Pork Ribs with Raspberry Sorghum Barbecue Sauce
These ribs incorporate two distinct cooking methods. First, the ribs are rubbed in a dry spice mixture, then cooked all day until tender. Next, they're slathered in a sweet and savory barbecue sauce made from fresh raspberries and sorghum syrup before they finally meet a hot grill. However, no worries if you're not able to get your grill going. An equally tasty alternative is to brush the ribs with the barbecue sauce right in the slow cooker, then cover, crank the heat up to high, and continue cooking for another 30 minutes. Either way, at the end of the day, you'll have a delicious, sticky, messy, lick-your-fingers-clean rack of ribs that will be a surefire hit. Click here to see 9 Mouthwatering Rib Recipes.
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Spiced Peanut Butter Cookies
These delicious peanut butter cookies, courtesy of Whole Foods Market, are perfect for the holidays; they’re flavored with warm, fragrant spices like cinnamon, ginger, and cloves.Click here to see more of our best cookie recipes.
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sorghum
Pop this gluten-free ancient grain on the stove top to create a snack just like popcorn. This granola can be added to cereal or groceries to add a new twist to an ordinary breakfast.Tip: Sorghum can be used in pilafs, salads, or any other recipe involving grains.Recipe courtesy of McCormick.
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Sorghum Pecan Pie
​Pecan pie is a classic dessert, especially for fall and winter get togethers. Sorghum lends its mild-sweet flavor to this southern variation.This recipe is courtesy of the wonderful Loveless Café, although this particular pie is not sold in their café.
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kale salad
Cask & Larder has provided this delicious Kale Salad featuring plums, apples, peaches, avocado, beets, and a simple, do-it-yourself Bacon Vinaigrette.
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Jackfruit BBQ
“Jackfruit can be ordered from the Internet, but I was determined to find it in Louisville. I looked at health food stores and specialty markets in my neighborhood with no luck. I was excited when I stumbled upon some at a large national grocery store in my mom’s neighborhood. It was in syrup, but I didn’t realize that this was not what I wanted for this dish. I went straight home and made some of the most sickeningly sweet ‘pulled pork’ you have ever had. I tried to eat it, but threw my sandwich away after two bites. Life is too short to waste a meal on something terrible. Darrick hates to waste food and so he forced down the entire sandwich. However, the next day he suggested we ‘share it’ with the neighborhood squirrels.I finally procured jackfruit in brine from an Indian grocery store next to our favorite Indian restaurant. We bought twenty cans, and so began the long journey of making vegan pulled pork. It took eleven attempts, but I finally perfected the recipe. The secret is baking the jackfruit with the slightly sweet BBQ sauce. The flavor deepens and caramelizes in the oven and the jackfruit takes on a slightly chewy texture.”— Damaris PhillipsThis recipe is courtesy of Southern Girl Meets Vegetarian Boy. You can buy the book here.Southern Girl Meets Vegetarian Boy © 2017 Damaris Phillips from Abrams
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While it may not be a regular part of your cooking vocabulary, sorghum is a sweet syrup that is a staple in Southern cooking. Georgian chef Ted Lahey of Table Main uses it in his glazed parsnips recipe to give them a unique, new taste. 
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Olive Oil Cake with Cherries and Dark Chocolate Chunks
There’s no disputing the exquisite flavor of extra-virgin olive oil in a host of savory dishes, but it is also worthy of praise as a key ingredient in desserts. This Italian-inspired cake — akin to rustic, sweet polenta cakes — is good-to-the-last-forkful proof. — Camilla Saulsbury, Bob’s Red Mill Everyday Gluten-Free Cookbook.
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Beef Ribs with Sorghum Glaze
A delicious sorghum glaze coats these tender beef ribs, which are a great barbecue alternative for those who don't want to eat pork. They're perfect for the Fourth of July or pretty much anytime the mood strikes during the summer.Click here to see 9 Mouthwatering Rib Recipes.
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pulled pork
“My brother Isaiah, Ike for short, makes unbelievable pulled pork. He carefully smokes the pork butt over the lowest imaginable heat for four hours before roasting it in the oven for an additional five to six hours. The result is undeniably delicious, but I do not have the patience for manning a smoker for that long and I am always out of wood chips, so I developed a pulled pork recipe that ‘cheats.’ Using liquid smoke eliminates the need for smoking and reduces the cooking time by almost half. Come to think of it, I am not sure what it ‘cheats,’ because it is not the flavor, that’s for sure!”— Damaris PhillipsThis recipe is courtesy of Southern Girl Meets Vegetarian Boy. You can buy the book here.Southern Girl Meets Vegetarian Boy © 2017 Damaris Phillips from Abrams
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Barbecue Oysters
Served with bourbon barbecue sauce and blue cheese rémoulade, these fried oysters offer delicious little bursts of flavor that will delight party guests. You'll want to make the barbecue sauce a few hours in advance to allow the flavors to meld, the rémoulade can be made just before serving, and the oysters, ideally, should be shucked and fried to order. Click here to see Mardi Gras: The Feast Before the Fast.
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This recipe for gluten-free pizza crust is the perfect canvas for cooking creativity. Top it with anything you like for a family-friendly dinner that is as fun to make as it is to eat.      Click here to see Land of the Gluten-Free: 10 Iconic American Recipes Without the Wheat
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