Pandemic Pepper Jelly

When anyone asks how I’m doing with the self isolation these days, my come back is that I’m putting the 19 in COVID-19. Pounds that is! I have literally eaten more carbs in one month than I’ve eaten all year. Mainly due to my husband being under stress with his medical job, and me noticing…

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French Toast

This has been an emotional time in America, and for South Walton too. With that, many people have taken to their kitchens, myself included. Not like I wasn’t already there, but I have been cooking a lot for my husband who is trying to limit his time between the medical office and the hospital where…

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7th Annual Tequila & Taco Fest

Who doesn’t love tacos? They are the main part of my food group, so there’s that! Seascape Towne Centre at Seascape Resort in Miramar Beach is hosting the 7th Annual Tequila & Taco Fest this weekend! Whoo Hoo! The Kick Off is March 6th with a party at Mezcal Mexican Grill at 6 pm, and…

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How To Boil Crawfish: The Complete Guide

  Crawfish. One of the food world’s blessings bestowed upon us. I’m thankful for whoever decided that it was a good idea to pull a creature from the mud, wash it off and eat it. Though called a crawfish or seafood boil, it is really more of a simmer and poach process. This allows the…

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Emeril Lagase Hosts Taste Of The Race February 28 in Seaside, Florida

The Seaside Neighborhood School is situated in the heart of 30A and the annual Seaside School Half Marathon & 5K is this public charter’s lifeblood. Funding from the race energizes the school and empowers participation in unique elective classes such as gardening, music, culinary and fine arts, an award winning robotics program, advanced placement classes as well…

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Southern Zipper Peas

Named Zipper Peas for the way the pod opens when the fibrous strand down its center is pulled, these peas are grown primarily in the southern states due to the warm climate. Freshly picked from their pods, zipper peas have a mild-flavor, are a great source of protein and a classic Southern comfort food. I…

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Best Southern Cornbread

  If you are looking for a delicious and truly Southern cornbread recipe, this is it! I think it is the best cornbread you’ll ever eat. With no wheat, flour or sugar, baked in a sizzling hot cast iron skillet seasoned with bacon fat for that golden brown crust, it is truly a favorite, especially…

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Harvest Wine & Food Festival October 24-26

It’s my favorite time of year at the beach, October! That means cooler temps (still waiting), smaller crowds, and lots of festivities! Following their most successful auction to date, Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation (DCWAF) has grand plans for the return of Harvest Wine & Food Festival to South Walton October 24-26 at WaterColor! Buy…

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2 Birds Cafe + Coffee

Tucked away inside Seascape’s new Town Centre is the ultimate coffee shop for bean and foodie aficionados, 2 Birds Coffee + Café. Locally owned and operated by South Louisiana natives turned DC Dwellers, Taylor and Jenifer Roberger were seeking a slower pace for their family when they made the move to the beach. Taylor said,…

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14th Annual Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation (DCWAF) April 26-28 + Sponsor Chuck Hutton Toyota

Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation (DCWAF) recently announced that Chuck Hutton Toyota will be the presenting sponsor of the 2019 auction. The Memphis-based dealership is the Foundation’s first presenting sponsor in the organization’s 14-year history. Currently ranked number three for the second consecutive year, DCWAF has been listed among the “Top Ten Wine Auctions in…

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