Celebrate with your family and friends in tasty Southern style thanks to this holiday-themed issue of Taste of the South. Freshen up the menu with new takes on savory mains like our crispy Sweet Tea-Brined Fried Turkey and tender Bourbon-Peach Glazed Roasted Turkey, or keep it classic with a hearty helping of sides like our Cheesy Roasted Green and Mixed Potato Gratin. No matter which route you take, make sure to round out your festive spread with a breadbasket full of our mouthwatering Cheesy Herb Rolls. We couldn’t forget about dessert either. Whether it’s our cover star Ambrosia Cheesecake Bars stealing the show or a slice from Cranberry Meringue Tart, we’ve got every sugary sweet craving covered. No matter which part of the holiday feast you’re looking for, the November/December issue of Taste of the South has you covered from start to finish.
Taste of the South
Dishing with Aaron Franklin • West Palm Beach chef LINDSAY AUTRY shares her spin on Florida’s food scene
Prep + Provisions • Holiday necessities for the tastiest time of the year
New + Noteworthy • Round out the year with exciting openings across the South
Rutabagas • This rustic root elicits mixed feelings among many Southerners—some love the sweet and earthy taste, others frown just glancing at their hard, waxy exteriors. Through six delicious recipes, we show why rutabagas may be one of the most underrated vegetables of the season.
Leftover Turkey Supper • Turn your leftover turkey and roasted vegetables into an easy and warming soup for those post-holiday nights when you want something easy but homemade
Ambrosia • The South’s most legendary holiday salad
Turkey 3 Ways • This holiday season, choose one of our favorite ways to prepare your holiday turkey from roasted whole to fried pieces
Holiday Sides • Treat your guests to inviting side dishes featuring gooey cheeses, sticky glazes, and plenty of harvest flavor
Holiday Desserts • Amp up the drama of your holiday sweets with these deceptively simple and delicious treats
Reveillon: A Creole Christmas Tradition • A Creole Christmas Tradition
Perfect Pecan Pie • The homemade flaky crust is what makes this pie shine with an easy stir-together filling and our helpful how-to.
Grains • Southern agriculture has a long history with grains like corn, rice, and wheat. Through sweet and savory recipes, we explore both familiar and unique varieties of these hearty, pantry-worthy crops.
Charleston Ice Cream • Award-winning chef Sean Brock’s ode to a foundational Lowcountry ingredient
10 Must-Try Meringue Pies