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Monthly Archive for June, 2010

I don’t know what sound more Southern than Bourbon Panna Cotta, do you? Mmmmm, ramekins. Therefore, since I can’t seem to keep my hands of off anything from A Yankee in a Southern Kitchen (a delicious little blog by Kim Morgan), here’s a recipe I found there for this delight which came originally from Frank […]

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“A Yankee in a Southern Kitchen” is a sweet, homegrown blog filled with amazing recipes that are easy to follow and produce ridiculously fine results. Let’s hear it for this one: Cuttaloosa Carrot Cupcakes! 1 3/4 cups finely grated carrots 1 cup crushed drained pineapple (save liquid) 1 1/2 cups finely chopped walnuts or pecans- […]

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Profiteroles. Enough said.

Yep, more from the mistress of the delectable Tender Crumb, Linda… Profiteroles “…Pate a choux, the basis for these profiteroles, cream puffs, eclairs, and gougeres, is a dough that is first cooked on the stove, then piped on baking sheet. Once in the oven, this magical dough tranform into light and airy pastry puffs that […]

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I can’t keep my surfing fingers off of “A Yankee in a Southern Kitchen” – here’s yet another recipe hot off that delicious spot in the bloggosphere: I think you may agree that benne wafers with blueberries and cream sounds like the most delicious summer treat ever conceived. Also, benne wafers are extremely Southern! Charleston […]

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I feel lucky to have randomly found Tender Crumb, a well-named baking blog with recipes and photos so compelling it makes one want to rush to the kitchen to preheat the oven. The mistress of Tender Crumb, Linda, is involved in a wonderful mass-baking-hysteria called The Cake Slice. This month’s installment of The Cake Slice […]

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Bring It On: Blue Cheese Pecan Bread!

There’s been a lot of sweet stuff on here lately and so it’s high time for some savory. Kim Morgan writes about food on her blog A Yankee In a Southern Kitchen and here is yet another brilliant Southern delight from her long list: Blue Cheese Pecan Bread (Adapted by Kim Morgan from Martha Hall […]

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Something about banana pudding tart seems so supremely summery. I think this sort of fruit tart should be eaten in the twilight of evening while sitting on a porch with a tall glass of very cold milk. I can hear the crickets already… Southern Banana Pudding Tart Banana pudding is a classic, homestyle Southern dessert […]

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Lavender and Vanilla a Go Go!

A Southern Peach Cobbler Recipe with a Lavender and Vanilla Twist Cobbler and the South are like bread and butter, peas and carrots, hook ‘em and horns, and other natural combination. This is not to say that they don’t have cobbler in the North, but when I think of the many ubiquitous foods in my […]

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Biscuit Boulevard

Knoxville’s first annual International Biscuit Festival recently wrapped up. So, how did it turn out? Let’s see what KnoxNews had to say: Biscuit Festival has big turnout By Mike Blackerby Judging by the turnout, East Tennesseans sure love their biscuits and all of the accoutrements that go with the delectable flour-based discs. Saturday’s first International […]

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Sweet Tea Made Simple

Let’s put aside baking for just a moment (put aside what?, you say) – yes – yes – we simply must switch our focus for just a moment to… Sweet Tea. And let’s not fool ourselves, sweet tea is the perfect summer partner for anything else made southern. Is there such thing as too much […]

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