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Celebrate this holiday with these bold and colorful recipes, perfect for a crowd.
This jazzy gumbo is great for a celebration. A deep, coppery-brown roux and slices of okra are the secret to the dish's rich flavors.
Fresh pork hocks make this black-eyed pea recipe hearty enough for your main course -- simply serve it over rice. Crushed red pepper adds a dash of heat.
Served over fluffy white rice, this tomato-based shrimp stew is rich and flavorful. You can adjust the amount of cayenne pepper to make this recipe mild or flaming hot.
You can use sweet potatoes, yams, or white potatoes for this versatile side dish that's sure to please any holiday crowd.
To save time, bake these fluffy biscuits in the morning and reheat them just before dinner. For extra fluffiness, make them with homemade baking power. (Sift 1/4 cup cream of tartar with 2 tablespoons baking soda 3 times. Store 6 to 8 weeks in tightly sealed jar at room temperature, away from sunlight.)
Simmered in butter, onions, and garlic, these greens are a delicious, holiday-worthy side.
This recipe mixes regular cornmeal and stone-ground cornmeal, creating a cornbread that's uniquely tender and firm at the same time.