What do chefs serve at home for the holidays? Twelve of our favorite local chefs and restaurateurs share their beloved holiday dishes. Image: Folk’s Folly
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!
Pink peppermint ice cream deserves special attention, and this recipe for peppermint-chocolate ice cream pie puts it front and center!
Pulling together an unforgettable holiday affair is super simple! Here’s how to do it, step by step.
Impress your guests with this luxurious foie gras appetizer from Chef Ben Smith of Tsunami restaurant. Here’s the recipe! Image: Tsunami
Justin Fox Burks of The Chubby Vegetarian blog and cookbook brings us this creative carrot “lox” recipe. Prepare to amaze your friends (& your palate)! Image: Justin Fox Burks
This savory seafood cheesecake is a generations-old recipe from Chef Alyssa Holliday’s St. Augustine, Florida, roots. It’s decadent and delicious — try it! Image: Le Jardin Gourmet to Go
Chef Jody Moyt shares his grandmother’s — and now Lafayette’s Music Room’s — incredibly delicious chocolate chess pie recipe. Image: Lafayette’s Music Room
Take your appetizer game to new levels with this creative twist on the Southern classic — pumpkin deviled eggs from Chef Ryan Trimm of Sweet Grass. Image: Sweet Grass
Local Restaurateur Kevin Keough of Cafe Keough shares his Irish mother’s scrumptious and soul-nourishing recipe for Welsh rarebit. Get ready to drool! Image: Visit Wales
Folk’s Folly Chef Max Hussey shares a holiday recipe near and dear to his heart, his mother’s oyster dressing with tarragon and Gruyère. Image: Folk’s Folly
Cookbook author Perre Magness stirs up memories of Christmases past with this old-school Southern boiled custard. Try this drop-dead delicious recipe!
The Peabody Hotel’s Executive Chef shares a recipe from his childhood in Austria, and this hazelnut brittle makes the perfect dessert garnish (or snack)!