It’s velvety, smooth, and decadently delicious. Warning: Once you’ve made this chocolate pie, there’ll be no going back! Sometimes you’ll make it just for yourself! This is another recipe from my great-grandmother, Ma Horton.
Elderberries (Sambucus canadensis) have surged in popularity for their unique taste in jams, jellies, juices and pies. Some people have gone one step further and use them in winemaking. Others have discovered that they are fabulous to use as a natural color in food products. Not only does this member of the honeysuckle family grow […]
A Classic Southern Recipe for Sweet Potato Pie. Sweet Potato Pie, while being a classic in most Southern households is new to me. My Mama didn’t make it when I was a kid, and I’ve never made it before. Until now. I thought I didn’t like sweet potatoes. I usually force myself to consume a […]
We’ve mashed up two of our favorite holiday dishes to come up with this Pecan Cranberry Pie. It’s sweetened mostly with maple syrup for the perfect sweet finish. Wonderful with vanilla bean ice cream!
I love cherry pie. At birthday time, I often choose cherry pie over cake. However, the last time I ate canned cherry pie, I was not impressed. Even the versions that don’t contain corn syrup still have a sort of metallic, fake taste to them. Sadly, the season for fresh cherries is short. One way […]
Dutch oven cooking is a fun way to cook and bake outdoors and off grid. We love to cook in our cast iron dutch ovens. Here is a tutorial on how to bake a pie in a dutch oven