This Moravian-inspired chicken pie recipe makes a delicious and hearty meal, and preparing it is a cinch — the hardest part is waiting for it to cook.
Turnips, the Our State way: tossed in brown butter and drizzled with local honey.
The Cherokee trio of corn, beans, and squash have long been grown together for a more robust harvest and superior flavor. But that doesn’t mean you’ll see them all on one plate. (Well, maybe, if you know where to look.)
This hearty dip is irresistible when it comes out of the oven — cheesy, bubbly, and golden-brown. Dig in with your favorite crackers or spread on toasted baguette slices.
A classic Southern recipe for breakfast or brunch, these buttermilk biscuits with sausage gravy are rich, hearty, and downright delicious.
There’s nothing more Southern than fried chicken — except maybe when it’s drenched in Piedmont barbecue sauce. Every layer of the recipe is seasoned with a kick, so it pairs perfectly with cole slaw.
At holiday meals and potluck suppers, sweet-and-sour baby carrots are a hit. This recipe packs a punch of flavor with the addition of cinnamon and lemon zest.
Think you can’t make funnel cakes at home? Think again. This wonky-shaped fair favorite is easier to make than you think, and a fun dessert to indulge in this fall.
This classic fall treat is typically found at your local county fair or carnival, but why not bring the fun of the fair home with you? These sweet and salty candied apples are fun to make with friends and family, not to mention both festive and delicious.