• Food,  Recipe

    State Dish Showdown!

    We all know that Southerner’s have a corner on some of the best food offered in the United States. All you have to do is click the link below, pick you state and then choose from a list of front runners. If you don’t see your favorite, you can enter it on the list! So take a moment to cast your vote for the absolute favorite in your state! Vote For America’s Iconic Dishes for a Chance to Win BIG! Every state has an iconic dish. It may be rich in history, include area ingredients, or simply be loved by locals. Some states may have clear winners, but in others,…

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    Burnt Sugar Cake

    Most southerner’s grew up eating Sunday dinner at Grandma’s house. To us, food is the center of social occasions and should be prepared to satisfy the taste buds, give comfort and to make the most of what’s available.  This burnt sugar cake originates from the colonial days and was a favorite dessert used to bring those old-time Sunday dinners to a close. 1 1/2 cups sugar 1/2 cup boiling water 2 eggs, separated 1/2 cup butter softened 1 tsp. vanilla 2 1/4 all-purpose flour 3 tsps. baking powder 1 tsp. salt 1 cup milk Heat 1/2 cup of the sugar in heavy 8-inch skillet, stirring constantly until sugar is melted and…

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    Iron Skillet Cornbread Dressing

    WARNING: This is real southern comfort cooking. You may gain a pound or two. Most Southerner’s prefer cornbread dressing to stuffing any day of the week. Here is a simple recipe used in many southern kitchens. Baking in iron skillet will give it a slightly crunchy bottom and top, and a very moist center, making it perfect to eat plain or doused with turkey gravy.       Combine the following together in a large bowl. No mixer required, just a big spoon. 8 cups of crumbled cornbread (day old is best) 2 cups of crumbled biscuits (not canned!) 2 cans of cream of chicken soup 2 eggs 1 cup…