Celebrate the fastest two minutes in sports with a make-ahead menu of modern Southern classics. (Fancy hat or bowtie optional)
In France, these delicate cheese puffs are typically made with gruyère, comté, or emmentaler. But in the South during Derby time, only one cheese will do.
Order an Uber, this one packs a punch.
Part of the world’s Ham Belt, Kentucky takes its country ham seriously. It’s not a Derby party without these savories.
A study in contrasts, radishes and butterbeans marry nicely tossed in an herby, lemony dressing. This salad is a fresh counterpoint to an otherwise rich menu.
The quintessential Derby snack with crudités or pretzels, beer cheese was popularized when a bar owner in Clark County, Kentucky, offered the spread gratis to stoke his patrons’ thirst for more beer.
What’s better than a deviled egg? One with a bright and briny pickled shrimp on top.
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