Recipe: Crunchy Buttermilk Fried Pickle Chips from Jennifer Brulé

We haven’t featured a recipe on our blog in a while, so today we bring you a tasty treat from Jennifer Brulé, author of The New Vegetarian South: 105 Inspired Dishes for Everyone. In her enlightening cookbook, chef Brulé brings southern-style food together with plant-based approaches to eating. Her down-to-earth style and 105 recipes will… Continue Reading Recipe: Crunchy Buttermilk Fried Pickle Chips from Jennifer Brulé

Recipe: Ham (or Ham and Turkey) Tetrazzini

In preparation for upcoming holiday feasts, today we bring you a recipe from our latest Savor the South® volume, Ham, by Damon Lee Fowler. Within his compilation of ham-themed recipes, Fowler provides a delicious and ham-filled rendition of Tetrazzini, a dish with associations to Italian soprano Luisa Tetrazzini, whom Fowler mentions in his introduction to… Continue Reading Recipe: Ham (or Ham and Turkey) Tetrazzini

Recipe: Cane Syrup Pecan Pie, from Jamie DeMent

Jamie DeMent farms and cooks on Coon Rock Farm in Hillsborough, North Carolina. A well-known cooking teacher, she also owns, with her partner, Richard Holcomb, Piedmont Restaurant in Durham, North Carolina, and Bella Bean Organics. Jamie DeMent opens a bright kitchen window onto the newest kind of North Carolina farming life. On fifty-five acres of… Continue Reading Recipe: Cane Syrup Pecan Pie, from Jamie DeMent

Recipe: Oven-Fried Okra

Today’s recipe is from Virginia Willis’s Okra. Chef and food writer Willis hails from Atlanta and is author of Bon Appétit, Y’all, Basic to Brilliant, Y’all, and the James Beard Award-winning Lighten Up, Y’all. Willis sure knows her okra, too! Fried okra is a Southern favorite, and Willis prepares hers in the oven instead of a deep fryer. Oven-fried okra pairs perfectly with barbecue, or on its own as a delectable snack! Continue Reading Recipe: Oven-Fried Okra

Recipe: Bourbon Benedict

Today’s recipe is from Kathleen Purvis’s Bourbon. Kathleen Purvis is the food editor of the Charlotte Observer, a well-known food writer, and a long-time member of the Southern Foodways Alliance. After Pecans, this is her second book. Her recipe is great for those mornings when you feel like making something a little more special than your run-of-the-mill bacon and eggs. Continue Reading Recipe: Bourbon Benedict

Recipe: Caroline and David’s Peach Frozen Yogurt

Today’s recipe is from Kelly Alexander’s Peaches. Alexander’s work has appeared in the New York Times, Newsweek, and O: The Oprah Magazine. She is co-author of the New York Times best-selling barbecue cookbook Smokin’ with Myron Mixon. She lives in Chapel Hill, N.C. Her peach frozen yogurt is everything you ever loved about summer in one delicious dish! Continue Reading Recipe: Caroline and David’s Peach Frozen Yogurt

Recipe: Pink-Eyed Peas, Corn, Tomato, and Bacon Salad

oday’s recipe is from Sandra A. Gutierrez’s Beans and Field Peas. Gutierrez is the author of Latin American Street Food and The New Southern–Latino Table. A well-known culinary instructor, she lives in Cary, North Carolina. Her recipe today is full of summer (and southern) goodness. What’s not to love about a salad with corn, tomato, and bacon? Continue Reading Recipe: Pink-Eyed Peas, Corn, Tomato, and Bacon Salad

Recipe: Crispy Crumbed Baked Tomatoes with Pecans & Parmesan

Today’s recipe is from Miriam Rubin’s Tomatoes. Rubin, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, was the first woman to work in the kitchen of the Four Seasons Restaurant. Author of Grains, she writes the food and gardening column “Miriam’s Garden” for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. She lives in New Freeport, Pennsylvania. Baked tomatoes are tasty all on their own, but add parmesan and pecans and they’ll be even more mouth-watering! Continue Reading Recipe: Crispy Crumbed Baked Tomatoes with Pecans & Parmesan

Recipe: Cajun Hen Gumbo

Today’s recipe is from Dale Curry’s Gumbo. Curry, who served as the New Orleans Times-Picayune food editor for twenty years, is the author of New Orleans Home Cooking. She now writes about food for New Orleans Magazine. Curry’s recipe features a favorite gumbo ingredient in southwest Louisiana: Cajun Cornish hen! Enjoy this gumbo over rice for a hearty meal with family and friends this weekend. Continue Reading Recipe: Cajun Hen Gumbo