Cinnamon Sorghum Custard Pie is a comforting fall pie that is easy to make using pantry staples most of you have on hand. Sorghum syrup is worth seeking out. Consider this an alternative to pumpkin pie or pecan pie for Thanksgiving dessert, too.
What happens when you make marshmallows with sorghum? Very good things, as I learned in the brand-new book The Southern Cookie Book. This totally awesome book comes at you from the editors of Southern Living, and it is full of not only cookies but all sorts of interesting confections, too--including sorghum marshmallows. Sorghum syrup is a unique thing--somewhat similar in texture to molasses, but definitely not molasses flavor-wise. It is derived from sorghum grass, a type of cereal…
Ready to start your holiday baking? Add our Kentucky Spice Cookies to your favorite recipes this year! These delicately spiced cookies have a secret ingredient - sorghum syrup. The subtle smoky flavor of the sorghum balances out the sweetness and spices in this buttery cookie.
"In a Southern family, there's always someone who makes one dish, one thing they're truly great at," says Tandy Wilson of City House, in Nashville, Tennessee. "These recipes tend to be 'talked,' passed down from cook to cook." That's the case with the chef's favorite sweet potato casserole, a dish inherited from his grandmother. Instead of the standard marshmallow topping, the recipe uses sorghum syrup for a rich, deep sweetness, and chopped roasted peanuts for a pleasing crunchy contrast…
“This pecan cobbler is more closely related to pecan sticky buns than pecan pie. If that’s your kind of thing, then I think you’ll like this, too.
Biscuits are what take us into the kitchen today to cook: fat, flaky mounds of quick bread, golden brown, with a significant crumb. Composed of flour, baking powder, fat and a liquid, then baked in a hot oven, they are an excellent sop for sorghum syrup, molasses or honey. (Photo: Marcus Nilsson for The New York Times)
Christmas Bulb Sugar Cookies Recipe
Christmas Bulb Sugar Cookies Recipe | These treats are as cute as can be, and their taste is just as memorable. Because they're made with sorghum syrup, ginger, vanilla, and cardamom, their flavor is a change of pace from the usual sugar cookies. Serve the light bulbs separately, or thread several of them on a decorative ribbon or string as a party favor or gift.