This time of year, as kids head back to school, the greatest sandwich on earth makes multiple appearances in my kitchen. I’m talking about the Peanut Butter and Jelly, of course.
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If you need a reason to get off the couch, end a reality TV marathon and trade the hum of the air conditioner for summer’s chorus of crickets, here it is: it’s U-Pick season! U-Picks are a one-stop opportunity to get a great deal on killer produce, support a local business and catch some rays while you work.
Looking to turn heads? We suggest you put on a twirly dress, slap on some lipstick, and walk into a party carrying our juicy homemade Honey-Balsamic-Blueberry lattice-topped pie (dress and lipstick are optional) that graces the cover of the June issue.
As the temps creep past 90°, the maximally portable, easy-to-eat ice cream sandwich is our pick for the coolest dessert on the street.
Can Southern food be satisfying and healthy? You bet your biscuits! Check out The Slim Down South Cookbook, a new book written by registered dietitian and award-winning journalist Carolyn O’Neil. The cookbook serves up delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks while teaching you an easy-to-follow philosophy for living a healthy lifestyle down here in Dixie. Here’s a peek into the […]
Today’s Community Cookbook: Mountain Cooking by John Parris (Copyright 1978; Citizen-Times Publishing Company, Asheville, NC) Okay, it doesn’t feature a spiral spine. And it was written by a professional writer. But we still claim John Parris’ Mountain Cooking as a beloved community cookbook because it captures the authentic soul of a region through storied recipes. Parris, a longtime columnist for […]
Today’s Community Cookbook: Great Cooks Rise…with the May River Tide (Copyright 2001 by The Church of the Cross Episcopal Women, Bluffton, SC; Printed by The Wimmer Companies, Memphis, TN) Judging by the region’s prolific output of spiral bounds in the last 100 years, coastal South Carolina and Georgia are fertile ground for community cookbooks. Do Lowcountry cooks have more to […]