Garden & Gun

Smothered with Love

Two women, bundled in puffy jackets, stand in the cold on the first true winter day in November. Beneath a backlit white sign that advertises po’boys, red beans and rice, and seafood dinners, under the eaves of a celadon brick building, they stamp their feet and peer through plate-glass windows painted with blue crabs and pink shrimp, waiting for one of the family members who work at Hurst Restaurant and Seafood to unbolt the front door and welcome the first lunch customers.

“I just found this place,” says one of the women, who

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Garden & Gun

Garden & Gun1 min lettiCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Bare Necessities
PARTLY INSPIRED BY THE 77,000 MILES OF BIODIVERSE RIVER systems flowing in Alabama, Katherine Tucker conceived Civil Stoneware’s minimalist tableware as an homage to the earth. Tiny decorative dishes, for instance, dubbed Little Cahaba Bowls, incorpo
Garden & Gun1 min letti
Sportsman’s Companion
When it comes to training gundogs, few are aspassionate—ormeticulous—as Zachary Kellerman. The founder of CedarOak Kennels in Southern Illinois,Kellermanhas devoted his career to the art of training, from his beginnings in the obedience world to runn
Garden & Gun1 min letti
The Stuff of Legend
“Being with Julian,” i.e., Julian P. Van Winkle III, whose bourbon “Pappy” you might have heard about, “made me think about craft in America,” writes the Mississippi-based journalist Wright Thompson in his new book, Pappyland: A Story of Family, Fine