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
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.
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)!
The matriarch of the Vergos family, Tasia Vergos, shares a favorite side of their family get-togethers, her beloved Greek castana (chestnut) dressing.
Looking to truly impress at a dinner party? Make McEwen’s mouthwatering Creole-spiced braised pork osso buco, and get ready for the compliments!
Chef Patrick Reilly of the Majestic Grille shares his crowd-pleasing roasted root vegetable side dish, made addictive with its Asian spices and maple syrup.
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?!
The holiday season brings with it the search for the perfect hostess gift. Check out our favorite locally made food gifts that are sure to please any recipient!