All great ice cream recipes begin with a basic custard such as this one. The addition of chocolate, herbs or fresh fruit convert this simple dessert into a magnificent creation. This version features fresh blackberries for a cool summer treat.
This light, bright take on a classic summer chowder uses corn in two forms: fresh kernels and canned hominy to double the flavor. It is creamy, comforting, and can be enjoyed all summer long. Serve it in big bowls with a side of crusty bread.
On a hot summer day nothing beats a crisp, cool salad with a zesty vinaigrette. Incorporate our favorite summertime fruits into both the salad and the dressing, and you have a showstopper on your hands.
The fresh salsa accompanying the steak includes four types of fresh peppers for a variety of flavors. It adds heat as well as some “zest” to this holiday weekend! It will guarantee to bring “fireworks!”
Friends and family gather for an afternoon under the shade of an oak tree to enjoy a delicacy unequaled in the Southland. Here, we combined all the leftover ingredients to create a treat that one can savor even days after.
Sauerkraut is one of the most underrated dishes in the South. Most southerners are reminded of the sour, bitter kraut they were served during their elementary school days, rather than the richly garnished sauerkraut of Alsace Lorraine, France.