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Podcast by From the editors and tastemakers at Garden & Gun magazine.

Garden & Gun's Whole Hog From the editors and tastemakers at Garden & Gun magazine.

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 211 Ratings

Podcast by From the editors and tastemakers at Garden & Gun magazine.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
211 Ratings

211 Ratings

Ann from South Carolina ,

Darla Moore’s laugh

John and Darla have an old friends easy banter. I love how surprises her and makes her laugh. Great music especially on this podcast. It is one of the top two podcasts for me of the year. The other is WSJ’s Future of Everything on commercial fishing. Ms. Moore is an international treasure.

hodcast ,

More, please, and thank you!

My morning walks fly as I connect to the Southern voices of G&G’s acclaimed contributors - and there is no better moderator than John Huey! PLEASE post new 2018 episodes.

Secretly Southern ,

Most Episodes Intrigue, Some Miss the Mark

I’ve been a longtime subscriber of the magazine and jumped on the podcast bandwagon as soon as it was announced. The episodes seem at their best when showcasing music and food stories. Other episodes seem to struggle with structure and a narrative arc that is both compelling and satisfying. Of course, not every story is going to appeal to every listener; disappointing to me are when the episodes that I think I’m going to be the most interested in fall flat. Season 3’s Home is Where the Art is, for example, has a fascinating premise—how a small farm town is being revived/re-imagined—but only the last 10 minutes/two interviews have both substance and flow. There are *many* good episodes, which makes it all the more disappointing when different editing, or adding or removing a voice from the conversation, would have made all the difference.

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