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And just like we’ve narrowed the field to eight! Today, we are saying goodbye to cornbread and shrimp & grits and red velvet cake (Amber’s championship pick). North Carolina’s darling Krispy Kreme donuts and my beloved sweet tea survive and advance to fight for the chance to make it to the final four! And don’t forget your vote counts! Pecan pie edged out red velvet cake by 5 sweet votes.

Here’s how our bracket is looking now:

All four #1 seeds are alive and kickin’, with spots in the Final Four AND bragging rights as category winners up for grabs! Voting is open until the 27th!!

A little confession? I had a hard time picking between pimento cheese and biscuits because I think of them like the peanut butter and jelly of the South. I think I’m going to make a big batch pimento cheese this weekend. Feel free to join me, perhaps grab a slice of red velvet for dessert?

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Welcome back to the 2017 Southern Weddings Mason-Dixon Madness Tourney! I can’t believe it, but we will officially have a new champion, as everyone’s favorite Southern Soda, Cheerwine, has been eliminated in the Round of 32. It seems there are lots of Kentucky Derby fans among the crowd, as mint juleps won the battle pretty easily. From my own personal bracket, I am thrilled to report that pimento cheese and pecan pie are moving along into the sweet sixteen.

In last week’s head-to-head donut battle, Krispy Kreme took the crown over beingets, the darling of New Orleans. Having grown up visiting the very first Krispy Kreme location in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, I can’t help but be pleased. Given the number of votes cast in the last round, it seems that y’all called in reinforcements to make sure your favorites made it through to the sweet sixteen. Don’t think that your vote doesn’t count. Pound cake beat out peach cobbler by ONE vote and Amber’s red velvet cake nudged out Marissa’s (and my husband’s) beloved banana pudding by a whopping 5 votes out of hundreds and hundreds cast.

You’ve been pre-warned that this next round of voting requires you to pick between biscuits and pimento cheese and sweet tea and Arnold palmers. Is the biscuit or the biscuit spread (which can be put on crackers or celery) more important? To add lemonade to your sweet tea or not? These are some serious question to be debated. Trust your tastebuds! BBQ or shrimp and grits? Mac and cheese or Cornbread? How’s a girl to choose?

Here’s how our bracket is looking now:

To make sure your favorites survive to dance another day, VOTE (and tell all your friends)! Voting is only open until the 22nd, so hurry on up!

Vote in the Sweet Sixteen below (or click here):

Anybody shocked over the results of the Round of 32? Lose your champion or gain a new appreciation for a Southern delicacy? Sound off below!!

kristin Written with love by Kristin
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  1. avatar Jodi Jackson reply

    I have a question. Is your instgram account for your work only? I #southernwedding all the time but never get my picture added to the feed. Just curious if I am wasting my time. Thank you, Jodi Jackson with Savannah Wedding Dreams

    • avatar Emily reply

      Hi Jodi! Good question! Yes, we generally only feature the work of those who are being featured on our blog that day, something from our archives, from one of our editorials, or the work of a Blue Ribbon Vendor. Hope that helps!

  2. avatar Ashlee reply

    Team Sweet Tea all the way!

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