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Hot Brown

Hot Brown

The Humble Hot Brown This is a simple knife and fork sandwich. A Hot Brown is an opened faced turkey sandwich with bacon, and Mornay sauce. Fred Schmidt created the sandwich at The Brown Hotel in Louisville Kentucky. It is sometimes called a Kentucky Hot […]

Kil’t Greens

Kil’t Greens

Kil’t Greens Kil’t Greens! Yes, it’s spelled correctly. But what the hell are kil’t greens anyway you ask? Well, I’m here to tell ya’, it ain’t nothin’ but tasty! Kil’t Greens is a very old Appalachian dish. Traditionally, they were made in the spring with […]

Blackened Catfish

Blackened Catfish

  Blackened Catfish Blackened catfish is a great dish to serve any time of year. This mild fish will come out with a nice crispy sear. It will be juicy, and coated with a spicy, herb filled crust. You don’t have to limit yourself to […]

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits No discussion of southern cuisine is complete without talking about biscuits. Buttermilk biscuits to be precise. I mean, it doesn’t get anymore southern than this. There are families that serve these biscuits at every meal. Most likely the recipe has been handed […]

Durham North Carolina – The Bull City Eats Part 2

Durham North Carolina – The Bull City Eats Part 2

Day Two of Great Southern Hospitality in The Bull City This is the second part of my visit to Durham North Carolina. It was a busy day with a lot of stops. I was hindered all day by an off and on rain, but that […]

Bourbon Peach Cobbler

Bourbon Peach Cobbler

  Lamenting the End of Summer It’s the end of summer, and soon to be fall. I like autumn and all it’s bounty. However, I don’t look forward to colder weather. I always feel a little melancholy this time of year. But, there is one […]