Friday, October 27, 2023

Social Media Roundup FALL FOOD 3 - What You Missed!


Social Media Roundup FALL FOOD 3


Well, the weather has certainly been wackadoodle here lately in the Deep South.

We are back to near summertime temperatures, or rather... what should be "normal" pleasant, but warm summertime temperatures that so many of you love and enjoy... not the oppressive, unbearable summertime heat we actually experience down here and frankly, are over!

In other words, it's warm, but it's not too bad, so, yeah... we're a little warmer right now than I would like, but it is fall, so fall focus continues our roundup today.

Besides, stay tuned. Winter is heading in next week I hear, yes, even here in the Deep South, though we probably won't see those freezing temps lots of others will.

Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Shrimp Gumbo Pasta

The flavors of a shrimp gumbo with smoked sausage, in a light roux with the trinity of vegetables and okra, tossed with a short cut pasta.
The flavors of a shrimp gumbo with smoked sausage, in a light roux with the trinity of vegetables and okra, tossed with a short cut pasta.

Shrimp Gumbo Pasta


Gotta love a one pot pasta meal that doesn't include having to precook the pasta!

That's the case with this meal, a one pot meal that is somewhat in line with the Pastalaya recipe I've shared before. That recipe has the classic flavors of a chicken and sausage jambalaya, in a quick and easy skillet pasta dinner.

Saturday, October 21, 2023

Social Media Roundup FOOTBALL FOOD 4 - What You Missed!


Social Media Roundup FOOTBALL FOOD 4 - What You Missed!


It's been a bit of a disappointing season for The Cajun's favorite team, but as they say, once a Saint's fan...

I mean, none of us have forgotten about the brown paper bag "ain'ts" season y'all, but once again... once a Saints fan...

But hey, there is always the football food to bury your sorrows and victories in, right?

Sunday, October 15, 2023

Cabbage Creole Casserole

A cabbage casserole made with the trinity of southern vegetables sauteed in bacon drippings and butter, chunks of cabbage, diced tomatoes and topped with shredded cheese and buttered breadcrumbs.
A cabbage casserole made with the trinity of southern vegetables sauteed in bacon drippings and butter, chunks of cabbage, diced tomatoes and topped with shredded cheese and buttered breadcrumbs.

Cabbage Creole Casserole


I love cabbage. My husband? Well, not so much. I honestly don't know what is wrong with him! Just kidding y'all, but let's just say that I'm the lover of veggies in this family, not him.

Seriously though, 99% of the time when I buy a head of cabbage, I keep it pretty simple making either a simple boiled or classic fried cabbage, two of my top cabbage favorites. Even still, I am always trying new things with it too.

Yes. Even if it means that I'll be eating on it for a week, while I still have to think about what my hubby is gonna eat too! 

Tuesday, October 10, 2023

Social Media Roundup FALL 2 - What You Missed!


Social Media Roundup FALL FOOD 2


Here's the latest round of social media shares from Deep South Dish that you may have missed recently! 

This gives my email subscribers a chance to revisit some of the previous content from Deep South Dish that may not have been seen on social media, may have been missed when they originally published, or even forgotten about as newer content has moved in.

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Saturday, October 7, 2023

Social Media Roundup FALL 1 - What You Missed!


Social Media Roundup FALL FOOD 1 - What You Missed!


Well, Fall has finally arrived!

And, as I write this post, we have our first taste of it this weekend here at the Deep South beaches. It's about time!

In case this is your first social media roundup on Deep South Dish allow me to take a moment here to explain! While I have an email alert that goes out whenever I post new recipes to the website, in case you didn't know, social media is where I have shared daily roundups for a lot of the past recipes.

Monday, October 2, 2023

Oven Braised Bone-in Chicken Breasts with Vegetables

Bone-in, skin-on chicken breasts, simply seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic powder, oven braised in a light sauce of chicken broth and wine, with vegetables
Bone-in, skin-on chicken breasts, simply seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic powder, oven braised in a light sauce of chicken broth and wine, with vegetables.

Oven Braised Bone-in Chicken Breasts with Vegetables


This dish was inspired by a recipe in Frank Stitt's Southern Table, a cookbook he describes as Proven├žal-influenced southern food. In other words, fancier than me!

For this dish, essentially a coq au vin, he prepared a sauce made with the accumulated juices and both a white and Madeira wine that was reduced as a sauce. He served the chicken next to an Autumn Root Vegetable Puree made with boiled and pureed turnips, carrots, parsnip, sweet potato and rutabaga and a glazed ragout of Autumn vegetables, made with roasted beets and pan-sauteed cipollini and pearl onions and carrots, with apple wedges, quartered potatoes, turnips and slices of parsnip, served alongside.

Whew!

Chefs do tend to get a little fancy, but for little old home cook me, well, I needed something a bit more simplified.

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