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Rewind of past recipes from Deep South Dish.



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



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.



Tender and juicy pulled pork made with the ease of the Instant Pot!








This loose meat spoon burger recipe dates as far back as the 1950s and has been a favorite for many families all those years. It's made with ground beef, onion, a few standard condiments... and a completely unexpected ingredient!







Bone-in chicken thighs, marinated in a classic sour orange with onions, and a paste of garlic, oregano, and cumin, then pan seared and gently simmered on the stovetop.


A Chinese-American dish of tender beef, tossed in a rich and robust sauce, with stir fried carrots, sweet bell peppers and green onion. Serve over steamed rice or cooked Asian noodles with a side of steamed broccoli.











Cabbage with ground beef or sausage, or a combination of them, cooked rice, tomato sauce and a little sweet and sour element - the flavors of classic stuffed cabbage rolls in a quicker shortcut, one-pot version.

Leftover cooked rice is transformed into a fabulous fried rice dish that starts with bacon, onion and garlic to which leftover or thawed and cooked, frozen mixed vegetables are added along with beaten eggs, all finished with the classic Asian flavors of soy and oyster sauce.


A bold, cream cheese-based chip dip, with the addition of Rotel diced tomatoes with green chilies, chopped black olives and loaded with southwestern flavors.

A rich, hearty mixed vegetable beef soup, made with The Bouilli of a soup meat roast and bone broth.


Creole Bouilli, a boiled roast, slow-stewed with beef bones and seasoning vegetables and served over rice or potatoes with juices spooned on top for meal one, and a flavorful beef vegetable soup or second meal next day.


A mix of kidney beans with white beans or pintos, chili seasonings and browned, smoked sausage, served over rice.


A vintage sweet treat, pumpkin pudding is a dessert that falls somewhere between a dense cake and a crustless pumpkin pie. Slice into squares and serve with a sprinkle of powdered sugar and a garnish of freshly grated nutmeg.
A tasty stew of southern-seasoned beans and greens with smoked sausage.
Easy Southern-Style Beans and Greens





Sweet potatoes, baked, split, mashed and combined with butter, spices and milk, stuffed back into the shell and rebaked. A delicious side dish anytime, but great for a holiday meal.



A simple clove-studded baked ham, made with orange marmalade, spicy mustard and brown sugar, easy but full of flavor!



A delicious corn casserole side dish, made with a good seasoning base of bacon and drippings with onion and bell pepper, a light roux, and just a touch of sour cream along with some Rotel diced tomatoes with green chilies.



A super-easy, homemade, buttermilk batter biscuit, baked in a pool of butter. No kneading, no rolling pin and no cutting necessary! Just pour the batter in a baking dish, score into nine squares and bake.









A classic and simple Deep South version of fish stew, made with farm-raised, Mississippi catfish, and gently stewed in a trinity-enhanced, Creole tomato sauce with potatoes.



A classic pork roast, simply seasoned, cooked in the Instant Pot and served with gravy.


Y'all Sweet Tea comes in large pouches to make one full gallon of tea at a time. Made from a grandparent approved combination of an old family recipe, with a custom-blended black tea, their claim to fame is "One Glass 'n You'll Be Back!" They are correct!
A delicious ground beef, macaroni and tomato meal made quick and easy using the Instant Pot.

Corn tortillas, stuffed with a seasoned, cooked shredded chicken or beef, fried to crisp and garnished with lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream and fresh cilantro


All the flavors you love with a loaded baked potato, in a dip! Serve with sturdy potato chips or crispy waffle fries.




A small batch, quick and delicious soup made with cooked chicken and chicken stock, loads of vegetables, and tiny shell pasta.




Fresh tomatoes, onion, jalapeno, fresh lime juice and cilantro make up this fresh salsa. Use it as a dip for tortilla chips, as a garnish for tacos, fajitas and quesadillas, or as a side condiment for grilled meats.






























Onion, sweet bell pepper and garlic, sautéed in bacon drippings, topped with black-eyed peas, chicken stock, chopped ham and a pork hock and cooked under pressure in the Instant Pot.



A casserole of lump crab, a highly seasoned cream sauce and two shredded cheeses.



A quick, small batch soup, made using a vegetable mirepoix of onion, carrot and celery, with fresh minced garlic, okra, tomatoes, leftover cooked chicken and rice and a quality commercial stock or broth.


Chicken wings, baked in a homemade pepper jelly barbecue sauce.


A quick and easy dessert salad, made with fruit, pudding mix, non-dairy topping, chopped pecans, and topped with a pinch of nuts, coconut and Maraschino cherries.



A shortcut sweet potato casserole with the unusual addition of banana and finished with rows of marshmallows and brown sugar sweetened cornflake cereal crumbs.




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Soft and chewy oatmeal cookies with coconut and pecans.


Thick cut, bone-in, pork loin chops, filled with a simple cornbread and mushroom stuffing and baked.


Fresh carrots, steamed in the Instant Pot, then tossed with a honey based butter glaze.


A quick and easy small batch chowder, made with the trinity, smoked sausage, beef stock, stewed tomatoes, potatoes and white beans.


Center cut, boneless, pork chops, lightly seasoned, pan seared or grilled, and finished with an apple cider, brown sugar and mustard glaze.


Chicken thighs and legs, rub marinated, then smoke cooked, brushed with Alabama white sauce and served with additional sauce on the side. May also be grilled or baked.


A classic homemade version of French onion dip, with a twist on the original!


A salad of fresh, garden tomatoes and sweet, summer Vidalia onions, mixed with a salt and pepper mayonnaise dressing and finished with broken saltine crackers, right before serving. It's reminiscent in flavor, of a tomato sandwich!


Sliced squash and chopped onions, caramelized in a skillet with bacon drippings and finished simply with salt, pepper and a pat of butter.


A small batch churned version of ice cream, made with a fresh blackberry puree.


A flavorfully seasoned boil mix to use for a smaller batch of 1 to 2 pounds of jumbo shrimp, with sausage, potatoes and corn.


Fresh peaches, softened, pureed and stewed for a fruit spread that is summer in a jar.


Sliced fresh jalapenos, lightly blanched, then stacked in a quart jar with sliced garlic and brined in an apple cider vinegar and sugar brine.


A basic recipe for fresh purple hull peas, simply seasoned with bacon, onion, garlic and salt and pepper.


A great summer salad made with garden fresh tomatoes, veggies and bacon, tossed in a flavorful mayonnaise dressing and macaroni.






A whole cut up chicken, or bone-in leg quarters, cut up, baked with simple seasonings and the trinity.




The flavors of a sloppy joe sandwich is an easy, baked casserole form.


Quick and easy batter biscuits, made in a muffin tin.


Sweetened blackberries, layered in with crumb topping and baked.


Jumbo shrimp, tossed in a seasoned olive oil with lemon zest and lots of garlic, topped with a panko and Parmesan crumb topping and baked.




Seasoned and seared pork chops, simmered with tomatoes, onion and sweet bell peppers.


Shrimp and vegetables, sauteed in a garlic butter sauce and tossed with pasta.


A hearty, one-pot Italian-style meal, made with bone-in chicken thighs, Cajun andouille, potatoes, tomatoes and white beans.


A casserole of cubed rye bread, shredded corned beef, sauerkraut and Swiss cheese finished with a savory egg custard.





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