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Simple Buttered Carolina Gold Rice Grits
Plumper, rounder, meatier than the term "grits" suggests, rice grits are also more elemental, more satisfying than almost any dish. They are made to be sauced.

Cool & Crunchy Radish and Spring Turnip Salad
Ingredients 12 small radishes, thinly sliced 3 small salad/spring turnips, thinly sliced 1/4 teaspoon toasted sesame oil 1/2 teaspoon rice vinegar juice of half a lime 1 tablespoon chopped chives coarse kosher or sea salt, to taste   Direction
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Tangy Red Cabbage
Red cabbage and apples are cooked with vinaigrette, seasonings, and nutmeg.
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Grilled Beets
Recipe Courtesy Veggin'  Click here for website           4 medium-sized beets 1 Tablespoons olive oil or canola oil, or more as needed Salt and freshly ground pepper   1. Prepare a medium fire in the gril
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Native Blue Corn Johnnycakes
Time: 10 minutes to make the batter, 20 minutes to cook all the cakes. Johnnycakes must be the fastest griddle cakes on the planet. Traditionally made with Rhode Island Whitecap flint cornmeal, enough liquid to wet their whistle, and not a whole l

Antebellum Coarse Yellow Grits
Time: In a slow cooker with no overnight soak, two hours and 10 to 15 minutes; in a saucepan with an overnight soak, 50 minutes; in a saucepan with no soak, 90 minutes. Created in the tradition of the stone-ground, hand-milled grits of the Antebe

Flour Tortillas
Time: 1 hour Think of the flavorless sandwich wraps you’ve ordered and choked down—the ones that crack like old wallpaper and taste like it, too. Think of the silly supermarket spinach and tomato tortillas trying to make up in color w

Polenta Croutons with Pan-Seared Vegetables
Time: 1 hour to cook polenta, additional 45 minutes active prep time This is a poured polenta recipe, meaning that the polenta is cooked to a stout consistency on the stove, poured onto a greased slab (in this case, an 8-inch baking pan), chilled,

Rice Waffles with Honey Butter
Time: About 10 to 15 minutes to make the batter, plus overnight to rise it; 5 minutes to make the honey butter; 5 minutes or so to cook each waffle. A waffle is a good-looking specimen, far sexier than the dowdy pancake. It has a crisp, Prussi

Neapolitan-Style Pizza
Time: 5 minutes to mix the dough, overnight to retard it, and about 6 hours intermittent work the following day. Equipment Mise en Place For this recipe you will need a digital scale, a large mixing bowl, a whisk, a wooden spoon, a plastic dough s

Classic Separate-Grain Rice
Time: 15 minutes to cook and 10 minutes in the oven to dry Left to its own devices, new-crop rice like ours—rice that is milled and cooked within four months of harvest—will cook to a sticky finish. But it doesn't have to. This recipe

Wilted Spinach with Lemon and Pine Nuts
Ingredients:    1 large bunch of spinach, about 12 cups of leaves     1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil     1 or 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped     2 teaspoons f
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Graham Griddlecakes
Time: 10 minutes to make, 10 minutes to cook Lacy-crisp on the surface, with crackling flecks of shaved bran and a creamy interior, these griddlecakes carry just a trace of b

Graham Biscuits
Time: 10 minutes to make, 15 minutes to bake The bran in this flour gives the biscuits a fine, crisp patina and a delicate crunch. Equipment Mise en Place For this recipe you will need a large mixin

Rustic Red Fife Whole Grain Wheat Bread
Time: On day one, 10 minutes to make the preferments, and an overnight fermentation to develop flavor. On day two, about 30 minutes active prep time to knead and later shape the dough, about 6 hours inactive dough-rising time, and 30 minutes to ba

Classic Angel Food Cake
Time: About 30 minutes to prepare the cake, 35 to bake it, and 10 minutes to make the glaze. Angel food cake is old-fashioned—so old-fashioned it's flat out of style. Sure, you can dash into a grocery store and grab one. It will be sweet and

Bennecake Butter Cookies
Benne was an essential medicinal and kitchen garden plant during our colonial and Antebellum Eras. All great Carolina kitchen gardens contained them, in particular the forbidden subsistence gardens of African slaves who brought benne to Carolina and

Perfect Basic Slow-Roasted Farro
Ingredients 1 cup (6 ounces) slow-roasted farro 1 teaspoon fine sea salt Directions 1. Turn the farro into a large bowl and cover it with 2 cups of boiling water. Skim off chaff and hulls with a tea strainer. Soak the farro overnight. 2. Drain th

Red Quinoa with Acorn Squash, Pecans, and Cranberries
Start with 1 cup red quinoa Cook the red quinoa in a rice cooker, using a 1:2 ratio of 1 cup red quinoa to 2 cups water. If you like it softer, add an additional 1/4 cup water. If you don't have a rice cooker, cook the quinoa on the stove in a pot.M

Savory Smashed Turnips
Ingredients: 2 pounds turnips, peeled, diced, and boiled (about 35 mins.) 2 cloves garlic, roasted 3 Tablespoons butter ½ cup whole milk 2 bay leaves 1 large sprig of rosemary 1 teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon pepper 1 bunch chives,

Broccoli Turnip Rice Casserole
Recipe Courtesy of Katie Bingham 1 head broccoli, roasted 1 broccoli stem, diced ½ onion, diced 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil 1 ½ cups grated cheese (cheddar, mozzarella, swiss, etc.) 2 cups cream 6 turnips, quartered 3 cups
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Roasted Turnips
For those who don't wanna fuss with a complicated recipe, you can't get much easier than this. We like this because it seems to take some of the bitterness out of the turnip. Feel free to combine this with chunks of carrots or beets and you'll have s

Baked Turnip Casserole
We first tried this recipe at Thanksgiving and it was a big hit. Enjoy!   What you need: 12 turnips, peeled, cubed, cooked & mashed 1/2 lb. bacon, fried crisp & chopped 2 onions, chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 1 med. pepper, chopp

Classic Baked Acorn Squash Recipe
Ingredients 1 Acorn squash 1 Tbsp Butter 2 Tbsp Brown Sugar 2 teaspoons Maple Syrup Dash of Salt 1 Preheat oven to 400°F. 2 Using a strong chef's knife, and perhaps a rubber mallet to help, cut the acorn squash in half, lengthwise, f