Wondering what to fix to go with the turkey? We hit up some of the South’s most amazing chefs for ideas. Enjoy!
Southern Holiday Recipes
These are our tried and true Southern holiday recipes including Christmas recipes, Thanksgiving recipes, Easter recipes and lots of 4th of July recipes and so much more. Need the best chili for Halloween? We've got it. Even if you don't cook, chances are you are doing so around the holidays and we're here to help as these aren't complicated but taste oh-so-good.
‘Tis the season for needing lots of recipes! We’ve got you covered with our favorites for sharing with friends as we embrace the thankful spirit of the holidays.
These are a seasonal flavor to offer guests to your home or to make for edible holiday gifts. Candied Pecans Print Candied Pecans Author: Vera Stewart Recipe type: Snack Serves: 2 1/2 cups Ingredients 1⁄2 cup water 1⁄2 cup granulated sugar 2 1⁄2 cups pecan halves Instructions Preheat the oven to 325°F and line a sheet pan
This delicious cheesecake brownie recipe comes to us courtesy of entertaining pro Vera Stewart. Cheesecake Brownies Print Cheesecake Brownies Author: Vera Stewart Recipe type: Dessert Prep time: 45 mins Cook time: 35 mins Total time: 1 hour 20 mins Serves: 30 2-inch squares Ingredients CREAM CHEESE MIXTURE 4 ounces cream cheese, at room temperature 3 tablespoons unsalted
Whether you are looking forward to a traditional Thanksgiving meal and/or hosting a Friendsgiving celebration, you’ll be inspired by these great ideas … and who doesn’t want to make pumpkin pecan French toast or a salted caramel chocolate bundt cake?!
These peppermint snowballs make a dessert perfect for guests, but easy enough for your weeknight family dinner, when you want to throw a little something special into the mix!
Here are four Thanksgiving desserts you’ll want to eat even after the big holiday meal. Plus, some of these are easy enough for the kids to make!
A Gin Martini, tweaked for the holidays, has arrived!
These aren’t just a summertime treat!
New Year’s Day calls for soup — and superstitions! Eat your black-eyed peas and greens in this one soup to bring a year of health and wealth.