There are many reasons I am thankful to live in the South, and an early spring is one of them. I don’t mind a little cold weather every now and then, but I always welcome the warm sunshine.
This month’s menu embraces many spring flavors and will hopefully introduce your supper club to a few techniques that will help improve everyone’s cooking skills.
The Roasted Beet and Orange Salad will show you how easy (and not messy!) it is to roast beets, and segmenting citrus is a simple technique every home cook can master. Finally, many cooks think making risotto is challenging, but it is actually one of the easiest dishes to prepare. You can adapt it to any season, and it will make you look like a kitchen genius.
About 5 yrs ago you published an amazing recipe for a chocolate pound cake with a fudge frosting. It was baked in an angel food pan. I have misplaced the recipe and cannot find it on your site. Is there any way for me to get a copy? Many thanks.
Hi Leda, it looks like you’re looking for Margaret Milligan’s Chocolate Pound Cake. It was a “Family Favorite” that ran in our December/January 2009 issue. Great choice! We’re sending the recipe your way.
I’m looking forward to some real southern cooking.
We subscribe to your Taste of the South, great recipes. I rate it the #1 magazine for cooking.