This recipe can be found in Tupelo Honey’s newest cookbook, Tupelo Honey: New Southern Flavors from the Blue Ridge Mountains. The only adaptations is the addition of spent grains (from a IPA home brew) to the pretzel dough and beer in place of wine in the fondue.
Buttermilk Pumpkin Pie is not for the faint of heart. It is for anyone who loved pumpkin pie but with a slightly sour twist. You’ll want to bake the crust a bit before you fill it because before the custard forms, the filling is pretty wet and dense. Don’t let that hold you back. Indulge. Enjoy. Who care’s if it’s the holidays?! This pie is good anytime!
Baked Tomatoes from an Old Virginia cookbook. This is more of a baked bread salad and screams for fresh herbs and a generous covering of cheese. Some Olives would work well in this, too.