The next recipe is a twist on a classic. Sweet potatoes are up there with turkey and biscuits on my list of holiday dinner necessities. Most holiday meals serve candied yams or sweet potato casserole. While this recipe is called a casserole, it’s more like a salad. Like how a tomato looks like a vegetable, smells like a vegetable, and tastes like a vegetable but it’s actually a fruit. This dish looks like a salad, has the texture of a salad, and has “dressing” like a salad but it is a casserole. How it looks doesn’t take anything away from the flavor. In fact, I think the change of scenery actually amplifies the taste. Similar to the last recipe, the way the sweet potatoes are presented in this casserole allows the whole dish to be experienced in every bite. The apples expand the range of flavors your tastebuds will discover in each bite. The drizzle is so sweet it will make you question if you are having dessert for dinner. The more traditional holiday flavors are found in the glaze, so it doesn’t seem out-of-place at the table. A bit of old and the bit of new allows this dish to be enjoyed by everyone this holiday season. Find the whole recipe inside the pages of the Pure Southern Honeybook out November 10th!