The South's most deeply flavored drizzle connects us to our culinary past and offers untapped potential to make everything more delicious.
All over the South, the sticky elixir is being showcased as more than a condiment. It works wonders as a glaze for smoky meat.
Add a caramel chewiness to already-delicious bacon-caramel corn.
This cocktail is named after a famous incident involving General Patton in Italy during WWII. Like the controversial leader,
the drink is crisp, strong, and gets the job done.
Olin Hughes' wife, Lois, loved to cook with sorghum. This is one of her favorite recipes, to which we added a coffee glaze.
Add a Southern twist to eggnog with sweet-and-rich-as-honey sorghum. For a spiced garnish, sprinkle individual servings with
If you've never tried sorghum syrup, you should start with this recipe. Frequently eaten on hot buttered biscuits, sorghum
syrup is used as a sweet glaze for turnips in this recipe.