A few weeks after the elections, in a much-needed gesture of goodwill, I apologized to millions of Americans for having mispronounced “pecan.” No, it wasn’t easy to eat a piece of my own humble pie. Both blunder and apology came during guest spots on the radio show “All Things Considered.” A year ago, in response […] read more
Pecan Pie in 5 Easy Steps The National Pecan Shellers Association Shares Holiday Recipes Atlanta, Ga. – Nov. 15, 2016 – The holidays aren’t quite complete without having a traditional pecan pie on your dessert table. This rich delicacy is most often served between Thanksgiving and New Year’s and is a long-held Southern favorite. From […] read more
Sneak Peak! PRAISE THE PECAN! Southern Farm & Garden takes an inside look at The Pecan. Begin with an excerpt from James McWilliams book, The Pecan, a History of America’s Native Nut. Pecan trees were thriving in southern North America when Native Americans crossed the Bering Strait, or perhaps entered by boat farther down the Pacific […] read more
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