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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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Articles from - March / April 2013 Issue

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Sweet Reward

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The Band Perry

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Blooming Wild

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The Modern Farmer

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Camellia Cafe ~ A quaint cafe Fairhope Cafe

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Stocking The Fire

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468 HOLES OF ULTIMATE MEDAL PLAY

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