2011 Best Recipes
These fluffy waffles are filled with the sweet, lemony flavor of their muffin cousins. Cook up the batter as waffles or pancakes for breakfast or dinner. Finish the fruity flavors with our Blackberry Maple Syrup.
This delicious mac and cheese is light on the butter and cheese yet still melts in your mouth. Change the flavor profile of the recipe with combinations such as sweet peas and proscuitto or ham and broccoli.
Take advantage of this golden veggie in a lightened version of squash casserole. A combo of cornflakes and French fried onions add an irresistible crunch, without adding too many calories.
- Recipe: Lightened Squash Casserole
- Recipe: Lemon Meringue Ice-Cream Pie
This updated tomato pie is served pizza-style on a puff pastry with a combination of feta and mozzarella cheese. An assortment of herbs along with colorful fresh tomatoes gives this tomato tart its wonderful flavor.
- Recipe: Herbed Tomato Tart
You can easily make these mini muffulettas the day before the game. Just assemble, place in zip-top freezer bags, and refrigerate overnight. Store-bought craft paper and simple twine make clever, team-inspired sandwich wrappers.
- Recipe: Mini Muffulettas
A juicy, flavorful grilled whole chicken is a dynamite dish! Rosemary leaves, lemon zest, garlic, and herbs de Provence impart great flavor, but it's the grill that really does the work.
- Recipe:Chicken Under a Skillet
Sticky buns and pumpkin bread combine in this amazing muffin recipe. A mixture of toasted pecans, butter, and brown sugar creates the sweet topping. Serve these for breakfast, or skip the "sticky" part and make Pecan-Pumpkin Bread instead.
Southerners love to fry their food, and there's no stopping us when it comes to our Thanksgiving turkey. Give this fried turkey recipe a try and enjoy the flavors that only deep-frying can create.
- Recipe: Creole Deep-Fried Turkey
- Recipe: Capital Eggnog
Recipe from Bartender David Burnette of The Capital Hotel; Little Rock, Arkansas