We live for Fall in the South. Between homecoming season, football, food festivals and the holidays, we can’t take enough of fall. Just as much as we love Fall, we also love food and our heart is as happy as can be when we combine those two loves.
Fall is a special time for food in the South. It is not only time where food it is tasty but it is also beautiful. There is a gorgeous color palette of fall food, between sweet potatoes, butternut squash and pumpkins, the orange hue has our heart.
As the holiday and entertaining gets into full swing, here are some beautiful and tasty recipes you can try that will be sure please even the pickiest of Southern guests courtesy of one of our favorite southern stores, Southern Season. It will not only keep them full but also put a smile on their face, which is what southern entertaining and food is all about. Be sure to try out these recipes and make a trip to Southern Season to get all of the perfect ingredients!
Autumn Greens with Sweet Potato and Apple Salad
This meal is a perfect version of fall beauty and taste. Not to mention healthiness. As hard as it is to stay healthy throughout all the fall festivities, this is the perfect tasty meal to get you back on track without sacrificing all of that southern Fall flavor.
The weather is starting to cool in the south and that means time for a great savory pie. This Beef and Stout Pot Pie is exactly what you need after a long day of hanging out at tailgate or the farmer’s market this fall.
If you are looking for a perfect side dish this holiday season, this roasted pumpkin recipe has you covered. It tastes great but looks even better on your favorite set of monogrammed dishware. Your guests will be talking about how great it tasted and how beautiful it looked for days!
Peanut Butter Cookies with Moonshine Cordials
If you a party this fall, this cookie recipe will be sure to be a hit at your next sorority meeting or work social. After all, who doesn’t love a cookie with peanut butter and chocolate. Add some hot apple cider in a mason jar and you are in southern dessert heaven!