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Southern Lady

May/June 2019

Southern Lady celebrates, delights, and inspires women who live in the South - and those who are simply Southern at heart. Every issue features home design inspiration, recipes, and elegant entertaining ideas, Southern travel destinations, fashion, and much more and now you can enjoy every single page on your tablet.

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Hoffman Media
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sincerely

Happy Mother’s Day! For me, the joy is twofold: not only is my mom still with us in her 90s, but I also get to revel in being a mother (and a grandmother) myself. While every year is special, my most vivid Mother’s Day memory is when my twin sons, Eric and Brian, had just been born. Seeing the two tiny preemies in the photo above takes me right back to those first precious weeks. I was sleep-deprived, like all new moms, but so incredibly happy. “WHO CAN FIND A VIRTUOUS WOMAN? FOR HER PRICE IS FAR ABOVE RUBIES.” PROVERBS 31:10Our Mother’s Day luncheon on page 83 pays tribute to the occasion in sentimental style. From family photos and vintage china to a menu of time-honored dishes, this lovely…

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hello, sunshine

One of my favorite times of year is back: porch season! I've never had a day that didn't get a little better in the shade of a veranda, with a hint of breeze and a glass of homemade blackberry lemonade (my go-to summer treat) in hand. The pink-and-green setup on page 79 is a little piece of porch heaven, especially that wide, cushioned swing. Can you envision a more winsome spot to stretch out with a book or indulge in an after-lunch nap?With outdoor living comes outdoor entertaining, and no one throws a porch-side get-together like a Southern lady. Texas author and talented hostess Denise Gee wrote a whole book on the tradition of alfresco fêtes (titled Porch Parties, aptly enough). She kindly shares her secrets on page 109,…

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what inspires you? we’d love to see—tag us in your photos!

Get a glimpse of the beautiful images our social media friends have shared with us, capturing their own inspiration from the pages of Southern Lady. Top row: Early hydrangeas from @jenniferjrossdesigns’s yard hint at the splendor of the season to come. A stunning tabletop by @smithsofdublin makes the perfect backdrop for a Mother’s Day toast. Swathed in pink linen, @goingforgrace’s freshly baked lavender scones look simply divine. Middle row: @hillheady is captivated by brilliant blooms, captured by @kdimeg_photo. Floral motifs and vivid colors make their grand debut in this setting by @lboriginals. Bottom row: We love how @thebrandedclover starts her morning with a delightful breakfast and a treasured issue of Southern Lady. Hydrangeas, window boxes, and bold shutters create a warm welcome in this shot by @catherinecornelissen. An alfresco…

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serenity by the sea

Nestled just between Charleston and Myrtle Beach and hidden from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the picturesque oceanside community of Pawleys Island creates the perfect opportunity to reconnect with loved ones while giving yourself a much-needed reboot.One of the oldest seaside destinations in the country, the four-mile-long island is completely uncommercialized and feels like a true step back in time. Lined with understated vacation homes, there are no grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants, or hotels, aside from two classic inns—the Sea View Inn and the Pelican Inn.The Sea View Inn features rustic rooms with relaxed décor and ocean views. All meals are included for those who don’t want to worry about cooking or driving, and the quaint atmosphere includes plenty of rocking chairs, a library, and a…

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baking a legacy

People come to Natchez, Mississippi, from all over the world to savor the city’s 300-year-old history and chef Regina Charboneau’s famous “biscuit love.” Celebrities like Steel Magnolias playwright Robert Harling, garden designer P. Allen Smith, and even Mick Jagger have all made regular sojourns to Regina’s 1830s home and bed-and-breakfast, Twin Oaks, for her beguiling company and her famous biscuits, a combination that segued into her latest endeavor: cooking classes.For 44 weeks out of the year, Regina invites travelers from the American Queen and American Duchess riverboats to learn how to bake her signature biscuits. Instead of kneading the dough by hand, she has devised an innovative technique for folding it with a tea towel. “[Passengers] come to me for an interactive biscuit lesson, rum punch, and a tour…

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regina’s natchez butter biscuits

MAKES 22 4 cups all-purpose flour¼ cup baking powder¼ cup sugar1¾ cups whole buttermilk, chilled1½ cups cold salted margarine, cut into 3-inch cubes½ cup cold salted butter, cut into ½-inch cubes 1. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, place flour, baking powder, and sugar; beat at low speed for 15 seconds. Add buttermilk, cold margarine, and cold butter, and beat for 10 seconds. (Do not overmix the dough. There will be large chunks of margarine in the dough—that is a good thing.) 2. Turn out dough onto a floured tea towel, and shape into a long vertical rectangle about 2 inches thick. (The dough will seem rough and messy in the beginning.) Using edges of towel, fold lower one-third of dough…

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