Sure, New England is pretty darn perfect when it comes to all things fall. But don’t count out Tennessee. There is plenty of fun and interesting ways to celebrate the season in the Volunteer State.
If you’ve never had Mississippi Mud Pie, you’re—pardon the pun—missing out. The dessert’s history dates back to the ’70s, and is believed to be a variation of Mississippi Mud Cake. The term “Mississippi Mud” originated in a 1927 song, and became slang for “chocolate pudding” shortly after. Today, while recipes vary slightly, it’s a beloved treat all around the country. However, if you really want the authentic experience, you have to eat it where it all began. See the best places to chow down on the sweet dessert below.
Have you been sitting inside for most of this year? How about planning a trip to visit a corn maze to adventure through? Here are some mazes to check out in the northeast area.
You can find pecan pie just about anywhere in the country. However, if you really want it done right, you have to head to Georgia. There are hundreds of restaurants serving it up, but here are a handful of our favorites.
There’s a museum for country, and one for rock ‘n roll, and hip-hop. But did you know that there was one completely dedicated to bluegrass music? Located about two hours southwest of Louisville, this incredible space celebrates all things banjo, mandolin, and upright bass.
Florida is great to visit any time of the year but there is something extra special in the air when it comes to fall time. Maybe it’s better weather or pumpkin-flavored everything at the local Farmers Markets. But one thing is for certain, you should plan a trip to experience the magic for yourself. Here are some ideas to get you started.
A longtime favorite vacation destination, Old Orchard Beach is a wonderful place to spend the summer—and the early days of fall as well. Take advantage of the final days of warm weather in this tranquil and family-friendly oceanfront paradise, which is about five hours from New York City and an hour and a half from Boston.
Some people consider Florida to be one of the more expensive states to live in. Maybe that’s because it’s home to many waterfront properties and Disney, of course. But don’t let that fool you into thinking a vacation to the Sunshine State has to break the bank. Because the truth is, there are many things to enjoy for free (or pretty close to it!). So, keep calm and read on. Here are some ideas to get you started.