A delicious fried chicken strips recipe that you’ll be proud to serve to your whole family. Serve these up with some mashed potatoes for some good, down-home eating.
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.
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 […]
If you were raised in the South, you grew up eating stewed potatoes at least a couple of times a month, if not every week. Served with cornbread and blackeyed peas, stewed potatoes were a real treat from any old Southerner’s proper childhood.
Who doesn’t love chocolate pie? But if you’ve only had store-bought chocolate pie, you don’t know what you’re missing. This old-fashioned baked chocolate pie recipe will quickly become a favorite of your family, and a dessert your kids will tell their kids about.
The beauty of a great meat loaf is often its simplicity, and Mama Peggy’s simple meatloaf was legendary. That’s the hallmark of good, Southern cooking, and this old-fashioned recipe is a perfect example. When meatloaf is good, it’s heavenly. Always in the top ten on comfort foods lists.
A classic American dish (and a Peggy’s Restaurant favorite) that you don’t often find in restaurants (unless it is a cafeteria) is stuffed bell peppers. They are basically a sort of meatloaf stuffed into bell peppers and baked in the oven. Done right, they’ll make your mouth water.
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