Southern Living 2020 Annual Recipes - Editors of Southern Living

Southern Living 2020 Annual Recipes

By Editors of Southern Living

  • Release Date: 2020-11-24
  • Genre: Regional & Ethnic

Description

From the editors of Southern Living magazine, presented with beautiful full-color photography, here are step-by-step recipes for regionally inspired dishes, from quick and easy meals to family favorites to special-occasion treats.
 
For decades, Southern Living Annual Recipes has collected every recipe from an entire year’s worth of Southern Living magazines in a single complete volume, creating an indispensable companion for devoted readers and an inspiring discovery for all who know and trust the authority that Southern Living magazine brings to great Southern cooking.
 
If Southern-style cooking is your goal, you won’t want to miss these recipes: Sheet Pan Hanger Steak with VegetablesPork Tenderloin with Farro SaladSupreme PizzaBaked Pasta with Chicken and Creamy Ranch SauceHamburger Stew with CroutonsSlow Cooker Buttermilk GritsCinnamon Sugar Pull-Apart LoafCherry Pecan Swirl BreadNo-Knead Buttermilk BreadJalapeno Cornbread SticksAnd more! Along with the go-to Southern recipes cooks crave—delicious Sunday suppers, mouthwatering desserts, regional favorites, and traditional holiday meals—readers will find helpful tips and creative menus from the legendary Southern Living Test Kitchen.
 
There is a section on Christmas recipes, and a special bonus section presents a surprise selection of reader-favorite recipes that cannot be found anywhere else. 
 
Southern Living is the leading magazine for people who are looking to learn about Southern culture, including food and cooking. It celebrates the food, homes, and places that define the region—seeking out the best of the South and finding endless inspiration in Southern culture and traditions.
 
They’re serious about recipes, hospitality, and making your home as beautiful and welcoming as possible. They are a guide to the seasons, a helping hand during the holidays, and a champion of Southern creativity.