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”

The Junction Landrum, SC

The Junction Landrum SC

The Junction is serving up a country style buffet that will leave you with a smile

Take a drive down South Carolina Scenic Highway 11 from Campobello, SC to Landrum SC and you will come to an intersection, a junction. Sitting on one of the corners is a rustic building with old Glory waving as you pass by. Stepping through the doors is like taking a time travel back to a simpler time when food was simple but good.  This is the restaurant review for The Junction in Landrum, SC.  Continue reading “The Junction Landrum, SC”

D’Vash Date Nectar

D'Vash Date Nectar

D’Vash Date Nectar is sweet as molasses

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 NectarContinue reading “D’Vash Date Nectar”

Mama’s Farmhouse Pigeon Forge, TN

Mama's Farmhouse
Flowers to brighten your day

Mama’s Farmhouse breakfast takes you back to simpler times

Growing up in the South, a traditional breakfast consisted of grits, eggs, bacon, and some type of bread. Most Southerners would have biscuits as their choice of bread if you asked them. We love our breakfast and consider it to be the most important meal of the day. Eating breakfast, especially Sunday breakfast, is almost like a holiday for Southerners. If asked, most Southerners would tell you that they love their mama or grandmama’s cooking. So it is no surprise to find a restaurant in the hills of the Smoky Mountains honoring their Mother. This is the review of Mama’s Farmhouse. Continue reading “Mama’s Farmhouse Pigeon Forge, TN”

Tower Root Beer

Tower Root Beer Since 1914
Tower Root Beer Since 1914

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”

Blueberry-Banana Cream Pie

Blueberry-Banana Cream Cheese Pie
Blueberry-Banana Cream Cheese Pie

The flavors of Blueberry, Banana, and Cream Cheese marries well in this Blueberry-Banana Cream Pie.

Growing up in the south, desserts have always been a pivotal part of any Sunday dinner. Similarly, it is like Mashed potatoes and gravy, macaroni and cheese, or steak and potatoes. It is almost a cardinal sin in the South not to have dessert with your Sunday Dinner. It is that important! At any rate, my mom has made many desserts throughout my lifetime that I really loved. This one holds a special place in my heart as I love blueberries and bananas. When you put them together with the cream cheese filling, it just makes sense. I am not sure where this recipe came from but the first time she made this I was very young. I hope you enjoy this as much as I have throughout the years. This is the recipe for Blueberry-Banana Cream Pie. Scroll to bottom for the recipe. Continue reading “Blueberry-Banana Cream Pie”

Kinch’s Restaurant Rock Hill, SC

Cool Shirts at kinch's Restaurant
Cool Shirts at kinch’s Restaurant

Southern Comfort food from a century-old building makes for a perfect match at Kinch’s Restaurant.

 

The Sign For Kinch's Restaurant
Beautiful day outside Kinch’s Restaurant

The downtown portion of Rock Hill has gotten a much-needed facelift. This has rejuvenated the interest in business moving back to an area that was once thriving. Meanwhile, Rockhillians affectionately call the downtown area Old Town Rock Hill. Today we head to this historical downtown area of Rock Hill to try out some comfort food at Kinch’s Resturant. Continue reading “Kinch’s Restaurant Rock Hill, SC”