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Heavenly Cream Biscuits
Heavenly Cream Biscuits are not your Grandmother’s old-fashioned biscuits, nor are they trying to be. However, this type is a quicker, easier-to-make biscuit than hers, now appearing in some of the Deep South’s finest gourmet restaurants. For many years I’ve tried to re-create my Grandmamma Graham’s biscuits to no avail. Sometimes I’d get pretty close, but something was always missing. My wife and family are only half joking when they claim Johnnie Belle had a magical ingredient in her fingertips that made the dough special. My friends with grandmothers from the country say the same thing, and I believe it to be true. If some sort of secret old lady voodoo magic is all I lack to make the perfect biscuit, all I can hope for is the next best thing. This recipe might just be it. Comparing grandmother biscuits to Heavenly Cream Biscuits is apples and oranges, because they require two completely different techniques and with differing sets of ingredients. Grandmamma Graham used buttermilk, real lard, real butter, a pinch of salt and this and that. She never kept a recipe. Still, I always compare other people’s biscuits to hers, even when dining out. Like the time I ... More

Heavenly Cream Biscuits
Heavenly Cream Biscuits are not your Grandmother’s old-fashioned biscuits, nor are they trying to be. However, this type is a quicker, easier-to-make biscuit than hers, now appearing in some of the Deep South’s finest gourmet restaurants. For many years I’...
 

Gwin's Roadhouse Sausage Gravy
In a large pot or skillet, brown the sausage completely. No need to drain unless there is noticeable excess grease. Add flour to the sausage and stir over med-low heat for about two minutes, coating the sausage well. Gradually add the milk, stirring continuous...
 

Gwin's Alaska-sized Breakfast Burrito
The only thing worse than falling headfirst into the Russian River is falling headfirst into the Russian River while surrounded by brown bears and a wife who told you so. In September of 2006, Allyson and I went on a do-it-yourself fly fishing adventure in...
 

Gator Tail Jambalaya
A few years ago, my youngest brother, Darryl Martin, drew a gator tag and took an 8 1⁄2-footer in South Georgia. He was looking for ways to cook the big lizard, so he gave me several bags of gator tail to try in various recipes. Jambalaya was my first thought....
 

Beef or Venison Tips
I first met Chef Paula George, in all places, on an Auburn University football message board. When the Tigers are between seasons, board members often share recipes in the Tiger Café, a forum for AU tailgaters and all food lovers. It didn’t take long to see Pa...
 

Chicken & Buttermilk Dunklins
Seems like most chicken and dumpling recipes are too thin and soupy for my taste. And they leave guests fighting for their fair share of dumplings. Not my recipe! When proportioning it out, I accounted for those common shortcomings and created the best possibl...
 

Buckmasters Big Red Chili
Buckmasters annual Chili Cook-off is an event Buckmasters employees look forward to each fall. Everyone has a great time whether they're entered into the chili competition, the Halloween costume contest or simply standing by with a spoon, a judge's card and...
 

Troy Landry's Crawfish Étouffée Stuffed Peppers
In 2012, I had the privilege of sitting down with Troy Landry for a few moments at the Buckmasters Expo. While he and his sons were taking a break from signing autographs at the Swamp People booth, Troy and I spoke at the lunch table about his love for cook...
 

Will Primos' Cheesy Chicken Chili
I've put my own spin on this recipe using red meat from wild game. I've found substituting deer or elk for chicken works great. Although it won't be white chili anymore, you can use backstraps for a wonderful variation. Slice the backstrap as thinly as poss...
 

Ten Cooking Questions for Kristy Lee Cook
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 potato casserole, bread and salad. (I know rattlesnake sounds best for the perso...
 
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