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Coastal Living

Coastal Living January/February 2018

COASTAL LIVING captures the joy of life by the sea. Discover inspiring coastal home decorating ideas, dream destinations, fresh recipes and more. For annual or monthly subscriptions (on all platforms except iOS), your subscription will automatically renew and be charged to your provided payment method at the end of the term unless you choose to cancel. You may cancel at any time during your subscription in your account settings. If your provided payment method cannot be charged, we may terminate your subscription.

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king cake cocktail

Arrange green, purple, and yellow sanding sugars on a shallow plate, keeping the colors separate but touching, so a glass rim can be evenly coated in thirds in each color. Rub the rim of a rocks glass with a lemon wedge. Press rim in sugars until coated. Fill glass with 3 large ice cubes, and add 2 Tbsp. lemon juice, 3 Tbsp. (11/2 oz.) gold rum, 2 Tbsp. (1 oz.) spiced pecan syrup (such as El Guapo Bitters’s Creole orgeat), 1 Tbsp. (1/2 oz.) amaretto, and 2 dashes Peychaud bitters. Stir until well chilled, about 15 seconds. Garnish with edible flowers such as Persian violets, Johnny jump ups, or pansies, and a lemon peel strip. NOVEMBER 2017 WINNER Courtney Hogue Severna Park, MD Itsy Tipsy Cider Hogue says she played on the classic nursery rhyme to…

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make your move

MY NAME IS SID EVANS, and this is my first issue as the editor-in-chief of Coastal Living. In terms of my qualifications, let’s just say I love the coast. When my kids were little, we lived for a few years on Sullivan’s Island near Charleston, South Carolina, in an elevated wood-frame house with wide porches, haint blue ceilings, and a metal roof that would rattle during big rainstorms. We weren’t right on the beach, but we were close enough to hear the steady roar of the surf and catch the ocean breezes. Brown pelicans would ride the air currents just over the tops of the palmettos in our backyard. I’d never lived in a house so connected to the natural world. One of my favorite things to do on weekends…

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a dreamy day with jackie greaney in kennebunkport

KENNEBUNKPORT UNIFORM I live in Binghamton Knitting Company’s rollneck sweaters; you can purchase them at Dock Square Clothiers. Other essentials: worn-in jeans, a Barbour coat, and Ilse Jacobsen rubber boots. MORNING JOE perk up with the Maine Roast at Boulangerie. Located in a salvaged red barn, the from-scratch bakery also churns out piping-hot ham-and-cheese croissants. aproperbakery.com MUST-SHOP BOUTIQUES For something vintage, Camp Wool is an untapped gem, with local antiques such as old oyster tins. campwool.com At Found, everything is made in Maine. My favorite finds are the old-school leather-and-canvas Liza Hennessy totes. facebook.com/foundinkennebunkmaine DOG TROT My black Labrador, Poppy, always tags along. We stroll the quaint streets of historic Dock Square, where I reward her (almost-always) good behavior with a lobster-shaped cookie from Scalawags Pet Shop. scalawagsonline.com WORTH THE SPLURGE You’ll linger at local photographer Chris Becker’s airy…

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an artful day with teil duncan in charleston

CHARLESTON UNIFORM This is the unofficial capital of the sundress. You’ll always find me in a bright linen one. To give it some edge, I pair it with a Panama hat, fun sunglasses, and white sneakers. JUMP-START TO THE DAY I like to jog across Charleston’s iconic Ravenel Bridge. No matter how hot it is, you will get a nice breeze—not to mention unmatched views of the harbor. LUNCH BREAK Cru Café is in an old carriage house downtown, and is a Southern experience from start to finish. Order a sweet tea and the fried-green-tomato appetizer, and then move on to the soup of the day and a half-order of the shrimp BLT. If you don’t feel like you’re going to fall over stuffed, spring for a side of truffle fries. I promise they’re the…

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a polished day with nicole gibbons in the hamptons

HAMPTONS UNIFORM Think casual, polished, and a bit preppy. A pair of jeans and a classic white button-down paired with crisp leather sneakers is perfection. MORNING FARE I keep my breakfast light (to save room for amazing seafood!) and start with coffee and a doughnut from Grindstone. My favorite is the cinnamon-sugar. For more daring eaters, there are inventive flavors like matcha green tea with almonds. grindstone coffeeanddonuts.com MUST-SHOP BOUTIQUE Homenature is paradise for people who love neutrals. All of the furniture and accessories come in shades of beige, tan, and white, and are a fresh mix of beachy and modern. I never fail to leave with a few new tabletop pieces, like ceramic dinnerware or marble cutting boards. ART HISTORY At the Pollack-Krasner House, you can retrace the life and work of famed artist Jackson Pollack,…

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a mellow day with guy turland in venice beach

VENICE BEACH UNIFORM I wear colorful board shorts, a button-down shirt, and an Akubra hat. At night, I swap the board shorts for a pair of ripped jeans. MORNING FARE I spend a lot of time at Bondi Harvest, but I’ll visit The Butcher’s Daughter for a long black (espresso) and an açai bowl. thebutchersdaughter.com MUST-SHOP BOUTIQUES Abbot Kinney Boulevard is my place for a little retail therapy. The Stronghold sells great handmade hats. the-stronghold-online. myshopify.com And I like the stunning Japanese ceramics at Tortoise General Store. LUNCH BREAK Poke-Poke, a little Venice joint with a walk-up window, is always a fresh catch. I order the 16-ounce wasabi poke bowl with brown rice, and top it with hits of ginger, avocado, and macadamia nuts: delicious. poke-poke.com ADRENALINE RUSH Apart from surfing, one Venice activity that never gets old is…