Baba Au Rhum Cake

Baba Au Rhum Cake History

Baba Au Rhum Cake – Baba Au Savarin – Savar   Baba Au Rhum Cake is a small cakes made from yeast dough containing raisins or currants.  Baba Au Rhum … Continued

Bacon Infused Bloody Mary Cocktail

Bacon Bloody Mary Cocktail with Bacon Infused Vodka Recipe

Hair of the dog?  Maybe you’re just looking for a great brunch cocktail or trying to impress the bacon addicts with something new.  Try a bacon Bacon Bloody Mary!   … Continued

Beef Barbacoa

Beef Barbacoa Recipe

Slow Cooker – Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Instructions If you are a fan of Chipotle restaurant’s Beef Barbacoa, then you will love this easy-to-make recipe to enjoy in your tacos, … Continued

Beef On Weck Sandwich

Beef on Weck Sandwich History and Recipe

Some people consider Beef on Weck (thinly sliced slow-roasted rare roast beef piled as high as 6 inches) on a freshly baked kummelweck roll, the Best Roast Beef Sandwich in … Continued

Beer Cheese Soup

Beer Cheese Soup Recipe

Stove top – Slow Cooker – Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Instructions This Beer Cheese Soup will remind you of a cold and snowy winter day in front of a fireplace. … Continued

Beignet

Beignet History and Recipe

  Beignet History: The word beignet (pronounced ben-YAY) comes from the early Celtic word bigne meaning “to raise.”  It is also French for “fritter.” Beignets, a New Orleans specialty, are … Continued

Bermuda Fish Chowder

Bermuda Fish Chowder History and Recipe

This delicious robust tomato-based fish Bermuda Fish Chowder is considered to be Bermuda’s national dish.  Bermudians have their own answer to bouillabaisse. This chowder differs from American versions of chowder by … Continued

Bialys

Bialy – Bialystok Kuchen History and Recipe

Outside of New York City, the bialy is little known.  Bialys came to the United States from Bialystok, Poland, and they are sometimes known as Bialystok Kuchen.  In the early … Continued

Birthday Cake History

    Some historians think that the custom of the birthday cake was observed in ancient Greece, and they report that the birthday cake began with the Greeks who used … Continued

Black Forest Cake

Black Forest Cake History and Recipe

Black Forest cake has multiple (usually 4) layers of chocolate sponge cake, cherries, and whipped cream.  It is frosted with whipped cream and covered with chocolate shavings and a few … Continued

Boiled Peanuts

Boiled Peanuts History and Recipe

Boiled Peanuts – the Southern Snack Food Boiled peanuts are a traditional snack food in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, northern Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi (I have heard that Texans … Continued

Boston Cream Pie

Boston Cream Pie History and Recipe

Is Boston Cream Pie really a cake and not a pie!?  Two layers of sponge cake are filled with thick vanilla custard and topped with a chocolate glaze or a … Continued

Brunswick Stew

Brunswick Stew History and Recipe

    “Brunswick Stew is what happens when small mammals carrying ears of corn fall into barbeque pits.” – by Humorist Roy Blount Jr.  “The stew is not done until … Continued

Bubble Tea

Bubble Tea Recipe

  Finally there is a drink that is fun to eat – Bubble Tea!   Move over trendy coffee drinks and make way for the Bubble Tea craze!   Southerners have always known that … Continued

Buffalo Chicken Wings

Buffalo Chicken Wings History and Recipe

The Buffalo chicken wing can be considered a true All-American blue collar dish.  It’s origins coming from the city of Buffalo, New York, with a high density of blue collar workers and … Continued