Nancie McDermott
Nancie McDermott

Nancie McDermott

Nancie McDermott has been a cookbook author, food writer, and cooking teacher for twenty-five years. She has written for Southern Living, Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, Cooks Illustrated, and Fine Cooking. Nominated for a James Beard award in Journalism and an IACP Cookbook Award, she the author of thirteen cookbooks.
Scalloped Oysters Recipe
Rating: Unrated
New!
In this recipe, the oysters are the star of the show—no bells or whistles required.
Advertisement
This decadent layered pie is our new favorite holiday dessert.
Buttermilk Spoon Bread
Rating: Unrated
New!
Although called a bread, this dish has the consistency and taste of a savory pudding.
We will be making these Buttermilk-Pecan Pralines all year long.
This mile-high chocolate pie is inspired by a Southern classic: the MoonPie.
Shrimp-Stuffed Mirlitons
Rating: Unrated
1
Delicious mirlitons are available in the fall months and deserve a spot on your Thanksgiving table.
Advertisement
There are few dishes more comforting and indulgent than mac and cheese, and this version will become your new go-to.
If collard greens typically grace your Thanksgiving table in the form of a boiled, pulpy glob of greens, this recipe will be a breath of fresh air.
Shrimp-Stuffed Mirlitons
Rating: Unrated
1
Delicious mirlitons are available in the fall months and deserve a spot on your Thanksgiving table.
There are few dishes more comforting and indulgent than mac and cheese, and this version will become your new go-to.
If collard greens typically grace your Thanksgiving table in the form of a boiled, pulpy glob of greens, this recipe will be a breath of fresh air.
This year, add a little kick to your Thanksgiving turkey with this spicy cornbread dressing.
Fluffy Corn Pudding
Rating: Unrated
New!
This corn pudding is wonderfully light, like cross between a custard and a souffle.
Advertisement
This simple recipe is the perfect way to let Arkansas Black apples shine on your Thanksgiving table.
Try a new twist on an old recipe this Thanksgiving.
Cranberry jewels and crunchy black walnuts crown this naturally irresistible vegetable side.
Mixed Nut Brittle Recipe
Rating: Unrated
New!
Nut brittle is the ideal treat to give as a gift or to fill your own candy dish at home
Christmas Butter Mints Recipe
Rating: Unrated
New!
No proper Southern shower is complete without a candy dish brimming with delicate buttermints.
We've tweaked our usual old fashioned divinity recipe by swapping out the nuts for crushed peppermint candies.
Advertisement
Each state in the South is responsible for some tasty pies.
Mama always said that homemade is better than frozen.
If you think you don't have enough time to make a pie crust, think again.
This pie may look an assuming, but taking out a slice shows off its true beauty.
This peanut pie will impress even the most stubborn relatives you entertain this holiday season.
he heirloom apple that makes this apple pie so tasty hails from Benton County, Arkansas.