From the classic Southern-style meat and three, to sweet and rich deserts like Buttermilk Pie, from Lowcountry to Creole to Soul, Southern food is as diverse as it is popular. And most of all, it’s about making the most of what’s in season and growing nearby.
Deep South Chicken and Dumplings
Y’all will certainly come back for more of this home-style stewed chicken, ya’ hear?
Chunky Black Bean Soup
A hearty vegetarian black bean soup with plenty of flavor and stick-to-your-ribs comfort.
Cinnamon-Raisin Bread Pudding
There are few comfort foods more quintessential than warm bread pudding.
Rheinlander Bakery’s King Cake
Between the brilliant colors and the hunt for the hidden trinket, it’s easy to forget how delicious this cinnamon-swirled buttery cake is.
This is one crunchy cat you’ll be glad to have in your home. The succulent flesh of the fish is accented with cheese, toasty hazelnuts and herbs.
Dairy Hollow House Skillet-Sizzled Cornbread
Old-fashioned buttermilk cornbread warms heart, body and soul—and served warm, slathered with sweet melted butter it’s transcendant.
Fried Green Tomatoes with Peach Chutney
The juicy acidity of the tomatoes is balanced by the sweet and spicy chutney in a famous classic that oozes Southern charm.
Dutch Oven Cherry Cobbler
Build a medium fire in a charcoal grill, using about 26 charcoal briquettes. Drain cherries and reserve juice. Combine cherries and brown sugar in a…