Not everyone has time to make baked beans from scratch. This recipe begins with canned great Northern beans, but the smoke of the grill and the sweet flavor of brown sugar and cane syrup will make the dish taste homemade.
Just as a voodoo sorceress can wield mysterious power over her intended prey with a supernatural potion, this dish can hold you under its spell with a vast array of herbs, greens, sausages, and meats. Partake of voodoo greens if you dare!
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. It is a classic and well worth the effort!
Prep Time: 1 Hour Yields: 6 Servings Comment: Oysters and artichokes are two of the most frequently used classic ingredients of early New Orleans. Artichokes were grown by the Creoles as decorative garden