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Tomato Soup

The beauty of this soup is its simplicity. Brought to you from my days as a line cook, this soup was incredibly popular and a favorite to make.

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Cornbread stuffing ready to serve

Cornbread Stuffing

My favorite cornbread stuffing is made with homemade cornbread, your choice of breakfast sausage, and comes together with plenty of herbs and spices.

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Cast Iron Cornbread baked and ready to eat

Cast Iron Cornbread

Buttery cornbread made with real ingredients and cooked in hot, buttered cast iron yields crispy edges and a perfectly moist bread. Perfect for chili, bangers, and beans, or fried chicken.

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Buttermilk Apple Fritters dished up and ready to eat

Buttermilk Apple Fritters

Just when you thought a fritter couldn’t get any better, these buttermilk apple fritters come along and change everything. Best eaten hot and dipped in buttermilk glaze.

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Split pea and ham soup served and ready to eat

Split Pea and Ham Soup

This split pea and ham soup will make you close your eyes in bliss! Simple, but packed with flavor this healthy, comforting soup is the perfect meal.

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Jambalaya finished and ready to eat.

Jambalaya

I spent four months in New Orleans to really understand the food, the culture and the history. Cook Jambalaya like it was meant to be with this recipe!

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Gyoza Mushroom Soup served and ready to eat

Gyoza Mushroom Soup

Gyoza Mushroom Soup is all the flavors you love in a potsticker combined into a soup! Easy to make and a great way to get a new dinner on the table.

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French Bread baked and ready to eat

French Bread

This French bread recipe has been perfected over six months of testing. It is flavorful and soft with the perfect crumb and a buttery, chewy interior.

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Spicy Collard Greens dished up and ready to eat

Spicy Collard Greens

Nobody knows how to cook greens like someone from the South. Until you’ve tried collard greens like they’re meant to be you don’t know what you’re missing!

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