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Southern Staple

PECANS ARE UBIQUITOUS throughout the South during the winter, just in time for those holiday sides and desserts. Available both in-shell and shelled, Louisiana pecans add unmistakable flavor and crunch to many of the season’s best recipes, like pralines, pies, and sweet potato casserole. Here, we’ve come up with three exciting ways to incorporate pecans into your cooking this season with recipes for stuffed acorn squash, pork tenderloin, and muffins.

PECAN RICE-STUFFED ACORN SQUASH

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