Stories from the Travel Issue (No. 6)

Photography By Lauren Weisenthal | Last Updated October 19, 2016
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man on boat eating food sailboat in the bahamas
The Travel Issue features stories that inspire wanderlust.

Below is a list of the recipes, articles and features found in our July/August 2016 print issue. You can also read it here in full.  

Travel in Style: Yield Design

Andrew Deming and Rachel Gant of Yield Design
Design is not a job, it's a perspective.

What's in Season

Beets with greens on gray background
Buying local requires seasonal thinking. Here's a list of the produce and seafood you'll find in season throughout the year in Northeast Florida.

Fly Fishing & Scratch Kitchens

table with food from blackfly restaurant
Local restauranteur brings together a love of fresh cooking and fly fishing.

For The Love of Goats

Conner Ann Waterman & Victoria Monronta holding goats
Spend a day at Long Hammock Organics farm with Ashley Leibe and her kids.

The Art of Campfire Cooking

There is nothing like campfire cooking to evoke the primal spirit. It is a reminder of our simplest needs of warmth, light and a means of cooking food to nourish our bodies.

The New Tiki

Tiki Bar Cocktails at the Flask and Cannon
Inspired by travel, today's tiki bars are keeping the "island" tradition alive.

Blueberry-Lavender Pop Tarts

Lavendar Blueberry Pop Tart
Always be prepared to head out on your next excursion by having some grab-and-go goodies on your checklist. These hand pies are perfect travel companions, as a fruit-filled breakfast on the go or a...

Word of Mouth

Whether you're a tourist or a traveler, meeting locals can lead to unexpected and authentic food discoveries.

Picnic Like a Pro: A Guide to Outdoor Dining

Dining outdoors can be just as easy as eating at home, if you plan ahead.

Picnic Potato Salad

potato salad
Have a bounty of basil from the garden? Add some to this salad for a new taste in an old favorite at summertime picnics.

Green Beans and Salsa Verde

green beans and salsa verde
The salsa, with its fresh herb flavor, is delicious on everything! It will keep for up to a week in the refrigerator.

Yakitori no Tare (Yakitori with Sauce)

yakitori no tare
These grilled chicken skewers are a popular street food in Japan, and make for an easy meal when cooking over a campfire. The sauce can be made ahead of time and stored in a squeeze bottle for...

Roadside Attractions: Iconic Florida Eateries

Eating fried food at the Yearling Restaurant
Take a day trip along the backroads of Florida to find these three iconic roadside eateries.

Feasting at Sea

boat at sea
Provisioning at sea offers tips and tricks that all land-lubbing home cooks could use.

Red Wheat Berry Salad

This salad features wheat berries, a nutty whole grain that has a chewy texture.

Off The Eaten Path: Cumberland Island

bee hives at greyfield inn
One doesn't have to go far from home for an epicurean adventure.

Sweet Potato Hash

sweet potato hash
This hash utilizes sweet potatoes, which have a long shelf life, and sautéed peppers and onions, which can be kept pre-cooked and frozen, ready to add to recipes. Enjoy this dish as a side for...

Boat-Style Saag Paneer

Boat-Style Saag Paneer
Indian-style vegetarian curries are easy to make in large batches and they freeze well. Traditional saag is often made with an Indian cheese called paneer, but soft Mexican frying queso or even chunks...

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