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We're all about collections over at Provisions -- so following that lead, we'll be making recipe collections to go alongside those that are in Provisions. Because recipes want to be together, too.??
Today: We’re learning the art of Southern hospitality, from moonshine to mint juleps.
The South has a slew of fine traditions -- shrimp and grits, bluegrass, good bourbon, and a style of entertaining all about genteel hospitality and good food and drink. To host a party like a Southerner, you’ll definitely need a pitcher of sweet tea (this old-fashioned concentrate is an easy way to mix up your own), and a jug of whiskey won’t hurt. Like any good soirée, party props like drink stirrers and pretty copper cups make an otherwise normal night feel more festive.
Stick with a menu of Southern classics -- pimiento cheese, pecan pie, and mint juleps will do the trick.
Let's Play Gin
It's time for Haiku52
Our haikus about gin.
Food blog links we love.
We've got the summer blues.
Are marinades worth it?
A better basket.