Of the cast of Southern Charm, Shep — or William Shepard Rose III, as he's more formally known — doesn't wear his wealthy boy status on his seersucker sleeve quite as prominently as, say, Whitney, but he's been flying pretty fast and loose with what it means to have family money and southern status
Charm your guests with a fabulous vintage look flour sack towel. For years, flour sack towels were the work horse of everyday kitchen life! Made of quality cotton from Egypt or India, this towel
Dipped to Death by Kelly Lane Quirky and highly entertaining, Dipped to Death provides a marvelous murder mystery, an intriguing cast and just the perfect amount of southern charm. http://tometender.blogspot.com/2018/03/dipped-to-death-by-kelly-lane.html
Iron Rail, Flair Front Steps, raised front porch and detail on the brick! Front door at dusk with cozy porch and white columns on New Orleans-inspired home. Designed by Kevin Harris Architect LLC. Photographed by Chipper Hatter.
love this old barn door, adds lots of character to any project.great idea to use a barn sliding door system in place of building in a pocket door. I'd use this in our small master bathroom. Great space saver with some characture
Beer Cheese and Mac Recipe : Damaris Phillips : Food Network
2 tb bacon grease 1 3/4 c self-rising white cornmeal 1 1/2 c full-fat buttermilk 1/4 c all-purpose flour 1/4 c vegetable oil Heat oven 450. Place bacon grease in cast iron skillet, place skillet in oven while it heats. Whisk cornmeal, flour. Stir in buttermilk, vegetable oil until smooth (creamy and pourable). Once skillet is hot, remove from oven, pour in the batter. Bake until cornbread is browned, 15 minutes. Run knife around edges of pan. Immediately turn out on cutting board, bottom up.