Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy

A diner classic and a long-held family favorite, Salisbury steaks made from ground beef and a few seasonings, takes a shortcut with mushroom soup for gravy.

Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy

Salisbury steak is another one of those classic, old fashioned, dishes that we Southerners love and is comfort food at it's best. This recipe is one that has been around my kitchen for a very long time.

Yes, y'all. It utilizes our good old southern béchamel {that's Campbell's Condensed Cream of Mushroom soup for those of y'all with a more sophisticated palate}, but of course, if you like, simply substitute a gravy mix, onion soup mix, or make up your own homemade version of cream soup or gravy - with or without the mushrooms - just please quit yakking about it to those of us who are endeared to our cream soups, alright?

Salisbury steak. Hamburger Steak. Country steak. Swiss steak. Smothered steak. What the heck is the difference really? Well, at least for me, though each are similar, it's basically just subtle differences in the cuts of meat, seasonings or the preparation, though even for each dish there are a multitude of variations among cooks - all of which are pretty darned good. I happen to like this old Campbell's recipe because I've been making it this way for as long as I remember. It is so simple, comes together quick, and tastes fabulous! Seriously, what more could you want?

In the picture I served this with homemade mashed potatoes, and some maque choux (corn and tomatoes) but I often serve it with southern style green beans too, stewed with bacon and caramelized onions. The Cajun {my husband} who wouldn't touch a mushroom if his life depended on it, declares this dinner delicious. For extra gravy, say for some of those homemade mashed potatoes, use a large family size can of cream of mushroom soup and stir in a bit of water or milk, as needed, to reach desired consistency, before adding the patties back to the skillet. A splash of Kitchen Bouquet, which is a pantry staple in this part of the Deep South where I'm from, adds a little more richness to the dish and gives it a nice color.


Recipe: Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy

©From the Kitchen of Deep South Dish
Prep time: 15 min |Cook time: 30 min | Yield: About 4 to 6 servings


Ingredients:
  • 1-1/2 pounds of ground beef
  • 1/2 cup of Italian style dry bread crumbs
  • 1 large egg, beaten
  • 1/4 cup of minced onion
  • Couple dashes of Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 cans of condensed cream of mushroom soup, divided
  • Cajun seasoning (like Slap Ya Mama),or seasoning salt (like Lawry's), to taste
  • 2 tablespoons of bacon fat, canola or vegetable oil
  • Couple dashes of Kitchen Bouquet, for color, optional
  • 2 cups of sliced mushrooms
Directions:

Mix together the ground beef, bread crumbs, beaten egg, onion, Worcestershire sauce and 1/4 cup of the soup. Shape into 6 oval shaped patties, and sprinkle both sides of the patties with Cajun seasoning or seasoned salt. Heat the fat in a 12 inch skillet over medium high heat, add the patties in two batches, and brown on both sides, turning carefully. Use a wide spatula to transfer the patties to a platter; set aside. Drain off excess fat from the skillet.

Add the remaining soup to the skillet and bring to a boil; reduce heat, stir in Kitchen Bouquet and the mushrooms, cover and cook for about 2 to 3 minutes, or until mushrooms release their liquid. Return the patties to the skillet, carefully turning to coat both sides, cover and cook over medium low, turning several times, for about 30 minutes or until patties are no longer pink. Serve patties with some of the gravy and mushrooms spooned over the top.

Cook's Notes: If you are using a higher fat ground beef, increase the dry breads crumbs slightly. For extra gravy use a large family size can of cream of mushroom and stir in a bit of water or milk to loosen, bring to a boil, add mushrooms and proceed with remaining recipe. May also substitute a 6-ounce can of mushrooms with the liquid for the fresh mushrooms.

Onion Salisbury: Substitute 2 cans of French Onion condensed soup for the mushroom soup and use or omit the fresh mushrooms.

Italian Style: Omit the cream of mushroom soup and Kitchen Bouquet - the mushrooms are optional. Combine 2 (14-1/2 ounce) cans of stewed (chop in the can) or diced tomatoes with 1 (8 ounce) can of tomato sauce and 1 teaspoon of Italian seasoning until well blended; set aside 1/8 cup of the tomato mixture. Combine ground beef mixture as above, except substitute the tomato for the cream of mushroom, shape into patties and brown. Remove, add tomato mixture to skillet and bring to a boil, add mushrooms if using, Return the patties to the skillet, and proceed as above.

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Monday, September 27, 2010

Crockpot Beef Tips and Rice

Braising beef, cut into meaty chunks, slow cooked in a well seasoned gravy and served over rice or egg noodles.

Crockpot Beef Tips and Rice

If you have a meat eater in your family, they will love these beef tips and so will you since the slow cooker does the cooking.


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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Potatoes O'Brien - Skillet Fried Potatoes

Red skin potatoes are fried up in a cast iron skillet with sweet Vidalia onion and bell pepper and nicely seasoned for a take on Potatoes O'Brien. Great for any meal - add fresh herbs and mushrooms if you like!

Potatoes O'Brien - Skillet Fried Potatoes

Skillet Fried Potatoes, also known as home fries, are such an easy side dish, and it goes as equally well with breakfast as it does as a dinner side dish. For this skillet potato, I prefer to use the smaller, unpeeled  red-skinned or new potatoes. The peeling is tender, and to me tasty, and they cook up nicely without the steaming process that is necessary for our beloved Southern Fried Potatoes, or fried taters and onion as we like to call them. If you prefer to use a russet, rather than a red skinned potato, click over to that recipe. I think that method works best with russets.


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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Southern Sweet Potato Bread

A tender quick bread made with sweet potatoes, raisins, orange juice, cinnamon and pecans, with an oatmeal crumble topping. Serve with my whipped honey butter with cinnamon.

Southern Sweet Potato Bread

So, the calendar says that we've reached the Autumnal Equinox, meaning summer is now officially over and that it's finally fall. Somebody needs to tell Mama Nature to hurry on up and turn on the air conditioning down in this part of the good ole U.S. of A. because the heat is definitely still on. That's typical though, while a lot of y'all are enjoying nice, crisp seasonal changes, we're still in beach weather for awhile. We're pretty accustomed to it being this way, but at least its a good excuse to start featuring a few fall dishes.


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Monday, September 20, 2010

Oven Baked Louisiana Hot Wings

Oven baked hot wings made with a buttery Louisiana hot sauce and garnished with sliced green onion and chopped jalapenos.

Oven Baked Louisiana Hot Wings

This hot wing recipe came about when I happened to have a couple pounds of wings to use but wanted to do something different. I remembered back around St. Patrick's Day flipping through my copy of Food Network Magazine and seeing a St. Patrick's Day wing recipe. I know ... Wings? St. Patrick's Day? Well, in my opinion wings are great anytime, and though their wings were done with a green hot sauce for the upcoming holiday, I thought why can't I do a hot wing in the oven with regular ole Louisiana hot sauce?  This was the result - another one to add to the wing collection and just delish!

I highly recommend using Reynolds Wrap Non-Stick Aluminum Foil when preparing wings in the oven.


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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Shrimp and Salad

A very simple salad made with cooked shrimp, iceberg lettuce, fresh tomatoes & dressed with mayonnaise.

Shrimp and Salad

This is my version of my mother in law's shrimp salad and I absolutely love it, even though I struggled with what to call it, since when I think of shrimp salad, I think of the shrimp and egg salad I grew up with and love so much. This is just a simple salad that includes nothing but shrimp, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise. My mother in law boils the shrimp, but sometimes I like to saute them in a skillet with hot oil and a sprinkle of my fabulous favorite Slap Ya Mama. Either way works. I think she probably uses a bit more mayo than I did, but I found about a half cup for the full recipe was plenty.

While y'all know that I use my shortcuts here and there, a few of the recipes that you see here are somewhat complex scratch cooking, at least ingredient-wise, because they involve building layer upon layer of flavors to reach the final result. Without a doubt that is delicious, and even if reserved for weekend or vacation cooking, worth every single ounce of effort.

Sometimes though it is the most simple of things that are so good.


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Friday, September 17, 2010

Pappy's Jalapeño Pepper Spread Review


The giveaway is closed. The winner of the Pappy's Pepper Spread and T-Shirt is Nan, whose email addy starts with nono at gmail.  I've sent an email to you Nan. Respond to that email within 48 hours and let me know your mailing info. 
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I recently had the opportunity to try a new-to-me product that originated right here in my home state in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. It's called Pappy's Jalapeño Pepper Spread and it's a great versatile spread to use as a mayonnaise substitute in just about anything, or as a dip straight out of the jar for corn chips, potato chips, tortilla chips, and even for raw vegetables.  If you love the addition of jalapenos to your recipes like I do, you are gonna absolutely love this product!

The story behind Pappy's Jalapeño Pepper Spread is classic. A hot mayo recipe that was born out of a grandpa's kitchen and a well loved family favorite, it was soon passed down to the grandchildren, who then shared it with friends who also loved it and encouraged that it be produced for the masses.  Soon the company behind Pappy's Jalapeño Pepper Spread, Mile Post 16 LLC, was born. You'll even love the story of how the company name came to be.

Pappy's  Jalapeño Pepper Spread is made with jalapenos, green onion, garlic and lemon. If you need a little inspiration they have a few recipes at their site, but really just think of it any place you'd normally use mayo.  I've used it as a spread to bump up the boredom of a plain turkey sandwich and added it in place of mayonnaise to a juicy grilled burger. I've tried some in my fabulous shrimp salad when I made a shrimp salad stuffed tomato recently, simply substituting some of the mayonnaise with a very generous dollop of Pappy's for an extra yummy pop!


This spread is also a great addition to any ole egg salad, including plain egg, tuna, and ham salad, and it's great even in pasta salads. Just add a spoonful to your usual dressing to give it a delicious zest, like I did with the ham and macaroni salad here recently. Add some into your favorite dip, try stirring a bit of it into rice, or even smudging some on a piece of cornbread.

Making a batch of nachos, tacos, tortilla soup, or chili where you normally like a little dollop of sour cream? Try a dollop of Pappy's Pepper Spread instead like I did with this batch of chili cheese fries. Talk about good!


Look for Pappy's to be showing up at your local grocery store in the near future, but in the meantime you can pop right on over to their website where you can order by the jar and by the case. And, get this y'all - if you want to excite your taste buds even further, check out the other spreads they carry. Coming soon is a green bell pepper spread, as well as some products coming up that will be made using extra virgin olive oil.

Wanna give 'em a try now? Grab this special code for Deep South Dish readers and you'll receive 15% off your purchase.  Just enter DSD2010 at check-out. You can order up to 3 jars for a flat shipping rate of only $4.95, so serve some Pappy's up at your next party or game day gathering and everybody's gonna love it!  Check 'em out y'all!
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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Basic Meatloaf

Basic Meatloaf made with lean ground beef, finely minced onion, green onion, celery, and green pepper, and shown here with a Brown Gravy.

Basic Meatloaf

Don't believe for a minute that you cannot get a nice, moist meatloaf without using a high fat ground beef like ground chuck. I love ground chuck and use it exclusively in burgers for the best flavor, or in recipes where I can drain off the excess fat. Is it tasty and delicious? Yes! But, let's face it.


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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Ham Pasta Salad

A classic ham and pasta salad that begins with your favorite pasta, ham, shredded or cubed cheese, celery, onion, and a Ranch dressing. From there you should make it your own!

Ham Pasta Salad

This pasta salad made with ham is a southern classic for sure and great for a potluck or church supper any time of year. Very simple, but a true favorite of mine.


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Monday, September 13, 2010

Smothered Okra - Southern Okra and Tomatoes

A southern favorite, okra is sliced and cooked in bacon drippings and Vidalia onion, garden or canned tomatoes and a can of Rotel tomatoes for a little extra kick.

Smothered Okra and Tomatoes

Definitely another southern favorite for us veggie lovers that's made in a variety of ways depending on the household - though I'll betcha a dollar that soon as I post this link over on the Facebook page I'll get a few proverbial "yucks". There's always at least one person who feels a need to express their dislike of okra, one of those veggies folks seem to either love or hate. Seems there's not much of an in-between. Me? I happen to be a lover.


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Saturday, September 11, 2010

Mississippi Sin Dip

Another fabulous dip made with cream cheese, sour cream, cheddar cheese, ham, green onion, jalapenos and green chilies.

Mississippi Sin Dip

As far as I know, this Mississippi Sin Dip recipe got its start just being called plain ole Mississippi Sin because of it's cheesy richness, but along the way, it apparently became a tailgate favorite of the fans of Mississippi State Bulldogs and has since become known as Mississippi State Sin. I notice a few other states seem to have picked it up over time and renamed it as their own, but as far as I know it originated right here in some kitchen in my home state. Far as I know, this is pretty true to the original recipe with the exception of jalapenos, which I added.


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How to Make Homemade Shrimp Stock

A rich seafood stock is made easy with shrimp shells and a few aromatics.

How to Make Homemade Shrimp Stock

Homemade shrimp stock adds amazing flavor to so many seafood dishes and it is super easy to make. I've included instructions on how to make a homemade stock from shrimp shells in many of my recipes here, but I figured it was time to give it a spot of its own for the how to tip section of my site.


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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Spicy Marinated Shrimp Appetizer

A spicy marinade of chili sauce, hot sauce, citrus vodka, horseradish, celery, garlic, sweet onion, and Cajun seasoning, tossed with shrimp for a fantastic appetizer.

Spicy Marinated Shrimp Appetizer

This Spicy Marinated Shrimp Appetizer recipe is another great adult appetizer for a party, where you can serve it in tall shooter glasses, on a bed of lettuce in martini glasses as pictured above, or simply scoop it over crackers for yourself.  If you tailgate with it, or serve it at a party, just be sure that you are clear with your guests that it contains vodka! As always, consume responsibly.


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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Pepperoni Pizza Grilled Cheese

Layers of mozzarella and provolone cheese, pepperoni, and a bit of marinara sauce and fresh basil are tucked into an artisan bread and grilled. Serve with a commercial or homemade tomato soup.

Pepperoni Pizza Grilled Cheese

Now, I'm the first to admit I love a good grilled cheese, made on white bread slathered with butter, sandwiched around plain ole American cheese and browned in a skillet. Serve it with a bowl of good ole Campbell's tomato soup {and I like to drop a slice of American cheese into that soup as it's warming} and you got yourself a mighty fine meal there.  But every once in awhile I like a nice change too.


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Monday, September 6, 2010

Homemade Fresh Tomato Soup

Tomato soup made from fresh garden tomatoes and sweet Vidalia onions. It's a light meal even on a hot summer day.

Fresh Tomato Soup

I threw this Homemade Fresh Tomato Soup together recently and was just thrilled with the results. I'm not one to knock the red and white can of Campbell's tomato soup, because that is what I grew up on and have fond memories of - and it'll always have a place in my pantry. This homemade version is sure a nice change of pace when you want something a little more homemade however, and the flavor is just outstanding.


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Friday, September 3, 2010

Cookout and Party Food Menu Ideas

Your favorite menu ideas, cookout and BBQ recipes from Deep South Dish for Labor Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July or for any day, all in one place!
Here's my collection of Best of the Best from Deep South Dish cookout and party food recipes, all tried and true, just in case you're still looking for some menu ideas. Some of these are outdoor recipes, some are "cheater" style crockpot and some are for the oven. There are beverages & cocktails, appetizers and dips, salads of all kinds, chicken, pork, a little seafood and even steaks, and of course there's always room for dessert. I hope you find some inspiration here - enjoy!


Cookout Recipes


Beverages


Southern Sweet Iced Tea

No Calorie (Milo's Copycat) Diet Iced Tea

Southern Fruit Iced Tea

Strawberry Iced Tea

Fresh Peach Iced Tea

Watermelon Iced Tea




Homemade Fresh Lemonade

Strawberry Lemonade

Cherry Limeade

Party Punch

More Beverages



Adult Beverages


Southern Iced Tea Cocktail

Apple Julep Sangria

Pineapple Lemonade Sangria

Strawberry Watermelon Mojitos

Frozen Watermelon Margaritas



Vodka Slush

Frozen Pina Colada

Perfect Mojitos

Watermelon Pomegranate Rum Cooler

More Cocktails



Appetizers



Fire 'n Ice Pickles

Pickled Vegetables (Giardiniera)

Pickled Onions

Cajun Boiled Peanuts

Pimento Cheese Finger Sandwiches

Kickin' Rotel Restaurant Style Salsa

Hot Sausage and Cheese Bread



Texas "Caviar" Salsa - Mississippi Style

Fresh Corn and Black Bean Salsa

Basic Humble Deviled Egg

Angels and Devils on Horseback

Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Peppers



Spicy Shrimp Appetizer

West Indies Salad

Pickled Shrimp

Spicy Crab Martini




Fried Jalapeno Poppers

Jalapeno Chicken Poppers

Pigs in a Blanket

Crispy Southern Fried Hot Wings with Spicy Dipping Sauce



Crab Stuffed Mushrooms

Grape Jelly Cocktail Meatballs & Little Smokies Sausages

Basic Sausage Cheese Balls

Crab Stuffed Twice Baked Potatoes



Bread



Southern Skillet Cornbread

Buttermilk Sour Cream Cornbread & Mexican Cornbread

Basic Buttermilk Corn Muffins

Hushpuppies

Corn Fritters

Sweet Potato Biscuits



Garlic Cheese Drop Biscuits

Garlic Bread Butter Blend

Sweet Potato Biscuits

Muffin Tin Spoon (Yeast) Rolls

Old Fashioned Pan Rolls

Butter Bombs - Mini Biscuits

Baking Mix Bride's Biscuits

Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits



Dips



Hot Corn Dip

Hot Pintos and Cheese Dip (Texas Trash)

Cheesy Warm Vidalia Onion Dip

Cheddar Bacon Dip

Charleston Cheese Dip

Cajun Shrimp Dip

7 Layer Dip

Mississippi Sin

White Rotel Dip



Awesome Jalapeno Popper Dip

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Hot Corn Dip

Warm Feta and Artichoke Dip

More Dips

More Appetizers



Fruit Salads, Pasta Salads, Veggie Salads and Coleslaw



Mandarin Orange Salad

Grape Salad

Spiced Peaches

Holiday Fruit Salad with Custard Sauce

Fruit Cocktail Salad

5 Cup Salad

Frozen Strawberry Pretzel Salad

Watergate Salad

Pink Jello Salad

Ambrosia

Waldorf Apple Salad




Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad

Seafood Pasta Salad

Chicken Pasta Salad

7 Layer Pasta Salad

Classic Old Fashioned Macaroni Salad

Cold Vermicelli Spaghetti Salad

Shrimp and Macaroni Salad

Macaroni and Olive Pasta Salad

Tri-Color Italian Rotini Pasta Salad

Ham and Macaroni Salad



Shrimp with Bow Tie Pasta

Creamy Pasta Salad

Old Fashioned Broccoli Salad

Carrot and Raisin Salad

Fire 'n Ice Marinated Squash Salad

Marinated Vegetable Salad

Next Day Salad

Old Fashioned Seven Layer Salad

Anything and Everything Salad

Strawberry Spinach Salad with Poppyseed Dressing

Cold English Pea Salad



Pineapple Buttermilk Coleslaw

Forever Slaw Vinegar Coleslaw

Fire 'n Ice Coleslaw

Apple Coleslaw

Basic Creamy Coleslaw



Fire 'n Ice Summer Salad

Spicy, Sweet & Sour Cucumber Salad

Sour Cream Cucumber and Onion Salad

Creamed Cucumbers and Onion

Simple Summer Cucumber Salad

Shrimp and Salad



Fresh Corn Salad

Broccoli Salad

Copper Pennies Carrot Salad

Cornbread Salad

More Salads and Pasta Salads



Sauces



Mississippi Comeback Sauce

Homemade Sweet and Spicy Barbecue Sauce

Dressed Up Bottled BBQ Sauce

Remoulade Sauce

Cajun Mayonnaise

Lazy Man's KetMayo Sauce

Sour Cream Horseradish Sauce

More Sauces



Ribs


Fall off the Bone Oven Baked Pork Spareribs

Memphis Style Dry Rub Pork Ribs

Grilled Pork Spareribs or Baby Back Ribs

Slow Cooker Baby Back BBQ Ribs




Beef



Spicy Sugar Steaks

Cajun Steak Marinade

Steak and Burger Mushrooms

Oven Braised Brisket

Atlanta Brisket

Slow Cooker BBQ Beef for Sandwiches

Southernized Beef and Sausage Goulash

Roast Beef for Po'Boys

More Beef



Chicken



Grilled Backyard Barbecued Chicken

Grilled Huli Huli Chicken

Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken

Sweet & Tangy Oven Baked Russian Chicken

Grilled Chili Lime Drumsticks

Picnic Fried Chicken

Southern Fried Chicken



Root Beer Glazed Drumsticks

Mama's Grilled and Smothered Chicken

Grilled Cheesy BBQ Chicken

Chicken and Cornbread Dressing

Old School Oven Barbecued Chicken

Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken



Cajun/Creole Style



Creole Jambalaya

Crab and Shrimp Gumbo

Crawfish Monica

Cajun Grilled Shrimp Skewers

Southern Red Rice with Shrimp

New Orleans Style BBQ Shrimp

Sriracha Spicy Baked Shrimp

More Cajun/Creole



Burgers, Dogs and Sandwiches


All American Burger

Cowboy Burger

Onion Burger

Cajun Pork and Shrimp Burgers

Pimento Cheese Turkey Burger

Steak and Burger Mushrooms



Homemade Sloppy Joes

Crockpot Barbecue Beef for Sandwiches

Spicy Italian Beef for Sandwiches

Spicy Crockpot BBQ Pulled Pork

The Easiest (Cheater) Pulled Pork Ever, No Kidding!

Carolina Style (Cheater) Pulled Pork

Grilled Hot Dogs with Cajun Dog Sauce

More Burgers and Sandwiches



Sides


Southern Style Baked Beans

Pineapple Baked Beans

Spicy Meat Trio Barbecue Baked Beans

Ranch Style Beans

Baked Bean Medley (Calico Baked Beans)

Macaroni and Tomatoes



Spicy Beefy Barbecue Baked Beans

Scalloped Cabbage

Potatoes au Gratin

Cheesy Loaded Twice-Baked Potato Casserole

Ranch Mashed Potato Casserole

Bacon Wrapped Green Bean Bundles



Cajun Style Potato Salad

Traditional Southern Style Potato Salad

Cold Baked Potato Salad

Deep South German Style Potato Salad

Creamy Pesto Potato Salad



Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese

Southern Style Macaroni and Cheese

Everyday Macaroni and Cheese

Ground Beef Mac and Cheese



Southern Succotash

Corn on the Cob & Compound Butter Blends

Creamed Squash

Summer Squash Casserole

Layered Squash Casserole

Baked Vidalia Onions

Smothered Summer Squash and Onions

Asparagus Bundles

Sweet & Sour Green Beans



Tater Tot Casserole

Truck Stop Potatoes

Grilled Baked Potato

Hash Brown Casserole

Broccoli and Rice Casserole



Desserts

Ice Cream



Homemade Southern Peach Ice Cream

Old Fashioned Vanilla Custard Ice Cream

Easy Ice Cream in the Cuisinart

Strawberry Buttermilk Sherbet

Frosty Milkshakes and Ice Cream


Homemade Southern Banana Pudding

Moon Pie Banana Pudding

Layered Banana Split Dessert



Chocolate Sin

Blueberry Heaven Pie

Cherry-O Cream Cheese Pie

Easy Triple Layer Banana Cream Pie Dessert



Creamy Peanut Butter Pie

Fat Elvis Pie

Blackberry Dumpling Cobbler

Fresh Peach Cobbler

Winter Crumb Peach Cobbler (with Canned Peaches)

Fresh Strawberry Cobbler

Watermelon Strawberry Granita

Banana Pie with Shortbread Crust



Strawberry Pie

Strawberry Delight

Icebox Cake

Frozen Yogurt Strawberry Pie

Cherry-O Cream Cheese Pie

Lemon Icebox Pie

Southern Pecan Pie




Mandarin Orange "Pig Pickin'" Cake

Old Fashioned Apple Pie

Cherry Pie

Buttermilk Chess Pie

Watergate Salad



To Die For Brownies

Coconut Key Lime Pie

Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars



Southern Fried Hand Pies

Southern Pecan Pie Muffins

Southern Sweet Potato Bread

Old Fashioned Bread Pudding

New Orleans Creole Bread Pudding with Meringue



Peanut Butter Balls

Mississippi Mud Bars

Original Old Fashioned Mud Hen Bars

Apple Dapple Cake with Maple Glaze

Pusharatas

Coconut Macaroons

Strawberry Cake with Coconut and Pecan

Texas Sheet Cake

Gooey Butter Cake with Coconut Crust

More Desserts


Perfect for cookout leftovers or just for a cool presentation,
try a Barbecue Sundae using your cookout ingredients!

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