Tag Archives: southern

Apple Cobbler

We’re guest blogging over at Raymund’s Ang Sarap today. Check out our recipe there.

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Sunday Suppers: Farmers Market Specials

We’re knee deep in okra and the purple hulls are showing up at the farmers market. This is a great Southern pairing. Don’t forget the sweet tea. Stewed Okra Purple Hulls Cheddar Cornbread Peach Cobbler

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Mustard and Molasses Pork Chops on the Grill

This is a simple marinade that works wonders on pork chops or pork loin. The pork chops can be bone in, but center loin chops work the best. Make sure they are at least 1 1/2-2″ thick. The chops can … Continue reading

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Sunday Suppers: A Southern Mashup

We still can’t say y’all with a straight face, but we do love Southern cuisine. Let’s do a little South of the Mason-Dixon mashup with this a la carte menu. Fried Green Tomatoes Fried Okra Jambalaya Shrimp with Redeye Gravy … Continue reading

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Potato Soup with Buttermilk and Garlic Scapes

Here is another great way to use those fantastic garlic scapes. Even better, this soup can be served cold if the days are getting hot. The cornbread should always be warm though. Potato Soup with Buttermilk and Garlic Scapes 2 … Continue reading

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A Little Bit of NOLA

Remember those super awesome creamy grits? This works really well with them. Raw crawfish can usually be found at a nicer supermarket or fish market. Cooked crawfish can be substituted for raw if need be. Add it and cook the … Continue reading

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Super Creamy Awesome Grits

Sometimes there just needs to be more fat in a dish. For regular grit preparation go here. Use the fancy stone ground grits for this dish. They can usually be found in a special burlap sack in the health food … Continue reading

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Grilled Rack of Lamb Two Ways

Grilling lamb chops individually reduces the cooking time and is a great way to boost the flavor of the meat. Make sure to have a good bed of coals and close the grill to reduce flare ups from the dripping … Continue reading

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Sunday Suppers: The Anything But Turkey Edition

Tired of turkey yet? Give it a few days if you said no. In the meantime, perhaps some fish and grits are in order. Trout Poached in Spicy Tomato Sauce OK, that rice is a nice, healthy side, but let’s … Continue reading

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Johnnycakes with Sorghum Butter

If you can’t get sorghum where you are, you can use honey. Or better yet, find a place that ships sorghum. Johnnycakes 1 cup cornmeal 1/2 cup flour 1 cup buttermilk plus more 2 tbsp boiling water 2 tbsp butter … Continue reading

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