Disclaimer: Kyvan Foods sent us these products to try out. As always we do not do reviews for the sake of saying a product is good or bad but rather we are just highlighting these products.
Growing up in the south, Southern Food has always been a staple in our home. Southern food roots came from Soul Food Cooking. It all goes back to the saying that if you love what you are doing you will put your heat and soul into it. That is what soul food is all about. Kyvan Foods are putting their heart and soul into their foods also, making awesome soul food selections. Continue reading “Kyvan Foods | Sweet Potato BBQ Sauce and The Original Hot Sauce”
Unicoi Preserves is a small batch mountain grown goodness fruit spread
Back in the summer of 2014, our family took our yearly vacation in Helen, Georgia. While there, we visited a state park called Unicoi State Park. Meanwhile, I had just gotten over back surgery and was told to do lots of walking. There was a waterfall that we wanted to see that was a moderate hike to get to. It was a great accomplishment for me and since then that park has a special place in my heart. Fast forward to this year, I came across a company with the same name as the park. Continue reading “Unicoi Preserves | Product Review”
Disclamier: D'vash contacted us to see if we would try their product. Our purpose at Southern Food Junkie is not to tell you a product is good or bad but simply to share with you a brand you may not have heard of before.
In recent years, there have been tons of new products that have come on the scene as a sugar replacement. You have agave nectar, Stevia, and Splenda just to name a few. Most of those have advantages and disadvantages. Whether it is a bad after taste, or lacking in nutrition that has turned you away, now there is a new choice on the market. This is D’Vash Date Nectar. Continue reading “D’Vash Date Nectar”
Tower Root Beer, Quenching Boston’s Thirst Since 1914.
Disclaimer: Tower Root Beer was gracious enough to send their product to us to try. Our purpose at Southern Food Junkie is not to tell you a product is good or bad but simply to share with you a brand you may not have heard of before.
Root Beer, like most sodas, started out as a type of medicine. The ingredients in root beer were long used by Native Americans for medicinal purposes. Once someone combined the root tea with soda, root beer was born and forever changed the course of America. In other words, root beer is an iconic part of Americana. From the early days as a tonic to the 40’s and 50’s soda shop jerks making root beer floats. Root beer is a part of American Thread. This week we are reviewing a soda that has been around since 1914, this is Tower Root Beer. Continue reading “Tower Root Beer”
Review of two great sodas, Double Cola and Ski soda from one awesome company, The Double Cola Company
Disclaimer: Double Cola sent us a few samples to try in return for our honest review. Our purpose at Southern Food Junkie is not to tell you a product is good or bad but simply to share with you a brand you may not have heard of before.
It seems like the late 1800’s and early 1900’s was a booming time for soda. Equally important is nearly all of the sodas created at that time were created in the South. The South has contributed many unique foods, snacks, and drinks throughout the years so it is no surprise that after all these years the South is still the King of Sodas. One Soda company that is still making awesome soda from that era is Double Cola Company. This is the review of Double Cola and Ski Soda. Continue reading “Double Cola and Ski Soda Review”
To truly create something great you have to do it the Stubborn Way.
Every since that first sip of ice cold soda, people have been hooked on it. Soda is fizzy, sweet, bubbly, and refreshing. People love soda and it is evident by how much the two big ones, Coke and Pepsi sell. Now soda is like fast food or other sweets, it is meant to be enjoyed on occasion and not an everyday thing. Most of the big companies have resulted to using cheaper ingredients like high fructose corn syrup that is not as good for you. Meanwhile, there are a plethora of craft sodas that are popping up that offer better ingredients like real cane sugar and no artificial flavors. This week we are reviewing Stubborn Soda Black Cherry with Tarragon Flavor. Continue reading “Stubborn Soda Black Cherry with Tarragon Flavor”
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This week on Southern Food Junkie we are doing a food review. What a better way to start it off than with one of the south’s favorite foods, Pimento Cheese. I grew up on pimento cheese. It is cheap and makes great sandwiches. I came across a brand that I had never tried before so I decided to give it a go. Wow! This was the best pimento cheese I have ever had. This week we tried out Palmetto Cheese, made right here in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. Continue reading “Palmetto Cheese”