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Get geared up for the holidays in the latest issue of Macon Magazine.

We have great recipes to make planning your Thanksgiving easier. We even include an overview of the history of dressing in our holiday meal mix. And while we’re on the subject of food, we’ve got some guys you need to meet who really know their way around a kitchen, not to mention a barbecue pit. Not to be missed is Brad Evans’ story on how to go whole hog. The native of Vienna, home of the Big Pig Jig, can get you fired up with great advice on how to barbecue the perfect pig, and have a great time while you’re doing it. At the other end of the spectrum, Keith Fitzgerald takes you through the steps of de-boning a chicken to produce a mouth-watering French dish of mushroom- and spinach-stuffed chicken. We also have another story on a fowl subject, taking a look at the growing trend of raising chickens in your own backyard. If you are looking to take your food and wine experience on the road, Kathy Hoskins leads us on a tour of Virginia wine country, with great insights that are sure to lift your spirits-literally and physically. But our October-November issue isn’t all about food. In another holiday vein, we offer a gift guide packed with great ideas to help you navigate holiday shopping. And there’s a history lesson with a fascinating story about Jerry Cowles, the man Macon has forgotten.


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About Us

Macon Magazine is an award-winning bi-monthly publication with more than 45,000 discriminating readers per issue. Macon Magazine emphasizes local history, arts and cultural events, homes and real estate developments plus the people and places that make Central Georgia unique.

We also publish Midstate – Your Guide to Living in Central Georgia. Published annually, Midstate is a comprehensive directory offering newcomers and visitors entertainment and leisure, education, arts and economic development information. Midstate is distributed throughout Central Georgia in chambers, banks, hospitals, colleges, realtor offices, local businesses and convention and visitor bureaus.

Publishers James and Jodi Palmer are married and have four children. They both are journalists who spent 20 years working for newspapers. They bought Macon Magazine in the Fall of 2000 and are committed to continuing the magazine's strong tradition of providing readers with useful, interesting stories about Macon and Central Georgia. The Palmers enjoy hearing from readers and encourage input for new story ideas and opinions about Macon Magazine. E-mail them at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (478) 746-7779.

 
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Submissions are closed for the 2012 Wedding Album, but you can view this special section in the February/March 2012 issue.


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