If fall were a snack, it would be these nutty, spiced muffins. Add raisins and walnuts for a little extra oomph.
Edible black gold, a black walnut’s story doesn’t begin until it hits the ground. They may be hard to get (and get at), but they’re easy to love.
These flaky hand pies have a cheery, cherry pie filling that offers a sweet zing, and a drizzle of pink Cheerwine glaze on top seals the deal.
Pair your favorite flaky biscuit recipe with these tender pork cutlets and classic gravy. Breakfast (lunch, or dinner) is served.
A classic comfort food, rich in color and in flavor, is elevated with salty morsels of country ham.
Every Southern cook should have an entry for collards in his or her recipe box.
A sweet-and-savory spread for all occasions. (Hint: We like to add a dollop to baguette-and-brie appetizers.)
If you’re craving barbecue but can’t have a full-on pig pickin’, pull out your slow cooker. We can help.
This fall, use those stockpiled apples from the pick-your-own orchard to make applesauce, a perfect complement to sweet potato latkes, delectable no matter the season.