Classic Southern Recipes
Rebecca Lang invites you to come home to comforting meals and treasured memories with these recipes from her book, Around the Southern Table. These old-fashioned Southern recipes are sure to become favorites at your table.
Creamed Silver Queen Corn
Silver Queen is a variety of white corn with milky, creamy kernels. It’s beloved for its lightly sweet flavor. Don’t be tempted to just cut the corn from the cob with a knife. A corn cutter or creamer creates much, much creamier corn. I use the same wooden corn cutter that my grandmother Sa used. It’s one of my prized possessions. Look for your own antique cutter at estate sales—or for brand-new ones made of wood or stainless steel at hardware and cookware stores. No matter the material, this Southern tool makes creamed corn like nothing else.
Cat-head Biscuits with Tomato Gravy
Country Ham with Redeye Gravy
Divine Pimiento Cheese
Real Buttermilk Fried Chicken
Old-Fashioned Collard Greens
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