Folks in the Carolinas love their hush puppies. You can find hush puppies in other states, but they’re just not the same. Carolina hush puppies are as unique as Carolina barbecue. And just as habit forming!
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This baked beans recipe is more work than some others, but the first time you taste slow-cooked baked beans, you’ll agree they’re worth the trouble! This is how grandma made them, for family reunions and picnics.
No recipe collection is complete without sweet potato casserole. But the debate continues. Is it a side dish? Or is it a dessert? We should make some and see if we can figure this out!
Whenever the subject of grits come up, Southerners quickly divide into politely disagreeable camps. Which are best? What’s the proper way to eat grits? Well, that depends. There are lots of different ideas about how to cook grits.
No proper Southern upbringing is complete without Fried Okra. It’s easy to make, and fried okra makes a wonderful side dish to just about any meal.
Here’s a no-fuss recipe for delicious apple butter, which you can partly make overnight while you sleep. It’s hard to beat good, old-fashioned slow-cooker apple butter 5.0 from 1 reviews Slow-Cooker Apple Butter Author: Peggy Chaney Recipe type: Side Dish Serves: 3 pints Prep time: 30 mins Cook time: 8 hours Total time: 8 […]
Any Southerner worth their salt has eaten so many butter beans in their lifetime it’s hard to know whether to list it as a main dish or a side dish. If you haven’t made a meal of butter beans over some fresh cornbread, you haven’t spent much time in the South.
Collard greens are such a regular part of traditional Southern diet that most cooks in the South don’t realize that some people need a recipe for it. Well, here you go. Collard greens done in Southern style.
A wonderful, refreshing veggie treat that’s virtually guilt free! Squares will be very moist. Awesome served with any meat, with a salad, soup, etc…..and I love them to have alone as a snack. If you’re not worried about carbs, you can eliminate the carbquik and use extra bread crumbs. I estimate each square has around […]
This is the recipe for the legendary sandwich chili that Mama Peggy served-up on burgers and hotdogs at Peggy’s Restaurant for almost 30 years. Folks in Kings Mountain, North Carolina, still talk about those burgers and hot dogs, and this chili was an essential ingredient. 5.0 from 1 reviews Peggy’s Restaurant Sandwich Chili Author: […]
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