THE FACTORY + ALABAMA CHANIN 42/52 | 2019

“We must have pie. Stress cannot exist in the presence of a pie.” ― David Mamet

Today, October 14th, is National Dessert Day. In honor of this scrumptious holiday, this week we share some of our favorite dessert recipes from the Journal and the histories behind a few of the most famous and well-loved Southern desserts.

Honey-Lemon Ginger-Molasses Marble Cookies

“Chess Pie History”

Red Velvet Cake + Cream Cheese Frosting

The History of Ambrosia

Red Beet Sorbet

“The Story of a Charleston, S.C. Restaurant and its Legendary Coca-Cola Cake”

Potato Candy

The History of Lane Cake

Miniature Moon Pies

“It Turns Out That German Chocolate Cake is Actually From Texas, Not Germany!”

Natalie’s Apple Crisp

@ Alabama Chanin

Join us for a morning of making and fellowship during Third Tuesdays tomorrow at The Factory.

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