We’re throwing it back a few years and re-featuring some amazing pasta dishes from our recipe archives. Take a look, get your shopping list in order, and whip up your new favorite dish!
Southern Food & Dining
If you are looking for new trends in dining or simply looking for the perfect weeknight meal for the family or person on the go, we're here to help. Each of our SB sister-cities highlights great dining trends in their city, and we compile some of their best right here on our main food and dining page. We also have recipes that are perfect as we know you are busy and only want the best. We're right there with you!
Southern celebrity chef Damaris Phillips fell in love with a vegetarian. So, she began making the most delicious, soul-nourishing vegetarian dishes EVER.
It’s the perfect weekend to whip up a pot of some New Orleans’ goodness. Here are a few recipes that will leave you thinking, “Laissez les bons temps rouler!”
Nashville Hot Chicken is definitely enjoying its moment in the spotlight, but it’s a dish that’s actually been around for roughly 80 years. Learn about the legendary dish and find out where to get your fix next time you’re in Nashville. Image: Prince’s Hot Chicken
Having people over to watch the big game? Hosting a season well done for your kids’ team? Having an informal work gathering or neighborhood get together? Here are the recipes you need.
When you think about higher education, we’re willing to bet blue cheese doesn’t spring to mind. And yet, at Clemson, it should. Learn the history behind Clemson Blue Cheese. Image: Clemson University
Craving a smoothie? Make sure what you order lives up to its healthy reputation!
A better burger: simple, delicious and plant-based.
A quick, healthy stir-fry that can be a great “911 meal.”
A hearty gluten-free chickpea meatball served in al dente spaghetti squash boats.
A delicious, gluten-free and satisfying brown rice pasta dish with beet marinara sauce served with basil and pine nuts.
A hearty vegetarian take on a taco lettuce wrap filled with beans, quinoa and sweet corn.