Sometimes, no matter how many cookouts you’ve been to in the summer, you just want a good, old-fashioned hamburger!
If you are like most people, you have some sort of New Year food tradition. For some, it is grapes, for others it’s collard greens, and for some folks it is black eyed peas. For us, it includes cabbage, black eyed peas and pork!
Cabbage is one of those love it or hate it foods for a lot of people. BUT it doesn’t have to be with one of these recipes: Southern-style cabbage with bacon and Italian-style sweet cabbage.
A few years ago, 50/50 burgers took off and the world will never be the same. Who wouldn’t love a burger that’s half ground beef and half ground bacon? So we decided to use the new grinder attachment for our Kitchen Aid mixer and lose control…
Since there are so many variations to the classic Loaded Baked Potato Soup recipe, we decided to make our own recipe! It’s super creamy, yummy and easy to make!
To kick off the start of the Southern Gay Gourmet, we wanted to share one of our favorite recipes: bacon marmalade. This is something that can be served at any occasion – from a backyard BBQ to a sophisticated cocktail party.
We first had bacon marmalade at a wonderful restaurant in Midtown Atlanta called Empire State South. We DEFINITELY recommend this marmalade paired with a homemade pimiento cheese, on toasted baguette pieces! If you haven’t eaten there, you’re missing out. After searching online for copycat recipes, we finally just took the best parts of all the recipes we found and developed our own recipe.