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True grits event tests uninitiated N.C. Museum of History serves up Southern culture and red-eye gravy recipe By SARAH AVERY, Staff Writer Published: Sep 27, 2004 As museum fare goes, eating grits wasn't as exotic as taste-testing cockroaches or mealworms, but those who turned out Sunday for the N.C. Museum of History's program on "Fixin' [...]


Grampa’s Cats

Catfish, mmm...mmmm...GOOD! We’ll share this: Its new location in Southwest Little Rock reels them in. Arkansas Times Staff Updated: 12/9/2004 Ah, the catfish fillet. Food of the Gods, and yet, something of a stumbling block for reviewers like Yours Truly. See, unlike pizza, or cheese dip, or even a porterhouse steak — all of which [...]

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Three’s A Charm

Five meat-n-threes to feed your Southern soul BY BILL ADDISON Whenever I want to remind my stomach that Atlanta is indeed in the heart of the South, I head for one of the city's venerated meat-n-threes. Just the designation "meat-n-three" immediately evokes a sequence of images: a modest storefront, the interior of which suggests mid-20th-century [...]

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Tea Fried Chicken

Southern fried chicken to a tea Two Dixie staples meld for sweet feast John T. Edge is a rising star in the food world. And he's going to offer us a personal lesson on the right way to fry chicken. Today's recipe is sweet tea fried chicken, his "house" chicken, the chicken he fries for [...]

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Boiled Peanuts

Boiled peanuts;  mushy, messy, a Southern tradition. By ALLISON BALLARD, The Associated Press WILMINGTON, N.C. -- People unaccustomed to eating boiled peanuts have doubts about the practice. You try to eat one for the first time, digging your way past the soggy, brine-soaked hull, only to have the thing squirt you. And, on first taste, [...]

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Rosin Baked Taters

Pie in the Sky Having spent a good part of my life moving around the U.S. as an Air Force dependent, a sailor, and a nuclear professional, I have had many opportunities to learn about the regional foods in the areas where I have lived. Louisiana, by far, has the greatest variety of food, although [...]

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Pirates Cove

Hungry in Colquitt? Drop anchor at Pirates Cove Colquitt-- And just like all the other towns we've visited, Colquitt has some great places to eat. A local favorite, though, stands out. It's Helen's Pirates Cove. Hundreds of customers walk the plank, or well the bridge, into the Pirates' Cove. They're here for the down home [...]

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Wherefore Cornbread

by Ric Bohy 11/24/2004 You can get into dangerous territory when the subject is cornbread. It is, of course, a staple Southern dish. And if you’ve ever discussed Southern cooking with those who know something about it, you’re definitely getting into holy territory when this phrase comes up in the conversation: No self-respecting Southern cook [...]

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Taste of the South

Hoffman Launches Taste of the South Magazine BIRMINGHAM, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--There's more to Southern cooking than fried chicken and gravy-laden mashed potatoes. That's the philosophy behind Hoffman Media's October launch of Taste of the South, a magazine dedicated to providing quick, easy-to-prepare recipes for flavorful, Southern-style dishes. "Perhaps no other area of the U.S. has a [...]

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Love for Southern

Southern food is worshipped and wolfed down By Sarah Fritschner The Courier-Journal Fri, Oct 15, 2004 Stuffed. Like so many deviled eggs, the participants of the Southern Foodways Alliance symposium last week in Oxford, Miss., partook of lectures and song, but mostly partook of Southern cuisine. More than 250 Southern food enthusiasts met and ate [...]

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