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baked southern tomato pie on a dark wooden table with fresh tomatoes, plates and forks to the side

Southern Tomato Pie

Southern tomato pie, with flaky buttermilk crust, thinly sliced tomatoes, fresh herbs and cheese, is perfect as an entrée or appetizer. Do you prefer thin crust or thick crust pizza? I am of the school of thought that when it comes to pizza, the crust is the best part.  None […]

tray of baked crab cakes with condiments and two glasses of white wine to the side

Baked Crab Cakes

Love crab cakes, but don’t love the mess of frying? Give these oven baked crab cakes a try! Authentic flavor without the mess. Crab cakes are one of my guilty pleasure. I love ordering them in a restaurant. But I don’t often cook them at home. I hate frying — […]

overhead shot of two blue bowls filled with potato salad, celery stalks, colorful hardboiled eggs and roast chicken to the side

Southern Potato Salad

Southern potato salad is sure to be a crowd favorite at your next barbecue. Tender red potatoes mixed with tangy mayo, hard boiled eggs, celery, pimentos, pickle relish and mustard. Is it really a backyard barbecue without potato salad? I rank it right up there with barbecue baked beans and […]

baked crawfish dip in a white ceramic baking dish surrounded by crostini and a serving spoon

Hot Baked Crawfish Dip

If you love crawfish, you will love this ooey, gooey hot baked crawfish dip. Tender crawfish tails are combined with cream cheese, Parmesan, green onions and garlic and served with warm bread or crackers. Even though this crawfish dip is classified as an appetizer, The Husband and I ate it […]

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 […]