Southern Living January/February 2021

SOUTHERN LIVING celebrates the legendary food, gracious homes, lush gardens, and distinct places that make the South unique. In every edition you’ll find dozens of recipes prepared in our famous test kitchens, guides to the best travel experiences, decorating ideas and inspiration, and gardening tips tailored specifically to your climate.

Land:
United States
Sprog:
English
Udgiver:
Meredith Operations Corporation
Frekvens:
Monthly
40,14 kr.(Inkl. moms)
160,80 kr.(Inkl. moms)
13 Udgivelser

i denne udgave

3 min
renovations

“A recipe is a story that ends with a good meal.”–PAT CONROY SOMETIMES I like to think of Southern Living as a home, and when you open the magazine, you’re walking through our front door. If we’re ready for company, as my mother would say, you ought to feel welcome right away. Maybe there are some pretty flowers on a table in the foyer, and you’re lured in by the smell of something delicious coming from the kitchen (like our German Chocolate Cake on page 93). The decorating isn’t fussy or pretentious but soulful, comfortable, and charming. It’s both familiar and fresh, a mix of the old and the new. I won’t belabor this metaphor any further, but our goal with every issue is not unlike that of a gracious Southern…

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1 min
behind the scenes

Jessica B. Harris NEW ORLEANS, LA Jessica B. Harris is a culinary historian and the author of 14 books, including those about the African diaspora (such as High on the Hog and Vintage Postcards from the African World) as well as the memoir My Soul Looks Back. In 2020, she received the James Beard Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Ann Taylor Pittman BIRMINGHAM, AL A Mississippi native, Ann Taylor Pittman is the author of the cookbook Everyday Whole Grains. For 20 years, she was an editor at Cooking Light magazine and is now a freelance food writer and recipe developer, combining her Southern sensibilities with a penchant for healthy eating. TOP TO BOTTOM: JOHN PINDERHUGHES; RANDY MAYOR…

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2 min
out of the blue

FROM THE Blue Ridge Mountains to the deep blue sea, Southerners are captivated by this color. In 2014, South Carolina artist Caroline Harper was too. “I had this dream to visit Japan and learn a technique called shibori, which is like tie-dye,” says Harper, who lives in Columbia. “That landed me on a silk and indigo farm outside Tokyo. From then on, I was hooked on fabric design—mostly on indigo.” Coincidentally, the natural dyes had a long history in her adopted home state (Harper is originally from France). First introduced here in the late 1600s, indigo was once one of South Carolina’s biggest cash crops. It also relied heavily on the labor of enslaved workers. “I wanted to bring the natural back to dyeing,” says Harper, “but I also hoped to…

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1 min
rainbow chard

It’s hard not to smile when you spot a bunch of rainbow chard with its emerald leaves and candy-colored stems. That’s why it’s odd that this vibrant, vitamin-packed vegetable isn’t as popular as collards or kale. The tender leaves cook as quickly as spinach but retain more texture, so they don’t wilt as much in the pan. The crunchy stems are tasty too. Quick Skillet Chard Remove stems from 1 lb. rainbow Swiss chard; chop into 1-inch pieces. Tear chard leaves into bite-size pieces. Heat 2 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil in a skillet over medium-high. Add 1 large garlic clove, sliced. Cook, stirring often, until starting to brown, about 2 minutes. Stir in chard stems. Cook, covered, until just tender, about 4 minutes. Stir in chard leaves, 1 tsp. chopped fresh oregano,…

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1 min
just add sunshine

HERE’S TO LOOKING on the sunny side. An assortment of juicy fruits is packed with beauty benefits such as illuminating complexions, boosting collagen production, and even lifting mood. (1) Bioré Brightening Exfoliating Scrub Clarifying dragon fruit balances skin’s moisture levels for a deep clean that won’t leave it feeling parched and fragile. $6; amazon.com (2) Glow Recipe Papaya Sorbet Enzyme Cleansing Balm Papaya enzymes and extract along with papaya seed oil offer soothing exfoliation that not only smooths skin but also leaves it hydrated and oh-so soft. $32; glowrecipe.com (3) Jergens Skin Smoothie Pink Grapefruit & Pomelo Scented Body Lotion This quenching formula gets rave reviews for its aromatherapy effects. The fresh fruit combo invigorates your senses from the first waft. $6; walmart.com (4) Briogeo Be Gentle, Be Kind Avocado + Kiwi Mega Moisture…

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5 min
broad strokes

“I WAS ALWAYS very creative as a child,” says painter and mixed-media artist Marianne Angeli Rodriguez (@marianneangelirodriguez). “My first dedication to making art was for my dad, who traveled a lot for work. I would give him a handmade card every time he left home to say just how much I loved and would miss him.” While her fondness for creativity remained a constant through her family’s intercontinental moves, Marianne’s journey to becoming a professional artist took several detours. She studied anthropology and communications in New York; worked in public relations; attended fashion-design school; visited Nairobi, Kenya, to teach sewing to a women’s HIV/AIDS collective; started jewelry and clothing lines; and moved to New Orleans, where she painted bridal and beauty illustrations for local magazines. “I was tired of working…

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