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drizzling cream gravy over a piece of country fried steak

Country Fried Steak [Chicken Fried Steak]

Country fried steak is a Southern classic. Tenderized steak cutlets are double battered and breaded, the fried until golden brown. Country fried steak, sometimes known as chicken fried steak, is exactly as the name implies. A thin cut of tenderized beef steak is breaded in flour and seasonings, then fried […]

three baked crawfish pies on a wooden background with a red plaid napkin

Crawfish Pie

Savory crawfish pie is filled with tender crawfish tails, vegetables and seasonings then baked in a flaky pie crust until golden brown. I was in college before I ever attended my first crawfish boil. I remember this steaming plate of tiny boiled crustaceans was set before me. People on either […]

fried catfish fillets in a basket sitting on a red plaid napkin

Southern Fried Catfish

This Southern fried catfish recipe only requires a few ingredients but produces crispy, crunchy, tasty results. Serve hot with hush puppies or fries. This post is sponsored by The Catfish Institute. The opinions contained within are my own. This post may contain affiliate links. Click here to learn more about […]

small jelly jar of pepper jelly with crackers, fresh pepper slices and jelly jars in the background

Pepper Jelly

Homemade pepper jelly, a mixture of sweetness and heat, is easy to make and perfect served as an appetizer for entertaining or as a glaze for roasted meats. This post may contain affiliate links. Click here to learn more about how affiliate links are used on this site. If you’ve […]

A cross between Thousand Island dressing and remoulade sauce, Mississippi comeback sauce was named because it’s so good that you’ll “come back” for more.

Mississippi Comeback Sauce

A cross between Thousand Island dressing and remoulade sauce, Mississippi comeback sauce was named because it’s so good that you’ll “come back” for more. There are a few ways to tell when someone is not from Mississippi.  If they don’t speak with a drawl, if they are in too much […]