|Skillet Chili Mac - a quick skillet meal of ground beef, tomatoes, chili seasonings, beans, cheese and medium shell pasta.|
Monday, April 29, 2013
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
|Coconut Orange Marmalade Bread - a lightly sweetened, quick bread, made with orange marmalade and coconut, infused both in the bread batter as well as to glaze the top.|
Coconut Orange Marmalade BreadFolks sometimes show up on my site here wondering where all of the wonderful desserts are that are often associated with the South, and that are usually found in abundance on the pages of many of the other Southern bloggers out there. I do admit, a post of sweets certainly draws a lot more attention and shares on Facebook for sure! Folks sure do love their sweets.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
|Sweet and Tangy Russian Chicken, traditionally made with bone-in chicken thighs, red Russian style dressing and apricot preserves.|
Sweet and Tangy Russian ChickenThis recipe is a real throw back to way back that some of you might remember. Grab an old church, community or junior league cookbook, and its bound to be in there somewhere, though often called by other names and sometimes simply called Apricot Chicken.
Traditionally made with bone-in chicken thighs, red Russian style dressing and apricot preserves, I've messed around with it over the years, finding that pretty much any red style dressing works just as well, along with a multitude of preserves, jams or jellies. Sweet and tangy, almost reminiscent of our BBQ down this way, it's really a great recipe that's as easy as it comes, though a bit messy.
Monday, April 1, 2013
|A collection of Deep South Dish recipes with ideas for what to do with that leftover ham.|
Recipes Using Ham Bones and Leftover HamLooking for some ways to use up that leftover holiday ham or ham bone? I've gathered some of my favorite recipes here in one spot for you. Don't fret if you're not one to cook a whole bone-in ham, because these days you can get a mighty fine, plump ham bone at your local ham store, like Honey-Baked Hams, where they generally charge by the pound. They're beautiful bones and well worth the investment.
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