In The Kitchen

Mike McDonald’s Pickled Fish

Mike McDonald’s Pickled Fish

By Mike McDonald

Pickled fish has been a favorite among northerners for years. Once you try this sweet treat you will pickle crappie, bass, catfish, and anything else you can get in the jar. This stuff is great on top of Ritz crackers! Ingredients: • 2 lbs Tilapia • 1 1/2 cups canning salt • 1 gallon white vinegar • 7 cups sugar • 1/4 cup pickling spice • 1/4 ...

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Quick Peach Cobbler

Quick Peach Cobbler

By Steve Hall

A southern treat that is fast and easy. When your hunters come in and smell this cooking in the cabin you will hear someone say..."Where's the ice cream!" Ingredients: • 1 1/4 lb. stick of butter • 1 cup sugar • 1 cup milk • 1 cup self rising flour • 1-19 oz can of peaches in heavy syrup Cooking Directions: Preheat your oven to 350 with...

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Country@Heart Dinner Diaries

Old South Tomato Pie
Old South Tomato Pie

By Tim H. Martin

Recipe Courtesy of Walters’ Gas & Grill • Society Hill, Alabama. I was beginning to think tomato pie was extinct. The dish seems to have vanished from the Deep South like cotton mills, moonshine stills and Ivory-Billed Woodpe... READ MORE


Winter-Buster Beef Soup
Winter-Buster Beef Soup

By Tim H. Martin

Bayou and bay flavors amp up this beefy-vegetable classic. Ingredients: • 2 to 2 1/2 lbs. ground beef or venison • 3 cups beef broth • 2  28 oz. cans diced tomatoes • 10 oz. can Ro*Tel tomatoes and diced green chili... READ MORE


Tasso: America’s Great Unknown Secret Ingredient
Tasso: America’s Great Unknown Secret Ingredient

By Tim H. Martin

So, what is tasso? I believe it’s the best-kept secret ingredient in all of American food culture. Unless you’re from the Cajun Country of southern Louisiana, you’ve probably never heard of it — even my spell-checker... READ MORE


Ten Cooking Questions for Kristy Lee Cook
Ten Cooking Questions for Kristy Lee Cook

By Tim H. Martin

American Idol Finalist, Recording Artist and Outdoorswoman Q: If you were cooking dinner for Simon Cowell, what would you serve him? A: Probably Rattlesnake. Ha! No! In all seriousness, I would cook him something like elk steaks, sweet pota... READ MORE


Winter’s Day Etouffee
Winter’s Day Etouffee

By Tim H. Martin

Winter's Day Etouffée Recipe: Author's Note:• If you’re not a big fan of mudbugs, don’t fret — substituting shrimp is an excellent alternative. To Begin:• First, peel and de-vein 1 to 1 1/2 pounds raw shri... READ MORE


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