Sweet-Potato Pudding (1840) Boil one pound of sweet potatoes very tender, rub them while hot through a colander, add six eggs, well beaten, three quarts of pound of powdered sugar, three quarters of butter,More >> Sweet potatoes were a common crop in the Southern states and often found their way into sweet dishes when no other alternatives were available.More >> Potato Soup(1860) Have ready two quarts of boiling water. Cut up three or four potatoes, well pared, a thick slice or two of bread, six or eight leeks, well peeled and cut, as far as the white extends,More >> This is a savory and cheap soup, very common in France and Germany. Cabbage soup is made in the same way, omitting the potatoes, and substituting bread.More >> Pone* (1861) Three eggs, a quart of Indian Meal, a tablespoon full of fresh butter, a small teaspoonful salt, a half pint (or more) of milk. Beat the eggs until light and mix them with the milk. Then stirMore >> Pone* (1861)
An Algonquian Indian word for a type of cornmeal bread, "pone" was primarily a southern dish.More >>
9News this Morning's first Road Trip of 2013 was in West Baton Rouge Parish. Click here to see pictures from the event.More >> West Baton Rouge Parish may be the smallest in Louisiana, but where it lacks in size, it makes up for in history, culture, business, and personality – All of which will be highlighted in 9News this Morning's Road Trip to Port Allen on April 26, 2013! Click here to see pictures!