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On the Radar

New New England

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Wormsloe State Historic Site in Savannah is likely the city’s most iconic spot. It’s home to a dusty path lined by two rows of doleful oak trees.

Destinations

Georgia All Over

Touring the sensory experiences of a state that refuses to be neatly categorized.

In a Pickle

Outdoors

In a Pickle

Why pickleball is the feel-good game craze we all need right now.

How to Make the Perfect Cup of Italian Coffee

Food and Drink

How to Make the Perfect Cup of Italian Coffee

Unpacking the history, allure, and ways to use the humble Moka pot.

Woodstock, Vermont, the kind of village where the local convenience store sells artisanal jams, has its share of good food. But The Jackson House Inn, Carl and Linda Delnegro's charming 15-room Victorian, has raised the culinary bar even higher with a new chef, 27-year-old Graham Elliot Bowles. On our visit, he expertly slow-roasted a sea trout and served it with a silky, pungent cauliflower terrine; he placed a perfectly crisp farm quail over melted leeks folded into savory oatmeal. Dessert was from his wife, Valerie, the pastry chef, who only since arriving in Woodstock learned she had quite a way with chocolate cake. Lucky weekenders have no doubt already discovered this dining room—but it is officially no longer a secret: Bowles was just named one of Food & Wine's 10 Best New Chefs. Dinner, $110; rates, $195-$380. At 114-3 Senior Lane; 800-448-1890; www.jacksonhouse.com.

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