 2. FORT REMINGTON WOOD SPOONS Handcrafted from cherry wood native to central Florida, these utensils are the perfect accessory to all your wintry soups and stews. There are even several specialized options made just for left-handed cooks. $15–$32 each; fortremington.com 3. BLACKBERRY PATCH GIFT CRATE Based in Thomasville, Georgia, Blackberry Patch has been creating top-quality products for decades. We especially love these sweet and savory satsuma spreads slathered on buttery biscuits. $19.95 for set of 3 jars; blackberrypatch.com CHECK IT OUT For your calendar and taste buds HILTON HEAD ISLAND SEAFOOD FESTIVAL HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA FEBRUARY 18-24 If…

5 min.
mosquito supper club

An intimate crowd of two dozen gathers in a small yellow Cajun cottage on a balmy Louisiana Saturday night. Fading light flickers through paned windows as reserved whispers become roaring laughter over steaming cast-iron pots of rich seafood gumbos, crispy boulettes, and Mason jars filled with Pop Rouge ice cream and fruity dumplings. Friends are made and stories are shared, but the best one of all is told with each scrumptious bite. It’s a story of early morning casts into the Gulf and long hours spent tilling land and praying for rain. For founder and chef Melissa Martin, Mosquito Supper Club is also the story of her upbringing and the traditions she’s working to preserve. “It’s about celebrating fishermen and farmers and this sustainable life,” Melissa explains. “That’s my life’s work:…

3 min.
unwind and feed your soul in louisiana.

Start your morning out on one of Louisiana’s many beautiful waterways. Find solace as you kayak among the large, buttressed bald cypress and tupelo trees in the bayous. Or create memories that become your next big fishing story, catching largemouth bass and catfish in one of Louisiana’s 32 major lakes. Or tour the scenic marshes and diverse landscape from the seat of an airboat as you speed through the water. For lunch, there’s no better indulgence than five heaping pounds of fresh, spicy crawfish and a cold brew from one of our 29 local breweries. Spend the afternoon diving into the rich culture of the region, from mossy oak-adorned estates and 200-year-old homes to haunted historic hotels. Explore one of the 22 picturesque state parks, immerse yourself in local events at…