A refreshing, tangy coleslaw. This is my best attempt at recreating a popular local restaurant's recipe.
Black-eyed peas bring a Southern flair to a Latin favorite.
This dish has a long history, from the Acadians (who became the Cajuns) and then eventually to the U.S. Army. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Planning on frying up a turkey this year? Big Daddy Ed says "Inject that Turkey!" Stick this flavorful, southern marinade on the inside of the bird for the perfect deep fried turkey.
A mix of a red beer and a Bloody Mary can help calm your nerves from the night before.
As you work your way to the Texas cattle country, the rubs you typically use for pork just don't seem to have the heft needed for the rich flavor of beef. Here's a rub that I can imagine would be right at home on a cattle drive or an ex-president's little summer get-together. Not only will this rub add a wonderful complexity to your slow smoked brisket, beef ribs or even lamb shanks, but it is a fantastic seasoning to use on steaks and even burgers! Give it a try, and I promise you won't be sorry!