The scent of the basil and strawberries create nuance and depth within this dish. This recipe is light and tasty for any spring occasion!
Pumpkin Pie is an absolute classic in every kitchen during fall time. Nancy Hopkins was kind enough to share this recipe with us and it was fantastic! We added a twist to the recipe and made them into little tartlets to use as a passed hors d’oeuvre. I hope you’ll take the time to make
Are you looking for a way to add a little flair to your Brussels sprouts? This is a creamy rich alternative to the way Brussel sprouts are traditionally prepared. They are covered in cream and bacon, then baked to perfection. This is the perfect Holiday dish, I hope you will give it a try!
VeryVera’s Gourmet-to-Go line of products was developed with the help of staff member Susan Ely. Our Veggie Lasagna, a shining star of the GTG menu, was a weeknight favorite for our customers. It’s a perfect vegetable side and a filling vegetarian entree.
You could set your watch by it—every Wednesday at the Café, the same group of Augustans would show up for tomato soup day. This soup is a labor of love, but the result is completely worth the effort. It’s rich, full of flavor, and will fill your home with the delectable aroma of tomato and
This recipe is reminiscent of the artichoke dip, the we all loved, from the 80’s. I had a recipe card that I used for that dip and it’s been used so much it has separated!! Use this recipe as an appetizer, or as a side with soup. Your family and friends will love it!
I first tasted this pie at Crook’s Corner, the legendary Chapel Hill restaurant that’s had my friend and colleague chef Bill Smith at the helm for more than two decades. The first forkful was a revelation, the sort of otherworldly gustatory experience that involuntarily causes heads to tilt back and eyes to roll—the OMG kind
Sorghum is Appalachia’s version of maple syrup. It’s the evaporated cane juice of a grain called sorghum that is pressed and then cooked in a shallow pan until it cooks down to an amber brown syrup that’s a bit thicker than honey. Its flavor is vegetal, earthy, and sweet, with a hint of spice. It
The Mississippi River Delta, stretching for about one hundred miles along the banks of the mighty Mississippi and extending eastward fifty miles across the state is one of the richest agricultural regions in the world. After the Emancipation Proclamation was enacted and slaves no longer worked the cotton fields, Chinese men migrated to the Delta