Cane Syrup-Candied Sweet Potatoes

Cane syrup gives this sweet potato dish that extra special taste and aroma.

  Fall Greens Madisonville

  Silver Queen Corn on the Cob with Basil-Pepper Butter

  Spicy Horseradish Pickles

  Crab, Corn, and Tomato Salad with Lemon-Basil Dressing

  Quick and Smoky Cajun-Baked Beans

  Creole Twice-Baked Potatoes

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Asparagus Quiche with Crabmeat and Bacon

  Lobster and Sweet Pea Risotto

  The Ultimate Holiday Cabbage Casserole

  Carrot and Tri-Colored Cauliflower Salad

  Creamed Spinach with Sugar-Cured Ham and Minced Yams

  Roasted brussels sprouts with crispy prosciutto

  Baked Butternut Squash with ‘Pillow’ Topping

Butternut squash is plentiful this time of year, so why not utilize it for your next holiday gathering?

  Voodoo Greens

Just as a voodoo sorceress can wield mysterious power over her intended prey with a supernatural potion, this dish can hold you under its spell with a vast array of herbs, greens, sausages, and meats. Partake of voodoo greens if you dare!

Shrimp and Potato Pancakes

The Germans are famous for their pancakes and dumplings. Potatoes a major cash crop of the Germans became one of their favorite ingredients and were used in many different dishes.

  Choucroute Garni

Sauerkraut is one of the most underrated dishes in the South. Most southerners are reminded of the sour, bitter kraut they were served during their elementary school days, rather than the richly garnished sauerkraut of Alsace Lorraine, France. It is a classic and well worth the effort!

  Smashed Twice-Cooked Potatoes With Leeks and Garlic

Christmas Morning Granola

Oyster and Artichoke Patties