ABOUT SOUTHERN LIVING
Southern Living celebrates the best of life in the South, both in our content and through publications and programs that enrich the lives of more than 15 million devoted readers.
In 1966, Southern Living was created to highlight the beauty and culture of the growing South. In the decades since its inception, Southern Living, published monthly, has become one of the largest lifestyle magazines in the country. With characteristic Southern hospitality, Southern Living is committed to sharing the region we love with our readers, no matter where they may live.
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SouthernLiving.com is the No. 1 online resource for people who love the Southern lifestyle. Created by a team of experts on Southern food, gardens, home design, travel, and healthy living, SouthernLiving.com is the ultimate insiders’ guide to one of the most intriguing regions of the country. Packed with actionable tips and ideas, plus videos, virtual tours, and other interactive content, it’s guaranteed to deliver the best of the South right to you.
Our email newsletter, delivered to your inbox weekly, is a handy one-stop guide to help you master every area of Southern life. You’ll receive recipes and menus for everyday and special events, home decorating ideas for any budget, tailored garden advice for your area, and travel suggestions for the South and beyond.
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OUR HUB WEBSITES
Southern Living also has two websites dedicated to the broad categories of food and home. MyRecipes.com offers 30,000 kitchen-tested recipes, including recipes from Southern Living and our sister brands. Our shelter content appears on MyHomeIdeas.com, which packages decorating ideas, gardening tips, and more into an ever-growing library of inspiration.
OUR KEY PROGRAMS AND PARTNERSHIPS
Southern Living is now on TV. Join Cyndi Edwards and Dave Nemeth of the Daytime TV show and learn more about your favorite Southern Living recipes and travel destinations. Each Wednesday, Southern Living dishes out quick and easy meal ideas from the famous Southern Living Test Kitchens. Then pack your bags with Cyndi and Dave and the Southern Living travel editors as we take you across the South showing the best places to eat, sleep, and have a good time, in a city near you.
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Southern Living Idea Houses
The Southern Living Idea House program started in 1989 as a way to truly bring the pages of Southern Living to life for its readers. The homes―three each year―are designed to be truly livable for today’s families and offer the chance to see Southern Living style up close. Each Idea House has its own unique style, influenced by the special flavor of the host city. A local builder, architect, interior designer, and landscape architect are chosen to make up the design team for each home.
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Southern Living Home Collection
Southern Living is pleased to annouce a growing collection of products inspired by the pages of the magazine. We currently have plants at select garden centers, a slipcover and rug collection available at retailers across the country, and a bedding collection.
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Southern Living Books
Every year we publish a Southern Living Annual Recipes cookbook that aggregates the hundreds of recipes featured in our magazine, each professionally tested and approved by our Test Kitchens. Additional book offerings include a wealth of specialized cookbooks, gardening and landscape books, decorating and holiday series, and more.
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ABOUT SOUTHERN PROGRESS CORPORATION
A leader in lifestyle information, Birmingham, Alabama-based Southern Progress Corporation publishes Southern Living, Cooking Light, Health, Coastal Living, Southern Accents, Cottage Living, and Sunset magazines, and books through Oxmoor House. SouthernLiving.com is part of a network of web sites including two portals, MyRecipes.com and MyHomeIdeas.com, as well as 10 individual websites. Southern Progress is a subsidiary of Time Inc.