Southern Fried Cabbage
Southern fried cabbage is a very simple cabbage dish prepared often as here, with a bit of butter, bacon & onion. I like to add cider vinegar and dried pepper flakes for a little extra flavor punch.
Iron Skillet Southern Fried Corn
Southern Fried Corn from Deep South Dish blog. Fresh corn is stripped from the cob, then fried in bacon drippings and butter, and finished with a little cream.
Easy Pork Chop and Onion Bake
Easy Pork Chop and Onion Bake from Deep South Dish blog. Pork chops, seasoned simply with salt and pepper then seared, are finished with a slow bake in a flavorful beef broth with onions.
Tri-Color Italian Rotini Pasta Salad
Tri-color rotini pasta salad is paired with red onion, celery, green and red bell pepper, black olives, chopped tomato and dressed with an Italian dressing.
Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad
Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad from Deep South Dish website. Known as a Suddenly Salad copycat, this pasta salad made with small shell pasta, ranch seasoning mix, peas, carrots and mayonnaise, is a well loved dish for any potluck, church supper or other gathering.
Shrimp and Macaroni Salad
A macaroni salad made with shrimp, celery and green onion, and dressed with a blend of seasoned mayonnaise and sour cream. Sliced grape tomatoes are tossed in just before serving.
Homemade Southern Sausage Gravy
Delicious milk-based sausage gravy, sometimes called sawmill gravy, is a southern favorite. Serve this delectable goodness over some hot homemade buttermilk biscuits for a little piece of heaven.
Moist Old-Fashioned Pound Cake
Ingredients : 3 ½ cups cake flour (sifted) (I use Swans Down or Softasilk) 3 cups sugar 2 sticks butter or margarine 1 cup Crisco ...
Hot Chicken Salad Casserole
A classic potluck dish, this casserole uses the same basic elements as chicken salad, but it is baked and just delicious! I like to include the chopped boiled eggs, but those can be omitted if you prefer. Always a favorite!
Ham Pasta Salad
A classic ham pasta salad salad that begins with your favorite pasta, ham, shredded or cubed cheese, celery, onion, and a Ranch dressing. From there you should make it your own!