A classic New England dessert, Grape-Nut Pudding is simply a lightly-sweetened egg custard, spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg and combined with Grape-Nuts cereal.
Topped with a creamy, Southern-style tomato gravy, these cornmeal-crusted chicken breasts are shallow-fried until tender and juicy with crisp, golden coating.
Golden, cornmeal-crusted fried green tomatoes make a delicious side dish to serve with simple main dishes like pork chops or oven-fried chicken.
Made with sweetened condensed milk, egg yolks and fresh-squeezed lime juice, key lime pie is a tart and creamy custard pie baked in an easy-to-make graham cracker crust.
This recipe is a true New England version of a lobster roll made with chunks of Maine lobster, chopped celery, scallions, fresh lemon juice and a bit of mayo.
Coated with a smoky rub, slow-roasted in the oven, then glazed with a whiskey bbq sauce and grilled to tender perfection, these flavorful baby back ribs are sure to be a grilling season favorite.
Our version of this New Orleans favorite starts with a classic dark roux and combines onion, green pepper, andouille sausage, tomatoes, okra and shrimp to make a delicious one-dish dinner.
Inspired by the flavors of the Southwest, this quinoa bowl combines boneless chicken, avocado, fresh salsa, corn, black beans and cilantro for an easy, satisfying, one-dish meal.
Our version of a Lowcountry classic - creamy grits with cheddar cheese and a smoky sauté of bacon, shrimp and red and green bell peppers.
Flavored with a mixture of melted butter, tomato and a spicy, Creole seasoning blend, these baked catfish fillets make a quick and easy dinner.
A large stockpot is all you need to make a delicious, New England-style clambake complete with lobster, clams, mussels, sausage, potatoes and corn.
Our take on traditional, Maryland-style crab cakes seasoned with Old Bay and served with easy-to-make versions of both tartar and cocktail sauce.