Your At-Home Masters Menu
The Masters Tournament takes place the first week of every April drawing golf’s biggest names and biggest fans alike to the hallowed grounds of Augusta National for a “tradition unlike any other.” Part of the experience is a stop at concessions where nothing on the menu is more than $4 and the legendary pimento cheese sandwich is only $1.50. But just because you’re not strolling the azalea-lined fairways doesn’t mean you can’t get a taste of the tradition at home. Recreate a few iconic Masters staples with these recipes from Augusta natives and historic cookbooks, and you’ll be transported to Amen Corner.
Wrap the classic recipe up in a green plastic baggie for the quintessential Masters walking lunch.
Crunchy and tangy, this fresh salad was popularized by the legendary Green Jacket Restaurant of Augusta. While the restaurant is no longer in business, its legacy lives on through this locally loved salad.
This three-ingredient egg salad recipe keeps things simple with finely diced eggs, mayo, and paprika.
The clubhouse’s Georgia Peach Ice Cream Sandwich sold at the Masters is a creation by Nashville-based Christie Cookie Co. reflecting the character of the course. Try this gelato cookie sandwich recipe for an at-home take on the classic.
Shared in the Augusta Junior League’s cookbook, “Teatime at the Masters,” this pound cake is as traditional as it gets.
The refreshing cocktail, named for the iconic blooms that surround the course, is a combination of pineapple juice, lemon juice, a spirit of your choice, and grenadine.
This alcoholic take on the The King’s namesake drink will have you feeling winning enough for your own green jacket.
- by TLP Editors
- by Amber Chase
- by Emily Havener