A riff on Nabisco’s Mallomars, these mallowmores meld made-from-scratch marshmallows, graham crackers, and chocolate to ridiculously great effect.
Buttery shortbreads take on an Asian accent—and an absolutely unforgettable appearance—with the addition of matcha powder.
The savvy, if very seventies, secret to these Christmasy, cashew-topped caramel-chocolate bars? A crust made from saltines. Trying is believing.
Beef chuck, Worcestershire, and water are all that’s needed to make this falling-apart-tender braised beef that’s fit for a blizzard–even when it refuses to snow.
One of the South’s greatest achievements, baked country ham takes its salty sweet smack from a glaze of mustard, vinegar, and cloves.
Shrimp paste is a classic southern treat. Small shrimp is blended with butter, shallots, and spices. Smear the shrimp paste on biscuits or toast points.
These walnut cookies are made with ground walnuts, giving them a delicate flavor and texture. A zig-zag of chocolate on top lends a festive touch.
Pork loin and sweet potatoes, both of which come into season in autumn, are a classic Southern pairing. This earthy pork dish is served with a rich pan gravy.
Gingerbread pancakes, a perfect holiday treat, are filled with warm spices, including ginger. Gingerbread pancakes are a unique weekend breakfast.
Classic chocolate crinkle cookies get a hit of ginger. These chocolate-ginger crinkle cookies will be the first cookies to disappear from the cookie jar.
These toffee cookies are biscuits topped with melted dark chocolate, pecans, and a sprinkle of fleur de sel. Serve the cookies as dessert or give as a gift.
These crumbly lavender shortbread are filled with sweet butter, a whisper of vanilla, and fine fleur de sel. The shortbread make excellent holiday gifts.
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