February 2011 Magazine

Features, recipes, and web exclusives from the February issue of Southern Living magazine.

Easy Chicken Pot Pies

Come in from the cold and rediscover an old-fashioned favorite chicken pot pie baked with a rich puff-pastry crust, or stir together a deliciously quick stovetop twist. more

February 2011 Recipes

Find recipes from the February 2011 issue of Southern Living magazine. more
healthy living | fitness

Pure Barre

These book club friends are getting toned with Pure Barre, a fitness trend designed to strengthen and tone the body to look like a dancer's. more
travel | south-east

The Scenic Route: Jacksonville to Daytona

Hug the coastline and sample old Florida charm along this scenic, salty road. more
travel | south-east

Visit Primland Resort and Spa

Hit the links or get the star treatment in the spa at this secluded Virginia mountaintop resort. more
healthy living | mind and body

Miss Texas's Big Blowout

Reigning Miss Texas Ashley Melnick and her hair stylist Jessica Weckherlin show how to transform tresses from flat to fabulous in four simple steps. more
travel | south-central

Meet the Musicians of Frenchmen Street

With a dozen world-class shows a night, the 600 block of Frenchmen Street is the song and soul of New Orleans, a city that has lived the blues and gave birth to jazz. more
home and garden | gardens

Windowsill Wonders

Camellias, pansies, and violas are flourishing now and are perfect for easy window displays. more
home and garden | gardens

Gardening Gloves For Every Task

Find the best glove for every job in your garden. Here are our picks for the task at hand. more
healthy living | mind and body

Find Your Signature, Southern Scent

We paired alluring perfumes with the South’s most iconic fragrances—from jasmine to magnolia blossom. more
home and garden | gardens

Get Winter Color Fast

Want sunny blooms in the winter? Plant winter jasmine. No more waiting for spring. more
home and garden | decorating

Real-Life Redo: A New Corner Office

An underused home office gets the ultimate promotion with added storage, organization, and style. more
home and garden | decorating

Let There Be White!

A dark and dingy Alabama rancher finally sees the light after a few minor structural changes and lots of white paint. more
food | how-to

Make Your Own New Orleans Beignets

Fry up these golden beignets just like they do in New Orleans. We show you how in just four easy steps. more
food | entertaining

Host Your Own Oyster Roast

Award-winning Charleston chef Mike Lata proves it's never too chilly for a party, especially with oysters at their peak. We'll tell you everything you need to know-from roasting to recipes-to host your own. more
food | holidays and occasions

Little Love Bites

Charm your sweeties this Valentine’s Day with confections such as our ultra-easy truffles, sparkly cookies, and chocolaty cherries. more
food | how-to

Easy Chicken Pot Pies

Come in from the cold and rediscover an old-fashioned favorite chicken pot pie baked with a rich puff-pastry crust, or stir together a deliciously quick stovetop twist. more
home and garden | decorating

Furniture Face-Lifts: Painting & Refinishing

Barb Blair, owner of Knack Studios shares her secrets for turning forgotten shabby furniture pieces into unforgettable focal points. more
home and garden | decorating

Furniture Face-Lifts

Amanda Brown, owner of Spruce Furniture Redesign Studio shares her secrets for transforming upholstered furniture castoffs into pretty pieces. more
home and garden | decorating

Restoring Outdoor Furniture

Cheryl Maeder-Antonio, owner of Gardenhouse outdoor furniture, shows how she transforms unkempt patio furnishings into fresh and bright outdoor accents. more