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Kay Fahey

  • Recipe


    I like this recipe just the way it is, but feel free to vary it by adding sautéed diced onions, jalapeños, or red bell peppers.

  • How-To

    Down-Home Spoonbread

    This classic southern side dish is both comforting and sophisticated

  • Recipe

    Pulled Golden Molasses Taffy

    Make this mouthwatering candy with a friend to help with the pulling. You’ll need a large uncluttered area for cooling and pulling the taffy. Don’t be tempted to use a…

  • How-To

    Making a Pair of Old-Fashioned Candies

    For the best homemade candy, grab a candy thermometer and a heavy pot and get ready to stir like mad

  • Recipe

    Boston Cream Candy

    Don't be tempted to use anything smaller than a 3-qt. pot for this delicious caramel fudge-like candy. You'll need the volume when the hot, sugary liquid foams up during cooking.

  • Article

    Tiny Pine Nuts Play a Big Role In Cooking

    These rich and buttery little nuts–which really do come from pine trees–add flavor and texture to everything from pasta to cookies

  • Recipe

    Parmesan-Crusted Green Tomato Gratin

    Slow roasting gives tart-tasting green tomatoes a smooth, mellow flavor. The Parmesan topping offers a nice contrast to the mellow tomatoes and sweet onions.

  • Recipe

    Fiery Green Tomato Salsa

    Grill or broil the green tomatoes and jalapeños to bring out the flavor in this tasty salsa. Serve with grilled chicken or fish, fajitas, or a bowl of corn tortilla…

  • Recipe

    Green Tomatoes Fried in Olive Oil

    This version of the classic calls for frying the tomatoes in olive oil instead of bacon fat.

  • Article

    Green Tomatoes, In and Out of the Frying Pan

    Crisp, citrusy green tomatoes are just as tasty in salsas and gratins as they are dipped in cornmeal and fried

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