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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.
From Katie Jacobs: My mom collaborated on a cookbook for the Monroe Carell Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt University in 2005. During that year, our dinner table was filled with recipes she was testing for the book. I think everyone agrees that this strawberry shortcake was the star of that book, and it ultimately became a
Have you ever seen a prettier cake, EVER?! It tastes just as good!
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
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