Seven authentic foods you must try when visiting the region.
There's no denying that the South has people from all walks of life, and just about all of them are friendly. Here are a few reasons why.
Whether you stay for a week or a month, you'll find affordable prices, stunning scenery, great food and friendly people.
If there are two things that all Americans love, it’s road trips and food.
Louisiana's Andouille Trail has more than 34 stops, each with some of the best andouille in the state.
Often seen as "comfort food," Southern food is a massive category that encompasses all kinds of mouthwatering dishes.
If you're looking for a life-changing vacation, the Deep South is where you want to be.
History comes alive in this land of nearly forgotten places, country churches, cinder block fish houses and abandoned sharecropper shacks.
From fried chicken to Mississippi Mud Pie, the Deep South has no shortage of regional dishes.
Tomato-based and usually containing various vegetables and meats, Brunswick Stew is said to have originated in either Brunswick, Georgia, or Brunswick County, Virginia. This Saturday, Georgia's second-largest coastal city honors its claim at the 13th annual Brunswick Rockin' Stewbilee.