Hearty Southwestern Dutch Baby [RECIPE]

Hearty Southwestern Dutch Baby

Our Hearty Southwestern Dutch Baby proves this classic one pan meal isn’t just for breakfast anymore. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

We’ve always loved making our Blueberry Dutch Baby for breakfast, with its sweet decadent flavor. But now we’re making this puffy pancake into something worthy of lunch or dinner too! Infused with mouth-watering Southwest flavor and delicious chicken chorizo, this is the perfect meal anytime. Just pair it with a salad and serve! Read more of this post

Hoppin’ John [RECIPE]

Hoppin' John
Pork and black eyed peas come together to create Hoppin’ John, a spicy Southern staple. (Photo by Canva)

Growing up in the South, I frequently discovered marvelous one-pot dinners made with easy-to-find ingredients. For many families, both money and groceries are oftentimes in short supply, and out of necessity cooks learned to make due with what they had on hand. Dishes like gumbo, etouffee and dirty rice utilize simple items including rice, legumes, vegetables and bits of meat or fish. Many of these dishes remain favorites to this day. With Hoppin’ John, the earthy flavor of black-eyed peas combined with bits of salted pork and a dash of spice create a mouth-watering treat that satisfy the biggest appetites with minimal cost.

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