This Cinnamon Sorghum Custard Pie recipe is based on one found in a Charleston, SC newspaper. If you have never tried sorghum syrup, I highly recommend seeking some out and then making this pie recipe. Sorghum syrup is amber-colored and complex. It tastes a bit like molasses but without bitterness. It is a flavor like no other, and I think you will love it! | pastrychefonline.com
These cookies are very flavorful, not at all like the typical oatmeal cookie. If Sorghum isnt available in your neck of the woods, you can certainly substitute Molasses. For those that like raisins or chocolate chips, add as necessary. Some of our family doesnt appreciate the taste of chips or raisins, so I make some plain, and some with.
"All About Growing Sorghum" Growing sorghum is as simple as growing corn, and you can choose between growing grain sorghum (milo), sorghum varieties known as broom corn, or sweet sorghum for making into sorghum syrup. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS