Recipes from the Appalachia regions.
Candy Roaster Squash Pie - Recipe
The Cherokee people of southern Appalachia came across the seeds in trade and developed the Candy Roaster into what is today's cultivated, and prized favorite, of southern Appalachia cooking.
Corn Pone Recipes
Corn pone, and a special casserole type pie are easy recipes for just about any time of the year. The aroma of these delights as they are taken out of the oven is a call to everyone that supper is on the table.
Fried Chicken Recipes To Knock Their Socks Off
When summer time starts rolling around again, thoughts turn to fried chicken and all the picnic foods that will compliment that wonderful fried chicken. I have some great recipes that will be a delicious addition to your picnics and knock the socks off everyone.
Harvest Supper - Recipe
The Three Sisters, corn, squash and beans, have always been a mainstay to the diets of most Native Americans. When these crops were introduced to the Iroquois and other tribes, they were a great compliment to the meats provided by the hunters.
Lemon And Berry Delight Cups - Recipe
With fresh or thawed frozen berries on top, it makes for an attractive dessert presentation when the ramekin is served on a pretty saucer with two thin wafer cookies on the side.
Maple Sap Gathering and Dutch Baby Recipe
Long before Europeans came to the shores of what is now northeastern America, Indian tribes of Vermont and surrounding areas were gathering sap from the sugar maple trees to make a delicious syrup. One of the foods they put this wonderful syrup on is Dutch Babies.
Pennsylvania Dutch Christmas Recipes
At this time of year, kitchens in the homes are fragrant with the smell of baking cookies and Christmas cakes. Here are two wonderful recipes to fill your home with tantalizing aromas.
Shepherds Pie - Recipe
Shepherds Pie is a lamb stew topped with a layer of crisped, browned mashed potatoes.
Trifle and Tipsy Cake - Recipes Appalachia Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Appalachia Site Map
Trifle is often preferred as a Christmas dessert instead of the much heavier Christmas Pudding. Trifle is so pretty when carefully layered in a large trifle bowl that it is often used as a centerpiece on a buffet or the dinner table.
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