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Southern - Page 2 of 21

  • Moveable Feast

    Aged-Cheddar Hush Puppies

    As Cheddar ages, its flavor sharpens. The mildest are aged for only 2 to 3 months, but Cheddar can be aged for upwards of 2 years or more.

  • Moveable Feast

    Buttery Southern Rice

    The preserved lemon brightens the warm flavors of the rice, butter, and sesame. Serve with Lowcountry Fish Stew.

  • Moveable Feast

    Lowcountry Fish Stew

    The success of this stew depends on perfectly poached shrimp and fish. Be sure to cook only until just done to preserve their delicate texture and flavor.

  • Moveable Feast

    Rye Berry Succotash with Mixed Vegetables

    Rye berries add a nutty flavor and slightly chewy texture to this classic Southern side dish.

  • Moveable Feast

    Lowcountry Beef Stew

    In Gullah cooking, adding seafood to a meat stew is not unusual, as fish and shellfish are so abundant. Here, beef brisket and short ribs are combined with calamari for…

  • Recipe

    Sweet Potato Pound Cake

    This handsome cake tastes great freshly made, but the ginger flavor comes through even more strongly on the second day. Bonus: any leftover cake is delicious toasted for breakfast.

  • Recipe

    Pattypan Succotash

    This classic Southern side dish is chock full of squash, corn, peppers, and fresh beans. Pattypan squash lends a mild buttery flavor. The baby ones, if you can find them,…

  • Recipe

    Sweet-Tea Brined Chicken

    You could mistake this brine for a lemony iced tea—hello, Arnold Palmer—and indeed, it imparts a similar subtle yet tart flavor. Grilled okra and cornbread make great accompaniments.

  • Recipe

    Barbecued Buttermilk-Marinated Chicken

    Slather this tender chicken with barbecue sauce before it comes off the grill for a quick take on slow-cooked barbecued chicken.

  • Recipe

    Kentucky Hot Browns with Manchego-Jalapeño Mornay Sauce

    The history of the Kentucky Hot Brown is rooted in late-night revelry at the Brown Hotel in Louisville. The story goes that  following a late night of drinking and dancing,…