As millions of Americans get ready to commemorate Memorial Day and welcome summer, the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reminds people to keep it safe this weekend: follow the latest CDC guidance for COVID-19 and remember your food safety practices.
Check out these past winning National Cornbread Cook-off recipes and more at www.MarthaWhite.com/recipes. Join the Martha White community at www.Facebook.com/MarthaWhiteBaking and www.pinterest.com/marthawhite. Featured recipes are Tennessee Onion Soup Gratin and Harvest Apple Cornbread Panzanella.
Here is the 2013 Martha White® Holiday Muffin Mix Challenge winning recipe by Joanna C. of Whiteville, Tenn., who was named Grand Prize Winner and the Crowd Pleasers Category Winner for her Peanut Butter Cup Icebox Pie.
The third-place winner, Susan R. of Round Rock, Texas, took home $1,000 for her Ultimate Southern Grilled Cheese Sandwich in the 2014 Martha White®/Lodge® Cast Iron National Cornbread Cook-Off.
Southern Corn Meal Cookies are essentially buttery sugar cookies made with both flour and corn meal, which makes an incredible difference. This cookie is delicately crisp, with an interesting texture and an unexpectedly appealing rich grain flavor.
Many families are cooking at home now more than ever due to COVID-19. Janice Lopez-Munoz, Public Affairs Specialist for the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service, spoke to the Dillon Herald recently about the best practices for food safety during preparation, with leftovers, and with take-out food.
Every year, millions of Americans commemorate Memorial Day to honor the sacrifices so many have made to protect our country. This holiday weekend might not be like past years, so while we keep public health recommendations in mind, let’s not forget food safety practices to prevent foodborne illnesses.
As the holidays approach, our thoughts turn to cooking and baking for family and friends. The archives of the South Carolina Historical Society (SCHS) contain a wonderful collection of family recipes, or “receipts” as they were frequently called.