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overhead shot of cast iron roast chicken with roasted vegetables, black and white dish towel, meat fork and carving knife to the side

Sweet Tea Brined Cast Iron Roast Chicken

You’ll never eat a dry bird again with this cast iron roast chicken recipe. The sweet tea brine adds flavor and moisture while cast iron produces more even cooking. This post may contain affiliate links. Click here to learn more about how affiliate links are […]

overhead shot of side view of sliced bourbon glazed corned beef and roasted vegetables on a white platter with a green napkin, tarnished silver meat fork, glass of beer and small dish of glaze to the side

Bourbon Glazed Corned Beef Brisket

Southern take on a St. Patrick’s day classic – glazed corned beef brisket is basted with bourbon, orange juice, whole grain mustard and brown sugar. Corned beef and cabbage … love it or hate it? As a kid, I was definitely on the hate side. […]

cheesy ranch roasted potatoes in a white casserole dish with fried chicken and green beans on the side

Cheesy Ranch Roasted Potatoes

Cheesy ranch roasted potatoes are a delicious side dish your whole family will enjoy. Baby red potatoes are roasted with creamy Ranch dressing, sour cream, bacon and topped with cheese. Cheesy roasted ranch potatoes combines four of my favorite foods – potatoes, Ranch dressing, bacon […]

sliced brisket on a cutting board with potato salad, cole slaw and baked beans to the side

Coca-Cola Marinated Oven Baked Brisket

No smoker? No problem! The Coca-Cola marinade used for this oven baked brisket is lends a tangy flavor and will melt in your mouth. The best things come to those who wait. That’s definitely the case with this oven baked brisket. It has to marinate […]

fried boudin balls in a black serving bowl with one broken open to show the inside

Boudin Balls

Boudin balls are a delicious Southern treat! Boudin sausage is rolled into meatballs, coated in Panko breadcrumbs and fried until golden brown. Serve with Comeback or Remoulade sauce for dipping. While preparing this post, I found this quote on the Southern Foodways Alliance website that sums […]