Southern Barbecue & Grilling Cookbook

Introducing the Southern Barbecue & Grilling Cookbook

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Barbecue may not have been invented in the American South, but Southerners have certainly worked hard to perfect it. In Daniel Schumacher’s cookbook, Southern Barbecue & Grilling, you will find more than 125 recipes, including all of the fixin’s, desserts, and tools to get the job done. Whether charcoal, gas, or wood burning, fire up the grill, gather the family, and get ready …

Reuben Strudels for St. Patrick’s Day

Reuben Strudels for St. Patrick’s Day

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Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day; this holiday always seems to sneak up on me. I’m not a huge fan of St. Patrick’s Day for two reasons: I always forget to wear green, and then I’m always being pinched because of that mistake. So, when the day comes, I get out of my car only to see the long succession of …

Deviled Eggs: A Southern Staple - Cooking with Paula Deen

Deviled Eggs: A Southern Staple

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There’s nothing quite like a Sunday in the South. Some of my favorite memories from childhood Sundays are covered-dish lunches at my grandmother’s house. Our table would be covered with a variety of delicious recipes, each in its own colorful dish. I remember as a little girl being especially intrigued by the deviled egg plates. These plates have always caught …

The Pressure Cooker – A Sister’s Tale

The Pressure Cooker – A Sister’s Tale

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When Phyllis was redistributing her items during the move, I mentioned that I needed a new crock-pot. “Don’t buy one,” she said “I have a brand new one that you can have!” Once she was “settled” in my house, she mentioned that the crock-pot was in a box in the garage. I went out to retrieve it only to find …

Dreaming of Spring - Lemon Pound Cake with Limoncello Cream

Dreaming of Spring

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Spring is always a delightful time at our home. The tulips that we labored to plant in the fall are popping up all around. And the daffodils are competing for the first bloom! When we had our ranch (it came with Neal when I married him!), I got this bright idea that we would plant daffodils all over the meadows …

Grilled S’more Sandwiches To Share!

Grilled S’more Sandwiches To Share!

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It’s January, and that means it should be cold here! Instead, it has been more than warm here in Alabama. People are outside going about life like it is a spring day! I have a confession to make; I have never had a S’more! Every time I tell this, people stop and gasp in disbelief. “Really?” they say. S’mores are …

Stay Warm With Southern Style Minestrone

Stay Warm With Southern Style Minestrone

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When the temperature drops and you want to feel warm from the inside out, there is only one thing to do! This winter I will be keeping warm with a bowl of this delicious slow cooker Southern Minestrone soup. The recipe is one of many comforting and welcoming reprieve from the cold included in the Taste of the South’s Slow …

Southern Hummingbird Christmas Cookies

Southern Hummingbird Christmas Cookies

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Christmas cookies. There are so many flavors, colors, shapes and wonderful memories! Every year I find myself in a sea of Christmas cookies. Everyone has a favorite and undoubtedly they will be disappointed if they don’t find it on the plate when Christmas day finally arrives. Although it’s a job and half to bake all the cookies, I love to …

Bake from Scratch Cookbook

Introducing: Bake from Scratch Cookbook

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Yesterday we officially announced the Bake from Scratch Cookbook, and I’m so excited for our readers to get their hands on this beauty! These 350+ pages feature a collection of recipes from our first year of publishing Bake from Scratch magazine (2015-2016). With so many delicious recipes within reach, home bakers will have an endless supply of inspiration. From the …

Holiday Entrée

Show-Stopping Holiday Entrée

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I’m already planning my holiday entrée’s for this year’s gatherings. When every seat at the table is full, the menu preparations are all the more important. If you’re from the South, you’re sure to make enough food for everyone to be able to go back for seconds and take home enough leftovers to feed them for the next week. No …