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August 2014

August 2014 Country Kitchen

Fresh fruit is one of summer’s greatest assets. From refreshing smoothies and fruit salads to decadent desserts like cobblers and cheesecake, fruit is versatile, delicious and healthy. more

June 2014

July 2014 Country Kitchen

Few things welcome the sweet taste of summer better than a farm-fresh peach, and there aren’t many farmers who grow the fuzzy fruit better than Jimmie and Alice Faye Harrison of Chilton County. more

May 2014

June 2014 Country Kitchen

Diane Krupinski knows sweet corn. Her family’s farm, Krupinski Farms in Foley, is a hotspot for buying locally grown corn in Baldwin County, the sweet corn capital of Alabama. “Corn down here is a hot commodity,” Diane says. “In the summertime, everybody always wants the sweet corn. One reason I think it is so popular here is it goes so well with seafood. When you do a shrimp or crawfish boil, you’re going to want corn to go with it.” more

May 2014

May 2014 Country Kitchen

Along with sunny days and higher temperatures, the beginning of summer in the South brings some favorite fruits and vegetables — blueberries, peaches, cucumbers, peppers, and of course, summer squash. more

April 2014

April 2014 Country Kitchen

Patricia Garner, a native of Cleburne County, says she enjoys hosting family meals for children and her grandchildren. “I am sometimes very busy with the chicken houses, so I need quick and easy recipes. My recipes are not a bit fancy, but my family does seem to enjoy my cooking, and I do it often,” she says. more

March 2014

March 2014 Country Kitchen

Debbie Hinkle of Calhoun County says cooking has always been second nature to her. “I come from a family of cooks, and I probably started cooking myself at 5 or 6, pulling a chair around to the stove to get breakfast started for Mama,” she recalls. more

February 2014

February 2014 Country Kitchen

Each recipe LindaKaye shares this month contains honey, from the breakfast staple of blueberry muffins to the dinner entrée of Honey Chicken and Rice. And for those longing for weather warm enough to fire up the grill, her recipe for spareribs can be made in the crock pot until spring temperatures return. more

January 2014

January 2014 Country Kitchen

On New Year’s Day, people around the world prepare for a fresh start. For Southerners, starting 2014 off right begins with a full stomach… but not just any meal will do. more

December 2013

December 2013 Country Kitchen

Tables covered with home-cooked food always bring people together, particularly during holidays. From traditional comfort foods of family gatherings at old home places, to the festive offerings at parties with friends, food lovingly prepared for Christmas celebrations is always special. Kitchen nostalgia often runs deep this time of year, but there’s always room for a new twist on a classic dish or perhaps a new tradition to add to the season’s merriment. more

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