Country Sausage GravyBy Ginny's TeamWe had such a great time on the Ginny's Southern Tour in September 2013, and we often sit around and chat about the memories we made. A lot of the times, those memories revolve around food. Not many dishes are more southern than biscuits and gravy. Try this Country Sausage Gravy with your favorite biscuit recipe next time you're craving some southern comfort food.Easy Sweet Deep Fry BatterBy Ginny's TeamHave you ever been eating one of your favorite meals or snacks and wondered, "I wonder what this would taste like battered and fried?" We sure have here at the Ginny's House. To feed our imagination (literally), we set up a Fry-Day. Ginny's Team members brought in their favorite snacks, we heated up the deep fryers, and we fried... everything. But deep frying isn't as fun or tasty if you don't have a good batter. Laura, our customer service liaison, whipped up a beer batter to dunk our favorite treats in.Easy Homemade ApplesauceBy Ginny's TeamNothing quite tastes like easy homemade applesauce in the fall: crisp apples, a hint of cinnamon, and the simple flavors that remind us of our childhood. This homemade applesauce is about as low-key as it can get. Just throw the ingredients in a pot, cook, and then blend. Cue simple fall deliciousness!Cranberry Orange SauceBy Ginny's TeamCranberry orange sauce is a sweet and tasty side for any Thanksgiving meal, but the real benefit is in the preparation: this recipe only takes three ingredients and about twenty minutes to make. Another plus? Cranberry orange sauce will keep up to a week in the fridge, so feel free to make it way ahead of time or in the half hour before the main meal.Cranberry Sauce with PineappleBy Ginny's TeamSweet cranberry sauce with pineapple is a great twist on the traditional tang of cranberries. You'll love the fact that there's only three simple ingredients and a prep-and-cooking time of less than 20 minutes. Your family will love the surprising sweetness of pineapple mixed with classic cranberries! Make this cranberry sauce with pineapple up to three days beforehand or right before a Thanksgiving feast.