Christmas in the South
Saint Augustine, Florida
Despite the lack of very conventional Christmas-y weather, Florida has plenty of Christmas traditions all its own
When you share the fruits of your labor with someone, it means so much more than anything you could have bought
Baking Christmas cookies with your kids is a tradition they’ll cherish long—here’s an easy recipe for making your own Christmas-cookie magic
Whether it’s slapping pecans in a kugel or lighting a bonfire to guide in an alligator-drawn sleigh, there are few traditions that can’t be made a bit better by a dash of Southern charm
For many, Christmas morning is the most wonderful moment in the most wonderful time of the year. Why not top it off with a Christmas morning brunch to help you hold onto the warm and cozy just a bit longer?
Soft and sweet with just a hint of crumble, divinity is the Christmastime favorite in the South and well beyond.
Greenville, South Carolina
When Joel Roberts Poinsett, an American diplomat and botanist on assignment in Mexico, first sighted a roadside poinsettia in 1828, he immediately sent cuttings back to his greenhouse in Greenville. The rest is history.
Who needs electricity? Nobody lights up Christmas quite like the river folk of southern Louisiana