Posts Tagged: Southern Cooking
Cooking with Citrus Winter is citrus season and the produce departments are overflowing. There are the diminutive Tangerines, Clementines, Tangelos, Mineolas, and Satsumas in the “cutie” citrus club. Down the aisle, big bold Navel oranges with their thick skins and bright colors rest aside their more thin-skinned, but certainly no-less-sweet juice oranges. With their intense colors and… Read more »
Soups On! Snow, sleet, freezing rain means that soup’s on in my kitchen. There’s nothing like a steaming hot bowl of soup in in the winter to take off the chill. And, not being adverse to leftovers I love making a pot of soup early in the week and enjoying it for lunch for a… Read more »
How to Make Biscuits – and MORE! Want to learn how to make biscuits? How about crispy fried chicken, tender whole grain cornbread, and chef-quality shrimp and grits? Of course, you do! I’ve recently partnered with Craftsy.com to create an online video series called Southern Classics at Home. Subscribers will receive recipes, step-by-step instructions, and watch… Read more »
La Technique Soup is in the kitchen forecast with the polar vortex making a last dash into spring this week. “Cream of Anything Soup” is one of the easiest of soups to make. It can be practical and money-saving, too. Do you have some vegetables lingering in the fridge that are too limp for sautéing or too… Read more »
Secrets of the Southern Table™ I am thrilled to announce I am partnering with public media powerhouse WGBH-TV for the development of “Secrets of the Southern Table™: A Food Lover’s Tour of the Global South” to air nationally on public television stations.