So many pimento cheese recipes out there this is one of them. Sriracha kick. Delicious on a cracker with a piece of ham and dill pickle slice!
This is a very good and easy recipe to make.
I made this for New Year's Eve and it was so good. I couldn't even taste the alcohol in it.
A complete change from the typical dish this is inspired by the recipe of the Walker family of Orange Beach AL. It is roux based not cream and is rich hearty and deeply satisfying. Red pepper flakes and/or hot sauce may be added as desired.
My take on a low-country classic.
Potatoes and clams in broth are served with crispy bits of fatback sprinkled over the top. If good fatback is hard to find in your area you may substitute with bacon. This is the way they've made it down home for more than 100 years. It ain't fancy but oh my is it fine!
Rich and creamy custard over alternating layers of wafer cookies and sliced bananas.
Greens with a real kick! I make these regularly to keep canned and ready for when I wanna serve them. Goes awesome with meatloaf or toted along to a pot luck. Enjoy!
My backwoods Mississippi grandmother loves to can her own sweet pickles! Here's how she does it! My grandmother stresses that you shouldn't leave them unrefrigerated for more than four or five hours or they may not keep. She says it's easy and very good! My grandmother rotates the can by turning it upside down every other day then back over. Within about a week the pickles will be sweet and delicious!
Can be easily adapted to any taste - it is a little bit spicy as written but adapt it add or subtract ingredients...even adaptable for kids. It is a fun meal for a crowd