Deep South Dish: Southern Cornmeal Hoe Cakes. Grandma made these & I sure miss them - can't make them taste like hers.
An old fashioned, simple, chunky potato soup like Grandma made, with russet potatoes, onion, butter, evaporated milk, a little flour, and seasoned with salt and pepper.
Deep South Dish: Southern Style Cube Steaks and Gravy
Divine Casserole, sometimes called simply Sour Cream Noodle Bake, is sort of a cross between baked spaghetti and lasagna in its flavor. Ma...
Black eyed peas, cooked down with the Trinity, some bacon, jalapeno, a ham bone or ham hock and a few seasonings, makes for a traditional southern meal.
Deep South Dish: Old School Oven Barbecued Chicken
Taste the deep south. Hot, crispy, deliciously-decadent Fried Chicken. Like people used to make a generation or two ago! Find it on www.FlunkingFamily.com!
Pain Perdu (or Lost Bread) is a classic French dish that is intended to use up leftover, stale loaves of bread so that it is not "lost." Known by most as simply "French Toast" it is a popular dish for breakfast down here in this part of The South, and very often made with big slices of leftover French bread.