Southern

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Sometimes, for the best flavors, you have to be like a bird and fly south. Southern Fried Corn bursts with natural sweetness slathered in richness and meatiness; it adds a beam of brightness to any main course, whether it's Thanksgiving dinner or an ordinary weekday meal. Given how quick Southern Fried Corn is to whip up, your ordinary weekday meals won't ever be ordinary again. Why not bite into golden greatness?

Posted: November 18
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Chicken Bog's rather colorful name stems from both the chicken being bogged down in fluffy rice and from its swampy South Carolina Lowcountry origins. This classic soup has a depth of chicken flavor that you need to taste to believe, with richness and savoriness infused in every bite. With bites of juicy chicken, crunchy green onions, and peppery sausage, you'll sink with a happy sigh into the taste of Chicken Bog. You'll never go back to traditional chicken noodle soup after trying this.

Posted: December 17
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There's a lot of ways to say "filling": hearty, satisfying, substantial, and more. But another way to say it might just be "Amandine". Chicken Amandine, so named for the crunchy almond topping, is a deliciously tender dish stuffed with savory flavors. Salty, meaty, and with a touch of heat, Chicken Amandine covers all the flavor bases. Filled with rice and green beans, it's basically a full meal in one dish—perfect for quiet nights in!

Posted: November 22
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Here's a grilled chicken to get you dancing! Can-Can Chicken uses beer straight from the can (hence the name) to steam the meat, keeping it moist and infusing it with malty, roasted flavors. With a sweet, savory, and smoky rub coat, Can-Can Chicken has a depth of flavor other grilled chicken can only dream of. You'll really get a kick out of Can-Can Chicken!

Posted: December 29
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One of Johnny Cash's all-time favorite foods just happens to be one of the most delicious Southern dishes of all time: fried catfish. Johnny Cash Catfish is the epitome of this classic culinary delight, with sweet and mild fish dredged in a light, airy, and seasoned batter. Fried to a golden-brown and crispy perfection, Johnny Cash Catfish walks the line between a hearty dinner and an afternoon snack. You can even have it ready in 20 minutes or less!

Posted: December 28
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Mississippi Pot Roast is a southern variation on a global favorite, transforming a tough cut of beef into a melt-in-your-mouth dinnertime delight. Made with traditional pepperoncini peppers and ranch dressing mix for a welcome touch of heat and tang, Mississippi Pot Roast elevates the natural savoriness of the meat to its apex form. Slow-cooked to tender perfection, you can take a load off while dinner makes itself. It's made so you can fully enjoy the day without a care, so get into the spirit and take a bite!

Posted: December 9
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What’s a celebration without a delectable cake? Impress your guests with this scrumptious and rich Southern Caramel Cake. Dig in and let the celebration begin!

Posted: September 7
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Ahoy! Step aboard the flavor ship of the Country Captain! This Southern favorite features butter-browned chicken, cooked in a rich and aromatic tomato sauce. The meat falls off the bone and the onions and peppers give a satisfyingly fresh crunch to each bite! Let your taste buds set sail with this savory and spiced dinner.

Posted: November 3
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Making cornbread in a cast-iron skillet is the traditional Southern way, and for good reason; the cast iron imparts an extra buttery, crispy crust, making the interior taste that much more delicate. Skillet Cornbread is a hearty (with just a touch of sweet) accompaniment to any meal, whether that's a Thanksgiving turkey, a bacon and eggs breakfast, or simply a snack with butter and honey. This golden brown Skillet Cornbread pleases crowds and taste buds alike with a harvest-happy flavor!

Posted: November 9
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You're going to need a bigger plate. With Sweet Corn Bread Pudding on the table, you'll just have to serve yourself a huge portion of this golden delight! With savory onions on the bottom and pillowy cheesy cornbread on top, Sweet Corn Bread Pudding pairs with just about every main course. Balancing sweet and savory and with just a touch of parmesan sharpness, you might be tempted to eat this straight from the skillet... which certainly solves the "need a bigger plate" problem!

Posted: January 12
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