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This version of shrimp and grits A Ya-Ya is made by chef Jim Shirley in Seaside, Florida. It comes with shrimp, a spinach sauce and a cheesy, gouda grits.
Dig into a southern breakfast of biscuits, apricot country ham, poached eggs, and an apricot hollandaise. It’s a new kind of eggs Benedict that we can’t get enough of.
Loaded with a flavorful array of spices and served over jasmine rice, these Indian curry potatoes with spring vegetables are bright and hearty. The perfect dish for a cool spring day.
A hearty shrimp soup is loaded with warm nutrients from red potatoes and turnip greens. Delicious and rejuvenating all in one bowl.
Blue cheese is served with beets for a sweet salad with red onion, pecans, arugula, and basil, drizzled with orange dressing. Fresh, cool, decadent.
We are smack dab in the middle of crawfish season, so if you haven’t had a boil at least once this year it’s time to read this guide and catch up.
It’s time to make a steaming pot of seafood gumbo. Enjoy this hearty stew with rice and sit back and warm up.
A classic Creole dish topped with fork tender meat and creamy grits made with buttery Havarti cheese.
For an easy holiday appetizer than can be served in small cups or in a dish, try this slow marinated lump crab.
“Everyone has their own idea of the perfect burger; mine was inspired by the drive-in that my family used to take me to” Get the recipe from Sean’s cookbook
The beauty of Rioja wine is that is goes with any cuisine, especially Louisiana cuisine. Fried cajun-style pork balls are a great tapa with Rioja wine.
Make a filling breakfast with individual skillet quiches. The insides are steaming with gooey cheese, broccoli, and creamy eggs.
Gulf Coast’s Seagrove Village MarketCafe divulges their delicious recipe for barbecue shrimp and grits.
Marinated cucumbers and onions combine with blue crabs to make this Gulf Coast favorite salad.
Check out Southern eggs sadou with hollandaise and greens for your next brunch meal.
Zipper peas, a classic Southern food, have a mild-flavor and a great source of protein. Serve over rice, with butter.
Thick and creamy butternut squash soup gets upgraded from appetizer to main course with the addition of some chunks of chicken.
A cool cucumber yogurt sauce offsets the heat from the spice-filled marinade in this great grilling recipe.
You’ll want to season the potatoes with freshly ground pepper, but because blue cheese is fairly salty on its own, you probably won’t need any additional salt.
This simple breakfast or brunch is perfect for slow mornings after late nights.
Try this healthy, kid-friendly recipe for your next game-day get together.
Hang on to any leftover cheese sauce from this recipe and add it to mashed potatoes later in the week.
This smoky take on a brunch favorite comes Lafayette, Louisiana’s The French Press restaurant but you can make it yourself for a taste of Cajun flavor at home.
No Labor Day barbecue would be complete without a great, classic burger.
For a twist, add chopped canned jalapeños, cheese or cracklin’s to the cornbread for something different depending on you main dish.
Named after a cat and a dachshund, Bud & Alley’s has been a Seaside favorite…
This fast and festive dinner pairs a slightly smoky cheese with fresh shrimp and avocado.
This cocktail is the perfect way to celebrate dinner with family and friends and toast the summer season.
Once you fry your own chicken, you’ll never be as happy with that store bought bucket of bird again.
Wanna try your hands on something a little bit fancy. Try this awesome recipe courtesy of chef Brian Murray.
This Pickled Shrimp recipe is a Southern favorite you could eat year round.