Taste of the South

Editor’s Letter


My face may be new to many of you, but I have been a part of the team for a few years. I have now been entrusted with leading this brand and providing delicious recipes and inspirational content for you, our most community, and I am so honored to contribute to your family’s meals. The past several months have certainly been a season of change for all of us. It has been uncertain and felt scary at times, but when the gray cloud seemed like it wouldn’t lift, I kept being inspired by the heart of Southern culture—and its food.

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