Category: At the Table

Turn on the Light

by Mimi Montgomery photographs by Keith Isaacs If you walk down Hargett Street past The Architect bar, you may notice a single green light glowing above its door. It’s not a relic from a bygone era or an homage to The Great…

A Carolina Oyster Roast

by Charles Upchurch photographs by Jillian Clark Ostreophiles might say our primordial beginnings explain the bond between man and mollusk. Somehow, we made it out of the mud. After more than 500 million years, they’re still in it, anchored one to the…

Inspired by the hunt

Brunch by Jesma Reynolds photographs by Keith Isaacs Brunch. It’s a tradition most food historians agree is as old as the 19th-century English field sport of foxhunting. Today, brunch is a hearty midday meal perfect for gathering friends and family to linger…

Nose so bright

by Mimi Montgomery photographs by Missy McLamb Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: Who hasn’t empathized with that fabled creature of holiday lore at one point or another? Whether you were teased by the Dashers and Dancers of the playground or weren’t allowed to…

A punchy gathering

by Mimi Montgomery photographs by Keith Isaacs Holidays have always been an interesting time in my family’s household. My father embraces the months of November and December with the goofy spirit of a thousand Clark Griswolds, my aunts call with fierce interrogations…

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