Time to invite some friends over, watch some games and eat nachos. Seriously, what could be better? Here’s how to set up the perfect crowd-pleasing nacho bar.
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!
Head to the farmers market or local grocer, pick up a few quick items, and you can pull together some delicious, healthy meals for next to nothing!
Enjoy a simple set-up and memorable get together with this fondue party plan. You CAN do this! (May we suggest it for the Oscars, perhaps?!)
These Nashville chefs have a passion for pork, and today, they’re sharing some of their favorite pork recipes so we can all celebrate the swine. Image: Celladora Photography
Confused about what wines to buy this holiday season? Whether you are trimming the tree, baking cookies, having friends over or popping the cork on New Year’s Eve, we have the answers you’ve been wanting …
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!
Cake expert and food author Anne Byrn gives us a history lesson in cake. Learn the origins of these three uniquely Southern cakes — and then make them this holiday season!
The weather is perfect for soup, and this stew hits the spot as it’s full of vegetables, lentils, ground lamb and beans … and your house will smell so great!
Simple and delicious, this Tarta de Santiago recipe is the perfect end to your holiday meal. You cannot mess it up, and it never fails to impress.
This red beans and rice recipe is easy, delicious and completely satisfying on a cold winter’s day … or just when you want some Cajun comfort food!
Brussels sprouts are the perfect accompaniment to any holiday meal, but we like them on their own, perhaps over rice, as the sole attraction … especially when the recipe is as good as this one is!
Have you considered foregoing the traditional dinner party and just have a few friends over for meat, cheese, olives, nuts and wine? This charcuterie platter is perfect for a simple gathering or an appetizer for a large crowd.