Sunday, June 26, 2022

The Dish Rewind - Vol. 2 June 2022


Welcome to Vol. 2 June 2022 of "The Dish Rewind," where I highlight some of the past recipes from my many years of sharing recipes on this website.

I hope you'll enjoy this new feature as well as to find some recipes that you may have missed seeing in the past!

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Supreme Pasta Salad

Rotini pasta, tossed with a mix of vegetables - broccoli, red onion, sweet bell pepper, carrots and tomatoes here - mixed with a seasoning blend and dressed with a quality homemade or commercial Italian or Ranch dressing.

Supreme Pasta Salad


Whew y'all! It's been super-hot and humid here along the Mississippi Gulf Coast and we're heading into a couple of 100+ degree actual temperatures here the next few days. No telling what the "feels like" temp will be with the humidity factored in. Wow.

Many of you have been in a similar heat wave that we have down here, and it sure feels like it will never end, even though summer actually only "officially" started this week! Yeah, okay...

We all seem to be suffering with this heat.

Thursday, June 16, 2022

The Dish Rewind - Vol. 1 June 2022

Rewind of past recipes from Deep South Dish.

Welcome to Vol. 1 June 2022 of "The Dish Rewind," where I highlight some of the past recipes from my many years of sharing recipes on this website.

I hope you're enjoying this feature as well as finding some recipes that you may have missed seeing until now!

Sunday, June 12, 2022

Grilled Spicy Shrimp (Ninja Foodi)

Large shrimp, tossed with olive oil and seasonings and quickly grilled with a Ninja Foodi or other electric, countertop grill.
Large shrimp, tossed with olive oil and seasonings and quickly grilled with a Ninja Foodi or other electric, countertop grill.

Grilled Spicy Shrimp (Ninja Foodi)

I really enjoy grilled foods, though when I talk about "grilling" these days, it's less often on my outside, open-flame grill anymore, and much more often on my indoor countertop grill.

The heat and humidity outside in the summertime here along the central Gulf Coast is just too much for me!

It's not quite the same as that open flame flavor of course, so yeah, it loses a little in the translation on a tabletop grill, but it sure does still taste good! It's also easier, more convenient and faster, especially when you purchase your shrimp already peeled and deveined from the freezer section.

Friday, June 3, 2022

Cast Iron Seared Salmon

Salmon, simply seasoned and pan-seared in a hot cast iron skillet, then transferred to the oven to finish, producing a perfectly cooked, juicy, tender and flaky fillet.
Salmon, simply seasoned and pan-seared in a hot cast iron skillet, then transferred to the oven to finish, producing a perfectly cooked, juicy, tender and flaky fillet.

Cast Iron Seared Salmon


I grew up, and still live on the Central Gulf Coast where seafood is abundant. Whether you catch your own, or pick it up from a local seafood market, there's nothing that can compare to it from a grocery store freezer section, nevermind that which comes from foreign markets. Nothing.

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