Low Country Boil

How to make a traditional South Carolina Dish called Low Country Boil

Low Country boil is a traditional dish that has been enjoyed by South Carolinians for ages. It combines fresh shrimp, sweet corn, red potatoes, and smoked sausage for an all in one dish that is sure to be a hit of your next party. Some folks also add in blue crab to their dish. You can add or take away what you like and still have an awesome meal. Continue reading “Low Country Boil”

Texas Hash

Texas Hash

Try this quick, easy, and delicious Texas Hash Recipe!

Ok, Let say it is Monday night and it has been a rough day. You get home and think, I got to cook tonight but I really do not want to. You did not lay anything out to cook. You need something that is good and quick to fix for supper. What do you do? Well, I got the perfect recipe for you, Texas Hash. Texas Hash is a combination of hamburger meat, stewed tomatoes, green peppers, spices then served over rice.  If you did not have any meat thawed, just defrost your hamburger meat and you are golden. Continue reading “Texas Hash”

Cheesy Biscuit Topped Chicken Potpie | Southern Bite

Cheesy Biscuit Topped Chicken Pot Pie

Recipe by Stacy Little of Southern Bite

Cheesy Biscuit Topped Chicken Pot Pie

The first time I feel a slight nip in the air, I shift gears and my thoughts about cool and fresh summer salads morph into thoughts about the hearty, stick-to-your-ribs dishes that just say fall to me.  From soups, chilis, and stews, to one-dish meals like this Cheesy Biscuit topped Chicken Pot Pie, I just can’t get enough of them!  And you know, lots of people are intimidated by making their own biscuits, but it seriously couldn’t get much easier than these super-easy drop biscuits.  Yes, you’ve got to get the shortening cut into the flour, but don’t stress over it.  Get it good and blended and you’ll be fine.  And there’s no need to go out and buy a pastry blender if you don’t already have one, two large dinner forks work just as well.  Also, if you’re looking to put this together on a busy weeknight, just stop by the grocery store and pick up a rotisserie chicken and you can have this on the table in about 30 minutes.  And let’s be honest about these biscuits – they really are the star here.  You can skip the chicken pot pie part altogether and just make these biscuits by simply dropping the dough onto  a greased baking sheet and baking for 10 to 12 minutes.  🙂  Y’all enjoy! Continue reading “Cheesy Biscuit Topped Chicken Potpie | Southern Bite”