Learn how to buy, clean, cut and cook Southern Style Collard Greens.
Broiled Salmon over Parmesan Cheese Grits - a deliciously simple way to shake up your weekly menu!
Pulled Brisket Sandwiches: The perfect antidote for chicken saladitis.
Crab legs at Neptune's Net in Malibu, CA
Giant Buttermilk and Cheddar Biscuits
Old fashioned Southern caramel cake cupcakes inspired by The Help.
Blackberry Buttermilk Pie Bars - too good, must make!
Celebrate the end of summer with some awesome Peachzza (recipe for sauce included!)
Classic Southern Squash Casserole
Warm and buttery…Southern-style Mediterranean Chicken Biscuits
Creamy, Dreamy Southern Style Grits
Porch Crawlers! A summery cocktail to get your Labor Day party started.
Vegan fried okra, a perfect end to summer.
What to do with end-of-season green tomatoes? Fried Green Tomatoes, Two Ways
Spice up your life with wontons in chili oil and other Sichuan snack foods at No. 1 Noodle House in Rowland Heights, CA.
Shrimp etouffee, a Creole favorite.
Peach tea cupcakes with lemon cream cheese frosting,
Southern Fried Green Tomatoes With Ranch Dressing and Bacon
Classic Southern Deviled Eggs
3 veggie plate, and a recipe for faux-Tabasco hot sauce
From Market Restaurant in Raleigh, NC-Creme Fraiche Cheesecake, topped w/ bourbon-vanilla peaches
Root beer cupcakes with root beer buttercream. If you like root beer you'll love these rich, unique cupcakes.
Nashville-style spicy fried chicken at Peaches Hothouse in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.
A southern classic - fried green tomatoes
SOUTHERN-STYLE ICE TEA
What do southern belles eat? Banana Pudding of course! Take that Paula Deen!
True Southern food - Macaroni and Cheese
Hot Boiled Peanuts, a traditional Southern treat.
Watermelon Rind Pickles with Garam Masala & Jalapeno. It's the little things that make a meal special.
I added a little sugar and beautiful blueberries to an otherwise traditional Cornbread.
Shrimp and Cheese Grits
Grilled sockeye salmon with creamy blue cheese grits and bacony beet greens.
Shrimp and Grits From Cider Beans, Wild Greens, and Dandelion Jelly by Joan E. Aller