In January 2008, Gourmet Magazine published one of my all-time favorite pieces of writing. It’s by the iconic Edna Lewis, a masterful chef and author who, before she passed in 2006, many referred to as “the South’s answer to Julia Child.” If you’re looking for a reflective moment during this season of feasting and holiday tables, her essay, “What is Southern?” will hit the spot. Happy Thanksgiving from Wildsam.continue reading
Nashville designer Savannah Yarborough is bringing a bespoke leather touch to the Music City. “A leather jacket,” Savannah says, “is the only garment that truly gives a sense of power and confidence.” The founder of Atelier Savas, talking by phone from her studio in Pie Town, gave us the lowdown on how it all works.continue reading
In this new Wildsam digital story series, we’ll be tagging along with talented folks in cities we love. The catch: We asked them to describe the perfect 24 hours unplugged and away from work. We’re calling it DAY OFF.continue reading
“Because I play, I know the potential of an instrument."