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  • Made in the South

    Cynthia Groseclose styled this beautiful story for Garden and Gun, shot by Tara Donne.  Craftmanship has always been a fine Southern tradition and these days it is more apparent than ever.  The newest generation is designing and building the most beautiful objects, the best of which are highlighted in this story. If you’re looking for […]

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  • Pecan Bacon Syrup

    Cynthia Groseclose styled this tart cover for Garden and Gun‘s latest issue, along with a story on late-summer sides, photographed by our favorite dashboard bobble-head Squire Fox.  For the record, I would just like to note that southern food has the most awesome recipes names.  Cast-iron charred corn. Turnips and greens in miso-ham broth.  Candied sweet […]

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  • Backyard Classics

    The best way to cook meat is over a fire.  Call us primitive, but nothing beats an open flame and smoky flavor. Food stylist Cynthia Groseclose went back to basics for these Cooking Light covers, shot by Barney Rubble.  I mean, Squire Fox.  So this weekend make sure to stock up on paper towels, because […]

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  • Cake Balls

    Is there a market for a cookbook based only on cake balls?  Obviously – because cake balls are awesome!  With Cynthia Groseclose cooking up these round and delicate little beauties, and Ed Gallagher providing props and comic relief, the pictures can only be described as scrumptious.  Shot by Sabra Krock, the book features delectable recipes […]

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  • Everything but the Pie

    Cynthia Groseclose knows better than anyone that there is always room for dessert.  I would even go so far as to say, it is a perfect way of describing her food styling.  Always room for something beautiful and sweet, in every dish.  Here, that style is on full display for Garden & Gun, with delicious […]

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  • Put ’em up!

    In the coldest months of winter, just imagine cracking open a jar of summer love to share with family and friends.  Cynthia Groseclose stocks up on fresh produce in this beautiful story on canning for Southern Living.  It is amazing how a little bit of preparation goes a long way, not just for meals but […]

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  • No Fuss Fish Fry

    Cynthia Groseclose knows that August is prime beach time – her Facebook profile is chock full of surf pictures.  Even her 5-year-old son is a ripper.  And take it from us Southerners, after a long day of lounging in the sun there is nothing better than fried fish and hush puppies with some sweet tea […]

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  • Just Ripe

    On the solstice, I always think of that quintessential summer taste: fresh tomatoes. Cynthia Groseclose styled these beauties for Southern Living, shot by the fine southern gentleman Iain Bagwell.  The only tough thing about tomatoes in the garden is that you have to sit there and wait for them to get just ripe.  Hoe them, […]

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  • Citrus

    Big Leo artists Hector Sanchez and Cynthia Groseclose teamed up for this sumptuous project on citrus (with fab design by Nicole Murtaugh!), coming to a mailbox near you.  There is nothing like that first moment of peeling an orange or cutting open a grapefruit – the smell of citrus instantly brightens any day.  We really […]