When you remember the most significant moments of your life–graduations, birthdays, weddings, and even funerals–, it is possible the occasion marked by a gathering that included a cake. If you are Southern, the events must have included cakes.
You may remember the variety of cakes loved over the years, but the only one you probably never ate was the one served when you were born. The popularity of cake trends come and go along with American culture and society. The Americans love to jump on the bandwagon and have a piece of whatever everyone else is having.
Carrot Cake, in one form or another, has been around for centuries due to the simplicity of using carrots (along with other naturally sweet vegetables) instead of sugar. Sometime during or after World War II, if it was an increase of health-conscious public or a consequence of sugar rationing, the carrot cake “made a comeback” and was popular both in restaurants and at home.… Read the rest
The South is famous for many things, and desserts are definitely among those things. Many food enthusiasts will agree that there is no shortage of delicious desserts and treats in the Southern cuisine. Here are 10 Southern dessert recipes that are not only easy on the taste buds but also surprisingly easy to make at home.
Here are 10 Southern dessert recipes that are not only easy on the taste buds but also surprisingly easy to make at home.
1. Chess Pie
This old-fashioned Southern dessert is perfect for people who do not mind indulging in some extra sweetness. It is custard based and has a caramelized top that is made from simple and easy to get ingredients. The recipe serves 1.… Read the rest