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Squash Blossoms

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As summertime approaches, we start thinking about vacations, weekend trips, getaways, and getting outdoors. Alabamians are fortunate that life in Dixie is synonymous with all these things, and in this issue, we highlight some of our faves. In addition to our fabulous beaches, we found the Chief Ladiga Trail in northeast Alabama (page 42) to be a great excursion for outdoors enthusiasts of any activity level. Shooting sporting clays (page 60) at the luxurious Pursell Farms in Sylacauga was another big hit; their spin on traditional five-stand shooting offers a unique experience. Stroll through the villages of Mountain Brook (page 34) to enjoy a wide variety of shopping, dining, and playtime options; just be sure to give yourself plenty of time to take it all in. Pull up a table at one of Chef James Boyce’s six restaurants in the Rocket City (page 80), and celebrate at fun-filled festivals such as Jazz Fest in Alexander City (page 10) and The Blessing of the Fleet in Bayou La Batre (page 14). Whatever your fancy, we hope you’ll find some inspiration for your own adventures in these pages.

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Nature’s Nectar

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Springtime is upon us, and what a wonderful time of year! Everything is coming to life as the grass gets greener, the days get longer, and the flowers start to bloom. In this edition of Alabama Magazine, we examine flowers from an unconventional perspective—taste. Our feature story on edible flowers (page 66) shows how to incorporate the spring icons into your menu. We also take a look at the carnivorous Canebrake pitcher plant (page88), which is native to our very own seeps and bogs. We delve into the artistic core of our state, showcasing everything from the musical talent of The Band Perry (page 94) to the massive ceramics kiln known as “Fat Bastard” (page 60), the culinary talent of Chef Ryan Glass of the Camellia Cafe in Fairhope (page74), and the house savvy of Birmingham interior designer Richard Tubb (page40). Our trip to Gadsden (page 32) introduced us to a great weekend escape that offers plenty to see and do. We hope this isue will inspire you to discover even more of the springtime delights our beautiful state has to offer.

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Cheers

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In this issue we visit the Dungan family home to share their family traditions and holiday celebrations, and while it may be 80 degrees in the shade on Christmas Day, Alabamians are never short of holiday cheer. Our gift guide will spark the perfect idea for that special someone on your list. We offer non-traditional fare for a truly down-home Thanksgiving feast and give tips on how to find mistletoe to don your doorways.

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Back to Roots

Sept-Oct-2012

This issue focuses on the strong philanthropic spirit of Alabama. We also feature the 90-year legacy of Shaia’s menswear boutique in Homewood, Israel Partridge’s leap of faith in True Adventure
Sports, and Jim Reed’s desire to share his passion for books and collectibles.

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Sweet Summer

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In this issue of Alabama Magazine we visit one of the finest, Pepper Place in Birmingham, cookbook author and food blogger Christy Jordan may just be the new queen of Southern cooking, then we savor delicious tea and put dessert on a pedestal.

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Culinary Trendsetters

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In this issue, we celebrate the signs of spring with a story featuring vibrant azaleas. With the weather warming, we take to the water for the Dauphin Island Race. For Easter, we’ve included ways to incorporate all those surplus eggs into your menu.

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The Classic Quail Hunt

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In this issue of Alabama Magazine we spotlight Selma’s historic legacy and recent cultural developments. Our state’s spiritual heritage is traced in an article on the churches of the Hallelujah Trail. We browse boutiques from Fairhope to Mountain Brook.

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Pumpkin, it’s not just about the pie

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In this issue of Alabama magazine, we have creative pumpkin dishes that are decadently delicious, harvest basil for classic pesto, and Tasia Malakasis, owner of Belle Chevre, shares recipes showcasing her internationally acclaimed goat cheese.

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