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In This Issue: November '18

Nov 05, 2018 12:07PM ● By Jason Huddle
Jason Huddle, Publisher

The holidays are always my favorite time of year. It’s a time for family and friends to remind each other that, despite their differences, there is still room in their hearts for each and every one of them. This month marks the beginning of that season. The weather is turning colder and turkeys are running for cover.

In the South, we know of no better way to celebrate than with food. From traditional turkeys to long-held family recipes, the holidays bring out the absolute best we have to offer in terms of culinary triumphs and entertaining. This issue is specifically dedicated to that purpose.

We’ve spoken with local catering experts about the latest trends for this year’s parties. We’ve also asked magazine staff and readers of this publication to contribute their own special recipes to help give you some fresh ideas as you plan your holiday menus.

Post-midterm elections, perhaps we can get back to focusing on the things that bind us together – like family, friendship and faith – rather than those things that would create separation among even the closest of friends. Take a moment to be thankful this month. Pause and enjoy the season. If we all can do that, maybe, just maybe, some of our hearts might grow three sizes and we’ll forget the trivial stuff of life that really doesn’t matter.


Gratefully yours,

Jason Huddle


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