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Up the flavor of traditional bouillabaisse with Andouille sausage, corn, and potatoes
Main Dishes, Potato Recipes, Sausage Recipes, Seafood Recipes, Shrimp Recipes, Soup and Stew Recipes, Wine Recipes

Low Country Bouillabaisse Recipe

 

 Bouillabaisse is popular dish served in fine restaurants around the world. It is a hearty seafood stew filled with any variety of shellfish and fish. Low Country Boil (also known as Frogmore Stew), is a classic seafood soup from the South. Combine the two, and you have a true winner! […]

Buttermilk fried chicken is easy to make at home with these chef's secrets.
Chicken Recipes, Main Dishes

Buttermilk Fried Chicken Recipe

 

 The Author Says: “This recipe is all about the brine, which is key when frying chicken for flavor and tenderness. The crispy golden brown outside complements the succulent meat inside.” –Grand Chef Jonathan Cartwright, Muse by Jonathan Cartwright at The Mayflower Grace, Washington, Connecticut Buttermilk Fried Chicken Recipe Brine: 2 […]

Apples and crunchy sweet pecans perk up baked Brussels sprouts.
Fruit Recipes, Nut Recipes, Side Dishes, Vegetable Recipes

Brussels Sprouts with Apple Butter Recipe

 

 Brussels sprouts are one of those vegetables that people love to hate, but many will come to tolerate or even love them as we get into our later years. This is due in part to our taste buds. These “tiny cabbages” have a robust flavor that cannot be denied. As […]

Blackcurrant wine marinade tenderizes and flavors while hare (rabbit).
Fruit Recipes, Game Recipes, Main Dishes, Wine Recipes

Hare with Blackcurrants Recipe

 

 For the hunters out there, turn hare into a gourmet feast with this savory and sweet marinade which not only tenderizes, but flavors the rabbit meat. If you do not have access to blackcurrants, try substituting huckleberries, redcurrants, boysenberries, lingonberries, or even blueberries, along with a corresponding sweet, fruity wine. […]

Peaches flavored with sweet tea put a new spin on peach cobbler.
Dessert Recipes, Fruit Recipes

Sweet Tea Peach Cobbler Recipe

 

 Peach cobbler is as Southern as sweet tea, so why not combine them? This winning twist on a classic is lip-smackin’ good, and it couldn’t be easier to make. Give this recipe a try for an old-fashioned dessert with new flair. The Author Says: “”My family and I were “pickers” […]

Spicy shrimp is served over creamy cheese grits.
Cheese Recipes, Seafood Recipes, Shrimp Recipes, Tomato Recipes

Shrimp and Grits Recipe

 

 I’m a Southern gal, and I was raised on grits. I love ’em! I think most of the grit-haters probably tried them for the first time on a lark at a restaurant as a side to breakfast. What they don’t know is that restaurants serve grits absolutely plain, with no […]

Nutty barley adds old-fashioned flavor to vegetable beef stew.
Beef Recipes, Main Dishes, Potato Recipes, Soup and Stew Recipes, Tomato Recipes, Wine Recipes

Barley Beef Stew Recipe

 

 This beef stew recipe is a throwback to my youth. I remember falling in love with barley as a kid. I used to pick pick those chewy little nuggets out of my canned beef vegetable soup and savor each one individually. Barley was not a popular grain in my area […]

Deliciously moist root beer cake is made with real beer.
Cake Recipes, Dessert Recipes

Not Your Father’s Root Beer Cake Recipe

 

 Not Your Father’s Root Beer Cake takes advantage of one of the many new craft beers that taste like old-fashioned root beer. A root beer cake that uses real beer? Yes! I tried Not Your Father’s Root Beer a couple of months ago. Surprisingly, it tastes exactly like root beer […]