What do your favorite chefs from around the South bring to their Thanksgiving tables? We asked them. From flaky popover bread rolls to cheesy grits to festive fall salads, we’ve enlisted six esteemed chefs to share their Thanksgiving recipes and the stories behind them. Image: Sara Gibbs
The South is known as a foodie destination, but for the people who live here, that starts in their very own kitchens! Find recipes for dinner parties, weeknight dinners, and weekend brunches. We even have recipes provided by local chefs and tastemakers, including the best mint julep recipe EVER!
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Milk Bread Chefs Katy and Joe Kindred Kindred, Davidson, North Carolina “Skip the boring bread basket! Milk Bread is a creative way to up the bread service during Thanksgiving,” Katy tells us. If you haven’t had the chance to try this melt-in-your-mouth, buttery, salty bread at esteemed North Carolina restaurant, Kindred, here’s your chance to
Brussels Sprouts Gratin Chef Adam Evans Automatic Seafood, Birmingham, Alabama Chef Adam Evans continues to solidify Birmingham as a Southen food destination with his buzzed-about hotspot, Automatic Seafood. This November, we can bring a taste of Chef Adam’s kitchen onto the dining room table this Thanksgiving. We’re into any recipe that turns a much-needed veggie
Chef Katie Button of Asheville, NC’s Curate shares a favorite Thanksgiving side dish: beet salad with candied orange rind and Marcona almonds.
This delightful sage stuffing recipe comes from Chef Ouita Michel.
Cheesy Grits Chef Tandy Wilson City House, Nashville, Tennessee “This is a dish that reminds me of my childhood growing up. We always had cheesy grits and I always loved them. Now I get to continue that tradition.” — Chef Tandy Wilson Cheesy Grits Print Author: Chef Tandy Wilson Ingredients 1qt grits soaked overnight