you can't find anywhere else
- A Redneck Pig Roast: Learn how to roast a pig. Caution: R-rated language.
- Cornbread that doesn't stick to the skillet.
- Biscuits like gran'ma used to make.
- Smoked Meat for beans and turnip greens, etc. Learn how to smoke your own.
- Blues Beans: Feed 2 people for 2 days for $2.
- Cracklins: An old-time Southern delicacy you can make at home.
- Fried Fish and Hushpuppies: Visit a Sunday afternoon juke joint fish fry and learn how to fry fish and make home made hushpuppies.
- Venison chili on a campfire: You can substitute beef for venison, especially if you like your meat with genetically altered cellular structure and with added pesticides, herbicides, antibiotics, growth hormones and E. coli.
- Gumbo on a campfire: Cook it over a campfire or on your stove. Either way, it's delicious.
- Chicken and dumplings on a campfire: Cooked on your stove or over a campfire, these ain't no upstream, Yankee chicken and dumplings. These are downstream, Delta chicken and dumplings.
- Easy Pot Roast: Use venison or beef and cook it on your stove or campfire. Either way, it's easy.
- Pork neckbones 'n' rice: From Carolina Henderson, the cook and old blues song expert at ZZ's juke joint in Ferriday, Louisiana.
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