Kimberly cooks up some kid-friendly eats after a visit to Ivey Cake in Nashville, Tenn. and returns to her kitchen with band-mate, Karen Fairchild and the Little Big Town kids for some sweet treats, as seen on Season 2 of Great American Country's Kimberly's Simply Southern.
When it opened in 1954, the Fontainebleau was the largest and most luxurious hotel in South Florida. Morris Lapidus, the hotel's architect, included signature features like a 17,000-square-foot lobby with a now legendary staircase to nowhere, six acres of formal gardens designed to replicate Versailles, and antique furnishings to authentically convey the hotel's French period theme. In 2008, the resort completed a $1 billion renovation and expansion. The resort's 1,504 guest rooms include 846 rooms and suites in the original buildings. The 37-story Tresor and 18-story Sorrento, two new luxury all-suite towers located at the south end of the property, have 658 junior, one- and two-bedroom suites.
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Baked Goat Cheese with Red Pepper Sauce
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Blue Spring State Park in Orange City, Fla.
This Volusia County park about an hour north of Orlando is a good introduction to Florida nature and among the best in the region for manatee watching. Marvel as the gentle creatures gather, seeking refuge from lower water temperatures in the winter months. The park is along the St. Johns River, which visitors may explore in canoes available for rent.
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Southern Barn Wedding
This sweet couple thought of every detail for their charming barn wedding in East Tennessee.
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Photo By: Alison Turner
Old Fourth Ward, Ponce City Market
The conversion of the Sears Building to Ponce City Market is one of Atlanta's most anticipated projects.
Handmade North Carolina: Worley's Lighting
Worley’s Lighting was founded in 2012 when designer Shelli decided to leave a desk job in pursuit of the creative career she had always wanted. Shelli started the business from scratch using her woodworking skills and predilection for great design to propel the brand forward. Today her collections of lighting and other home goods are inspired by clean lines, geometry and the high quality woods and brass that they're made from. Each piece is handmade by Shelli, her husband Seth and other family members in a woodworking studio and office in Rock Hill, SC, just outside of Charlotte. Their reclaimed Carolina Crepe Myrtle branch candle holders are featured in DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2015.
The Junk Gypsies decide to make a platform bed out of these wooden pallets for Archie's bedroom. Jolie hammers an additional support beam into the center of the pallets.