G’s Country Kitchen: Fine Home Cooking
Collard greens, black-eyed peas and fried green tomatoes reach deep into the soul of Southern cooking. Put them alongside fried chicken or battered catfish, and the meal is complete.
The Faulkner Of Food
Drawing on his own Dixie roots, appetite for down-home cooking and proper education, John Edge commodified the idea that to understand the South is to understand its food, all that stuff cooked up in backyards, juke joints and Mama’s kitchen.
A Whistle Away
If the term "meat and three" originated in the South, there’s a good chance it might have started at the Irondale Cafe, a no-frills restaurant that’s been serving up Southern cooking and hospitality of one sort or another for more than 75 years.
Forget The Super Bowl – Go To Jacksonville For The Fried Chicken
Patriots and Eagles supporters may come and go, but fried chicken will always have diehard fans.
Southern Hospitality, Traditional Favorites, And Family Recipes On The Menu At Cora’s
Restaurants often tout their "home cooking" philosophy, but few can pull it off like Cora. The Ghent eatery run by Nancy Cobb is a culinary snapshot of her family and her love of Southern foods.
Cooking With A Southern Drawl
JW’s Southern Fixins puts just the right accent on lunch, but breakfast is another matter.
Grampa’s Catfish Rules
The catfish fillet is almost impossible to screw up. The Lord saw that it was good, and then He rested. Case closed
Southern Fried Chicken To A Tea
The author of the book, Fried Chicken: An American Story, about iconic American foods, says if you want to know a culture examine its dinner plates.
Pie In The Sky
The Moon Pie is a double-decker, chocolate-coated, marshmallow-filled, goody made by the Chattanooga Bakery, designed specifically to compliment an ice cold Royal Crown Cola.
You can get into dangerous territory when the subject is cornbread. It is, of course, a staple Southern dish.
Southern Food Is Worshipped And Wolfed Down
More than 250 Southern food enthusiasts met and ate the food of their dreams.
A Song For You
Meet a Southern chef who is known for her culinary skills, her beautiful gospel voice and her special relationship with her customers.
Southerners Loyal To Their Fried Cooking
If it’s Southern, it must be fried, right? Not exactly. Southern food is about vegetables, too, including the greens, sweet potatoes and beans that aren’t usually fried.
Peanut Tarts, Chips And Crackers To Hit Grocery Store Shelves Soon.
Peanut lovers, ready your taste buds! Three new snack foods are a step closer to your supermarket’s snack food shelves.
Corn And Shrimp Soups Colorful, Simple, Savory
Corn and shrimp soup probably evolved from the fresh vegetable stews cooked in a skillet that were prepared in many Southern kitchens.
Recipes Tell The Tale Of A Culinary Artist
After the Civil War, in the low country of North Carolina, grits were all people had. Because shrimp were easy to catch, and people made their own ketchup, they often ate a dish combining the three ingredients.
True Grits Event Tests Uninitiated
The vaunted place that grits have in Southern cooking is actually the essence of American melting pot culture.
Three’s The Charm
Most places these days actually offer a meat-based entree with two vegetable sides as their standard plates. But meat-‘n’-three has a better ring to it, so it’s the nickname that’s stuck.
Boiled Peanuts _ Mushy, Messy _ Are A Southern Tradition
People unaccustomed to eating boiled peanuts have doubts about the practice. On the first taste, the prize doesn’t seem worth the effort.
Hungry In Colquitt? Drop Anchor At Pirates Cove
if you don’t believe the customers, ask the cooks. "When you come to Pirate’s Cove, you get good Southern homemade cooking with the best Southern Hospitality to go along with it."
Hoffman Launches Taste Of The South Magazine
Taste of the South is a magazine dedicated to providing quick, easy-to-prepare recipes for flavorful, Southern-style dishes.
In The South Food Equals Gracious Hospitality
In the South, food is the centerpiece of our hospitality.
Preaching The Gospel Of Authentic Southern Cuisine
With a style all his own, Chef Joe Randall preaches the gospel of authentic, Southern cuisine to all comers. He shares his heritage and Southern culture with visitors from all over the world.
There’s A Place At The Table For All Nashvillians As Swett’s Turns 50
"People in the South love their fried chicken, turnip greens, candied yams. They like it regardless of their ethnic background."