Once dubbed the prettiest little town in Virginia, Culpeper has a devotion to beauty that extends to food and drink. It is a place where old and new collide.
Chefs tend to get the credit, but ask them for the secret to their success and they’ll usually point to the ingredients – a cut of grass-fed beef dry-aged for months, an heirloom tomato lovingly grown until it’s sweeter than candy, the bread an old-world chef made with grains from local farmers.
by Katherine Hafner For too long our culture has worshiped the almighty cake. And while no one has a problem with a well-made treat of the chocolate or carrot variety, it’s well past time we celebrate the complexities and delights of the humble pie. Here are three options in our region. Enjoy. Proper Pie Co.…
by Josh Seaburg It’s a good time for cocktails in our state’s capital. Although Richmond has a rich drinking history dating back more than two centuries, over the past few years there’s been an explosion of quality quaffs in the city. As a result, there’s a daunting number of places to get a delicious drink.…
The kitschy creative genius behind restaurants like The Dumbwaiter in Norfolk and Cowboy Syd’s in Newport News says his so-called retirement was just a trial run.
Courtney Hampson is the vice president of marketing for Palmetto Bluff, a conservation-based resort community in South Carolina’s Lowcountry. The 20,000-acre spread is known for its beautiful river views, diverse wildlife and sporting lifestyle.
Greg White builds drinks from unique and often homemade ingredients as the bar manager for Town Center Cold Pressed Roastery in Norfolk.
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Plus the hottest hot sauce, rise of hard seltzers and a throwback to the culinary heyday of Colley Avenue.