Browse our collection of spring recipes featuring seasonal ingredients such as strawberries and asparagus.
Support Tennessee’s dairy farmers with deliciously easy cheese recipes.
These sugary recipes are sure to sweeten up your Valentine’s Day. From red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting to a strawberry sheet cake made with mashed sweetened strawberries and strawberry jello, you’ll fall in love with these recipes.
Karen Norton’s Strawberry Sheet Cake Recipe has taken off with over 250,000 views and 76 comments. See the baker’s reaction on her recipe’s popularity.
Try one of these delicious egg recipes to celebrate National Egg Month in January.
Celebrate Santa’s favorite snack with sweet and savory cookie recipes, along with baking and packaging tips.
Find great winter seasonal recipes for your holiday parties, family dinners or edible gifts.
Discover more about baking with honey and how you can substitute the product for sugar.
Celebrate the holidays with seasonal flavors and delicious desserts perfect for gift-giving.
Discover what’s fresh and in-season with these fall recipes. Make the most out of produce like apples, figs and winter squash, which are at their peak during the season.
Americans celebrate National Bacon Day Sept. 3, and it’s no wonder — the average American will eat more than 17 pounds of bacon each year. Check out these other facts and some delicious bacon recipes including Maple Brown Sugar Bacon and Mini Bacon, Basil and Tomato Sandwiches.
Learn how to pick the right pumpkin for baking or carving.
Be prepared for Thanksgiving dinner with helpful turkey tips for the big meal.
Preserve your summer bounty by canning fresh produce.
Celebrate the season with yummy fall recipes like Pumpkin Hazelnut Bars and Late Harvest Tomato Sauce.
Find simple and tasty cookout recipes for the summer.
Try your hand at one of these easy summer recipes featuring seasonal ingredients like squash, blackberries and peaches.
Cool off this summer with recipes for ice pops, freezer pies, unusual ice cream flavors and other frozen desserts using Tennessee products.
Learn how to pick a watermelon at its peak from your local farmers market or roadside stand.
Learn how to preserve summer squash so you can enjoy it later.
Learn more about sorghum and what distinguishes it from molasses.
Show mom how much you love her with easy and delicious springtime Mother’s Day recipes.
Welcome the season with our collection of fresh and delicious strawberry recipes.
Get your fill of protein from a variety of delicious peanut recipes, including peanut butter chocolate cake balls, peanut slaw and parsley peanut pesto, plus other recipes featuring pecans and pistachios.
Make this delicious Fresh Egg Frittata with the abundance of eggs you’ll get from raising your own backyard chickens.
Incorporate this leafy green into your diet for an abundance of vitamins and minerals.
Adding spinach to your diet is one of the easiest ways to amp up the amount of vitamins and nutrients you get. This leafy vegetable is plentiful in the spring. Use it in one of these delicious and healthy spinach recipes. (Click the photo to view the full recipe.) What’s your favorite spinach recipe? Let…
Indulge in the fresh tastes of the garden with delicious salads like Napa Cabbage Salad, Zucchini, Corn and Tomato Salad, Mediterranean Orzo Salad, and Spinach Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette.
From classic Thanksgiving staples to twists on old stand-bys, we’ve rounded up ten delicious and festive recipes for your holiday table.
Start the new year off right with these healthy and delicious recipes.
Which grains are really considered whole grains? What is gluten? A look at some common misconceptions about grains will answer your questions.
Relieve weeknight stress with these easy and quick dinner recipes. Be sure to stock your pantry with kitchen staples for ultimate convenience.
Try one of these four quick fixes to spice up a boring weeknight dinner dish.
Celebrate the fall apple harvest with delicious recipes and interesting facts about this all-American fruit.
June is National Dairy Month. Celebrate with recipes featuring dairy products, from cheese to milk to yogurt, breakfast to dessert.
Find berry picking tips as well as recipes including Overnight French Toast With Mixed Berries, Wilted Spinach Salad With Blackberries and Goat Cheese, Chicken Thighs With Blueberry Salsa, Lamb Chops With Summer Berry Mint Sauce and Raspberry Lime Tart.
For your Easter dinner menu planning, consider these recipes. From the Tennessee Home & Farm-famous Coca-Cola Country Ham recipe, to potato salads, vegetables and pies, these recipes will please the whole family.
Tara Guider won Best Dairy Recipe at last year’s Moofest in Athens, Tennessee, for her Sour Cream Enchiladas.
Country legend Dale Evans’ specialty was this simple salad recipe, which her daughter Cheryl Rogers-Barnett contributed to the All-American Cowboy Grill cookbook.
Our herb-inspired culinary creations are Herb Pasta Primavera, Sicilian Heirloom Carrots, Herb-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin and Rosemary Goat Cheese Muffins, plus a bonus recipe, Rosemary Citrus Shortbread Cookies.
Bea’s Chicken and Dumplings recipe beat out your favorite signature Tennessee foods in the battle for the March Madness championship title: Ultimate Taste of Tennessee.
February is National Hot Breakfast Month! Indulge in the celebration with some of these warm and delicious menu items like Asparagus, Spinach and White Cheddar Frittata, Fresh Strawberry Muffins, and Huevos Rancheros.
A good homemade broth benefits soups, sauces and a variety of other dishes. Learn more about the benefits of cooking with broth and the ingredients that go into it.
A Hamilton County Farm Bureau member’s Sweet Potato Casserole Biscuits won the top prize in the dessert biscuits category and the overall Grand Prize at the 2011 International Biscuit Festival.
Fifth-grader Marissa Brown won the 4-H Cook-off at the National Cornbread Festival earlier this year in South Pittsburg with her recipe for “Berry” Delightful Cornmeal Cake.
As much as we love sausage balls and cheese logs, sometimes it’s good to think out of the box and supplement your menu with new ideas. These recipes offer just that – a fresh perspective on holiday eats.
Many people think popcorn, sweet corn and field corn are on in the same – but they’re not. Learn more about popcorn in celebration of National Popcorn Poppin’ Month in October. These recipes include Espresso Popcorn, Sweet and Hot Popcorn, Caramel Almond Popcorn Clusters, and Cranberry-Orange Caramel Popcorn.
There are few things more delicious — and more deep fried — than food at state fairs. Here are some of our favorite fair-inspired recipes.
No meat? No problem! Here are some of our favorite vegetarian-friendly dinner ideas that are sure to satisfy even the biggest appetites. These recipes include Mediterranean Spinach Quiche, Baked Stuffed Acorn Squash, Stuffed Peppers, Eggplant, Mozzarella and Pesto Gratins and Farmers Market Stir-Fry.
Our tailgating recipes – including apple-themed variations on pizza, baked beans and fall-themed salad – win with great taste and good health.
Whether preparing for a summer cookout or having friends over for the big game, these dips and salsas are great for big groups — or delicious enough to enjoy on your own. These dips and salsa recipes include Zesty Corn and Black Bean Salsa, Pumpkin Cheesecake Dip, Crab Dip, Spicy Summer Salsa, Baked Pumpkin Cheese Dip and Eggplant and Bell Pepper Dip.
Think outside of the pie plate with this nutrient-rich cucurbit. Our recipes include Henrietta’s Pumpkin Bread, Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins, Pumpkin Pancakes and Nancy’s Best Ever Pumpkin Bars.
Grab that red and white checkered blanket and head outside. We’ve got a collection of flavorful recipes to fill your picnic basket and satisfy your appetite. From Salmon Caesar Wraps and Toasted Turkey and Brie Sandwiches to Easy Salt Pickles, Watermelon Tomato Salad and a delicious Summer Slaw.
Potato salads, deviled eggs, baked beans and more recipes perfect for your next potluck or family reunion.
Whether on the stove top, in the oven or over a fire, cooking with cast iron is a southern tradition with a delicious list of recipes. Classic Fried Catfish, Buffalo Chicken Dip, Broccoli Cheese Cornbread and Harvest Pork Chops are just some of these great dishes.
Celebrate this fall-harvested fruit with flavorful recipes for Pear Cranberry Chutney, Arugula and Pear Salad With Pine-Nut Crusted Goat Cheese, French Green Bean Salad With Pears and Parmesan, and Caramelized Pear Tarts.
Pull out this clip-and-cook meal of Parmesan-crusted chicken breasts, green bean bundles and lemon-thyme rice pilaf for a speedy weeknight dinner.
Whether fresh from the garden or in the middle of winter, nothing helps breathe life into your dinner menu like a few delicious vegetable side dishes. From horseradish mashed potatoes, roasted asparagus and marsala carrots to risotto with peas, fresh corn salad and an Italian squash medley, these dishes bring color and flavor that your family will eat up.
Looking for something to satisfy that sweet tooth? This variety of dessert recipes is sure to sweeten up your kitchen. These recipes include Sour Cream Pound Cake, Carrot Cake Cupcakes, several varieties of chocolate chip cookies and Turtle Brownies. And for more recipes, you’ll find links to our larger sweet collections.
July is National Ice Cream Month! Celebrate with some of these cool flavors including Blueberry Ice Cream, Handmade Butter Pecan Ice Cream, Fresh Peach Ice Cream and Watermelon Raspberry Sorbet.
July is National Blueberry Month because it is the peak of the harvest season. Enjoy this summer berry with these deliciously sweet recipes including Blueberry Buckle Coffee Cake, Blueberry Dump Cake, Fruit Tarts, Panna Cotta, Fresh Berry Pie, Blueberry Swirl Ice Pops and Blueberry Ice Cream
Whether you’re sticking it on a skewer, a bun, on a plate of pasta, or cooking it on a plank, these flavorful seafood recipes make for a perfect summer dinner. Try your hand at plank cooking with Cedar-Plank Roasted Salmon, substitute that hamburger with a grilled thai tuna patty, and enjoy your delicious shrimp glazed or tossed with pasta.
Looking for something to top off your dish? Try one of these delicious spreads, relishes or chutneys to give your dinner an extra boost.
Whether you’re looking for a recipe to warm up those cold winter days or a dinner idea that will keep you cool on hot summer nights, these hearty soups have something everyone will like. These recipes include Squash and Sausage Soup, Creamy Tomato Basil Soup, Carrot and Ginger Soup, Garden Vegetable Soup, Quick and Easy Turkey Noodle Soup, Gazpacho, Chilled Melon Soup, Lemon Artichoke Soup and more.
Celebrate the season’s bounty with this meal of shrimp and veggie pasta, tomato and field peas with garlic aioli, and cabbage-apple slaw.
Enjoy the freshness of your local farmers’ fare with a few of these surprisingly easy treats.
Guests are so sweet on the blueberry topping served at Bonnie Blue Inn that the owner agreed to share her recipe and canning instructions.
Looking for something to satisfy that sweet tooth without leaving you feeling guilty? These recipes treat you to all those sweet, healthy fruits you’ve been eying in the produce section and at your local farmers market. Fruit salads, banana salad, curried fruit and apple bourbon turnovers.
Looking for a dinner idea that your entire family will enjoy? These recipes compliment that chicken, pork and steak you’ve got sitting in your refrigerator just waiting to be cooked. These recipes include Glazed Pork Medallions with Asparagus, Grilled Thai Beef Burgers, Ginger-Soy Flank Steak, Mushroom and Beef Kabobs, Cilantro Lime Chicken and Ribbon Meat Loaf.
When the temperature warms and the flowers are in full bloom, there’s no better way to enjoy the summer than by dining al fresco on Mediterranean Pasta Salad, Marinated Tomato and Cucumber Salad and Salmon Caesar Wraps.
Our dietitian-approved summer cookout and picnic recipes highlight favorites such as sweet corn and watermelon. Try Watermelon Tomato Salad with Feta Cheese, Zesty Corn and Black Bean Salsa and Grilled Thai Beef Burgers.
Tennessee Home & Farm’s step-by-step process for cooking a country ham in Coca-Cola. Originally published in the magazine in December 2001, this recipe is still popular with readers. In time for Easter, this recipe will take a few days to complete.
Some say good dining involves a magnificent piece of beef, others hope for a satisfying sweet, but a few freshly cut herbs can improve the flavors of any ingredient.
Gather your friends for a colorful spring brunch with a spread of Pineapple Berry Boats, Sausage and Red Pepper Strata and Monkey Bread.
Settle in for some serious hoops with these easy snacks.
Add a little originality to Mother’s Day by trying your hand at something homemade. Even if concocting something special in the kitchen isn’t exactly your style, we’ve got a few easy recipes on hand to make the process go smoothly.
Entertaining guests? Impress them before dinner even hits the table with these simple recipes that are bursting with flavors. Go Southern with Fried Green Tomatoes, spice it up with Chili Cheese Rolls or enjoy a delicious twist on a classic with Mini BBTs.
Learn how to make this easy yet elegant chicken dinner recipe by watching this step-by-step video.
Armed with cast iron pots, hearty vegetables and plenty of beef, five finalists battled it out to win the beef stew cook-off. Find the recipes here.
When the temperatures drop, curl up by the fire with family and friends and enjoy these delicious snacks. Recipes include Espresso Popcorn, Caramel Corn, Hot Spiced Tea, Apple Gingerbread and Peppermint Fudge.
Tasty homemade treats make thoughtful, inexpensive presents. These recipes for food gifts include biscotti, granola, spiced nut mix and Rolo pretzels.
Whether preparing a turkey for Thanksgiving or a ham for dinner any night of the week, these marinades and glazes are sure to add flavor and moisture to your favorite meats. For ham try the Bourbon Ham Glaze, Honey-Apricot Glaze or Horseradish Glaze. And for turkey the Marinade Mama Mia is bursting with flavors.
Even when the holidays are over, your fridge may still be filled with the remainder of that huge turkey. But your delicious holiday leftovers do not have to go to waste; in fact, you can create fun, tasty dishes that are a far cry from a simple sandwich.
Our recipes for Almond Shortbread Thumbprint Cookies, Oven Baked Apple Walnut Pancakes and Chocolate Fruit and Nut Clusters are fun to make and nutritious too.
Home cooking is the best cooking, and nowhere is that more evident than in Tennessee farm kitchens. From canned green tomatoes to cornbread salad, from classic fried catfish to country ham and cheese biscuits, tried-and-true recipes from members of the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation Women’s Committee are included in the group’s second cookbook, Country Classics…
These simple, nutritious recipes take advantage of the season’s bounty of green, red and orange fruits and vegetables.
Tasty, simple meal hits the spot no matter the time of day.
Winter recipes from casseroles to soups invite home cooks to cozy up with a warm meal.
From Chocolate Fried Pies to Key Lime Cake, these sweets hit the spot.
To many Tennesseans, a cast-iron skillet is considered just as precious as a great-grandmother’s quilt or a family photograph. Here are some recipes to go along with that family treasure.
Every Tennessean loves a country breakfast, but we’ve found some breakfast recipes packed with flavor, not fat.
Marianne Jones doesn’t grow just any old tomato – she’s out to grow every old tomato.