A bounty of incredible Southern eats and sips topped Garden & Gun’s list of most-read recipes this year, including a scone version of tomato pie, a lemony, creamy farfalle pasta dish, a boozy milkshake nightcap for the kids at heart, and decadent seafood dishes you won’t soon forget. Here are the eighteen recipes our readers loved the most.
A classic Southern casserole combines briny oysters and the comfort of cream.
New Orleans chefs cheat the Lenten season of restraint with indulgent, seafood-focused specials.
A sweet Southern pick-me-up.
A mom-and-pop coffeehouse serves grab-and-go versions of a Southern favorite.
This adult milkshake is your new favorite nightcap.
What’s not to love about sharp cheddar cheese baked to crunchy perfection?
A Co-Op copycat of the tournament’s staple sandwich.
A spring “butterfly” pasta dish from bestselling author Frances Mayes’s new cookbook.
This cooling cocktail is the perfect antidote to a sweltering afternoon.
A county fair champion from Appalachia shares one of her most popular recipes.
Southern libations and a sweet teriyaki sauce accent a classic entree.
Jimmy Hagood shares the Lowcountry alchemy that takes boiled peanuts to a new level of snacking deliciousness.
A fatherly wisdom–inspired cocktail that chooses not to choose.
Drizzled with a caramelized apple cider glaze, these crispy treats are full of fall flavors.
An elevated version of the musician’s forever favorite.
Simple yet special, this side dish could very well become a tradition in your family too.
A historic Florida inn skips the canned soup in their interpretation of a holiday classic.
Get the recipe for the best-selling “petit plat” from a Charleston hot spot.