Classic French Macarons Cookies

Classic French Macarons Cookie Recipe

Classic French Macarons Cookie Recipe The French macarons cookie is beloved in Parisian tea salons and cities all over France.  With a variety of color palettes and flavors, macarons are … Continued

Classic Green Bean Casserole Recipe – Green Bean Supreme Casserole Recipe

  Green Bean Casserole is considered the ultimate comfort food and one of the most popular side dishes served on Thanksgiving in America.   I have include two popular Green … Continued

Classic Split Pea Soup

Classic Split Pea Soup History and Recipe

  This is the Classic Split Pea Soup loved by everyone, especially my family.  Made with dried split peas and cooked with flavorful ham, split pea soup is warm, so … Continued

Club Sandwich

Club Sandwich History

The Club Sandwich is a sandwich with cooked chicken breast and bacon, along with juicy ripe tomatoes and crisp lettuce layered between two or three slices of toasted bread with … Continued

Southern Coca Cola Chocolate Cake

Coca Cola Chocolate Cake Recipe

 Southerners love their Coca Cola Chocolate Cake!  Marshmallows and soda pop may seem like odd ingredients to use in a cake, but in the South, they are the real thing. … Continued

Cod Chowder

Cod Chowder and Fish Stew History

  Photo from Fisheries and Aquaculture, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.   Chowder has remained a steadfast tradition in Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and other Maritime Provinces of Canada … Continued

Collard Greens

Collard Greens History and Recipe

But I have never tasted meat, nor cabbage, nor corn, for beans, nor fluid food on half as sweet as that first mess of greens. By James T. Cotton Noe … Continued

Conch Chowder

Conch Chowder History and Recipe

In the early 1800s, people from the Bahamas began migrating to the Keys.  These immigrants were called conchs because of the sea snail they like to eat of the same … Continued

Coq au Vin Chicken Recipe

 Julia Child’s Coq au Vin Coq au Vin (Casserole of Chicken in Red Wine) is Julia Child’s recipe for this famous chicken dish.  Coq au Vin, also known as “Rooster in Red … Continued

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe

Stove Top – Slow Cooker – Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Instructions   My family and I look forward to enjoying corned beef and cabbage dinner as part of celebrating Saint … Continued

Cornell Chicken

Cornell Chicken Barbecue Sauce History and Recipe

  One taste of this Cornell Chicken recipe and you will definitely know why it is so popular.  My husband loves it!  This delicious chicken is served everywhere in New … Continued

Cornish Pasty

Cornish Pasty History and Recipe

Pastie or Pasty (PASS-tee) – These are basically individual pies filled with meats and vegetables that are cooked together.  They should weigh about two pounds or more.  The identifying feature … Continued

Country Ham and Red Eye Gravy

Country Ham and Red Eye Gravy History and Recipe

Country Ham and Red Eye Gravy Virginia hams or Smithfield hams are universally recognized to be the country’s finest, and serving these hams with red eye gravy is a regional … Continued

Gourmet Crab Louie Salad

Crab Louie Salad History and Recipe

  Today there are as many versions of this famous Crab Louie Salad as there are cooks.  Along with the tradition of seafood in many households, Crab Louis is among … Continued

Crawfish Boil

Crawfish Boil – Louisiana Crawfish Boil

  Crawfish Boil – Louisiana Crawfish Boil Crawfish boils are wonderful messy affairs, best suited for the outdoors.  Boiling crawfish is a festive event and eating is also thirsty work, … Continued