Cuisine of the Southern United States
The cuisine of the Southern United States is the historical regional culinary form of states generally south of the Mason–Dixon line dividing Pennsylvania and Delaware from Maryland as well as along t...
Cuisine of the Southern United States - Wikipedia
How to Harvest a Stone Crab Claw
Recreational and commercial stone crab season runs from October 15th through May 15th each year in state and federal waters off the coast of Florida. To harv...
American alligator facts
All about the American alligator. Read this to find interesting American alligator facts about their evolution habits, habitats and diet
Eating Kale Is Making People Seriously Sick
Find out why this superfood is actually super-poisoning.
14 Mint Julep Recipes We Adore
Don't be fooled by the mint julep's sprig of mint and fancy pewter cup -- it is not a frilly cocktail. Made with a little bit of sugar, lots of ice and a heavy dose of bourbon, this refreshing drink a...
Quick And Easy Vegan Mac & Cheese
Pro tip: make enough for seconds.
How to Make a Tin Can BBQ Grill
How to make a barbecue. Great for an emergency BBQ or when camping. Add some charcoal and its good for cooking sausages, burgers, steak, chicken, kebabs, vegetables etc. I saw a picture of this somewh...
Soul Food: How to Cook Chitlins (Chitterlings) & Some Chitlin History
Need a recipe for cooking chitterlings for the first time? Here's how to cook chitlins or chitterlings and a little history of soul food. Great for Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's dinner.
El Cochinillo de Candido – Finally!
Suckling pig – those are magic words to those who have had it. True suckling pig is a rare treat in the United States. It is in Spain too, but there it is a delicacy that is well known and well appre...
List of foods of the Southern United States
This is a list of foods of the Southern United States. The cuisine of the Southern United States is defined as the historical regional culinary form of states in the Southern United States. Southern c...
List of foods of the Southern United States - Wikipedia
Cajun cuisine
Cajun cuisine (French: Cuisine cadienne) [kɥizin kadjɛn]. This style of cooking is named for the French-speaking Acadian people deported by the British from Acadia in Canada to the Acadiana region...
Cajun cuisine - Wikipedia
Louisiana Creole cuisine
Louisiana Creole cuisine is a style of cooking originating in Louisiana, United States which blends French, West African, Amerindian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian influences, as well as general S...
Louisiana Creole cuisine - Wikipedia
Lowcountry cuisine
Lowcountry cuisine is the cooking traditionally associated with the South Carolina Lowcountry and the Georgia coast. While it shares features with Southern cooking, its geography, economics, demograph...
Lowcountry cuisine - Wikipedia
Soul food
Soul food is a variety of cuisine popular in African-American culture. It is closely related to the cuisine of the Southern United States. The term may have originated in the mid-1960s, when soul was ...
Soul food - Wikipedia
Cuisine of Kentucky
The cuisine of Kentucky mostly resembles that of traditional Southern cuisine. Some common dinner dishes are fried catfish and hushpuppies, fried chicken and country fried steak. These are usually se...
Cuisine of Kentucky - Wikipedia
Wolf Brand Chili
Wolf Brand Chili is a brand of chili con carne currently owned by ConAgra Foods. It is available either with or without beans.
In 1895, a Mexican range cook working for Lyman T. Davis of Corsican...
Macaroni and cheese
Macaroni and cheese—also called "mac and cheese" or "cheese macaroni" in American English and Canadian English; "macaroni pie" in Caribbean English; and "macaroni cheese" in the United Kingdom, Austra...
Macaroni and cheese - Wikipedia
Wine and health
Wine and health is an issue of considerable discussion and research. Wine has a long history of use as an early form of medication, being recommended variously as a safe alternative to drinking water,...
Wine and health - Wikipedia
Boudin
Boudin ([budɛ̃], from Middle French boud—cold cut) describes a number of different types of sausage used in French, Belgian, German, Quebec, Acadian, Creole, Austrian and Cajun cuisine.
Boudin - Wikipedia
Biscuit (bread)
A biscuit (/ˈbɪskɪt/) in the United States and parts of Canada, and widely used in popular American English, is a small bread with a firm browned crust and a soft interior. They are made with baking p...
Biscuit (bread) - Wikipedia
Biscuits and gravy
Biscuits and gravy is a popular breakfast dish in the United States, especially in the South.It consists of soft dough biscuits covered in either sawmill or sausage gravy, made from the drippings of c...
Biscuits and gravy - Wikipedia
Blackening (cooking)
Blackening is a cooking technique used in the preparation of fish and other foods. Often associated with Cajun cuisine, this technique was popularized by chef Paul Prudhomme. The food is dipped in mel...
Shoepeg corn
Shoepeg corn is a cultivar of white sweetcorn valued for its sweetness. It is characterized by small, narrow kernels tightly and unevenly packed on the cob. The corn has a sweet, mild flavor. The most...
Tabasco sauce
Tabasco sauce is a brand of hot sauce made exclusively from tabasco peppers (Capsicum frutescens var. tabasco), vinegar and salt. It has a hot, spicy flavor.The sauce is produced by the US-based McIlh...
Tabasco sauce - Wikipedia
Pudding corn
Pudding corn (aka Puddin' Corn, Corn Pudding, Hoppy Glop, Corn Mash, Country Pudding) is a gelatinous food product prepared from stewed corn, water, any of various thickening agents, and optional addi...
Pudding corn - Wikipedia
Mush (cornmeal)
Mush — cornmeal pudding (or porridge) is usually boiled in water or milk. It is often allowed to set, or gel into a semi solid, then cut into flat squares or rectangles, and pan fried. Usage is especi...
Mush (cornmeal) - Wikipedia