Potatoes are one of the most versatile dishes around: Fried, mashed, baked or stuffed – they are always delicious. These seven dishes are some of our favorites:
We’re convinced that the best places to eat while traveling are the ones recommended by friends, family and people who live in the area. It’s the surefire way to find hidden gems. We asked North Alabama locals about their favorite places to eat. Here’s what they said:
As the year wraps up, so does our 2014 calendar of food events. End 2014 on a delicious note with these final festivities!
We’re convinced that the best places to eat while traveling are the ones recommended by friends, family and people who live in the area. It’s the surefire way to find hidden gems. We asked a few Birmingham and Tuscaloosa natives about their favorite places to sit down and enjoy a meal. Here’s what they said: Read More >
Dessert lovers, rejoice! This list of Alabama’s top pies will satisfy any sweet tooth. The hardest part of such a luscious lineup? Deciding which one to try first. Read More >
From north to south, Alabama serves some of the best barbecue in the country. Smoked chicken drizzled with white sauce reigns supreme in some parts of the state, while tender, hickory-smoked ribs are considered the top dish in others. No matter how you like your ’cue, you’re sure to find it in the new book Alabama Barbecue: Delicious Road Trips. Read More >
Each year as the holidays draw near, we share some of our favorite Alabama food products with you to inspire your gift-buying for those special foodies in your life. From legendary Alabama food staples to brand-new products, we’ve included something for everyone on your list. And while you’re at it, you might as well add your favorites to a wish list of your own!
With the National Peanut Festival wrapping up in Dothan (the “Peanut Capital of the World”) this month, we’ve got these little legumes on the brain. Ready for some tasty trivia? We’re bringing you 10 peanut facts to elevate your Alabama food knowledge. Read More >