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Fall in the South: U-Pick Orchards

If you're in the South, you don’t have to drive far from your hometown to find a stand selling bushels of fresh fruit. And...

Pralines: A Sugary Southern Icon

  For any Southerner with their noggin screwed on right, love for sugar, butter, and pecans runs as deep as the mighty Mississippi. And when...

Get Ready for Fall Baking

Ah, fall. Crisp air, earth tones, and comforting desserts reign in this long-awaited season. No other time of year makes you want to fill...

The South’s Best Pies

As Southerners, pie is in our blood. We like them filled with pecans, topped high with meringue, chilled in the icebox, and every variation...
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What We’re Making: Labor Day

If you’re anything like me, you’re wondering where the summer has gone and how it could possibly be Labor Day. Weren’t we just slicing...
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Gameday Goodies: 5 Tailgating Treats for the South’s Favorite Fall Pastime

  T’was the Wednesday before the start of college football, and all through the South Preparations were occurring—what should we put in our mouths? From the most...

5 Favorite Hand Pie Recipes

Golden, flaky, and delicious, hand pies are the smaller, more portable siblings of our favorite traditional pies. These single serving pastries, known as pasties...

The South’s Best Road Food

Grabbing a bite to eat at a gas station is usually nothing to get excited about—chips, candy, or maybe a hot dog. But not all gas station food is created equal.

A Q&A with Gena Knox (And why you should start a supper club today!)

 A few years ago, we fell in love with Gena Knox and her fresh approach to Southern cooking. We adore her cookbooks and love...
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Test Kitchen Tip: Cutting Fresh Corn Kernels from the Cob

Fresh corn is one of summer’s sweetest rewards, but cutting kernels from the cob can be tricky. Follow these steps for less mess.    ...