A fantastic party appetizer to celebrate your spring gobbler.
Fried turkey breast (wild or store-bought), cut into chunks, then breaded with Saltines and served with Mississippi comeback sauce.
So far as a ramps recipe goes, this is an easy one. The origins of this recipe are Italian, where they call this method agrodolce, or sweet-and-sour. You can do this to any sturdy vegetable, from ramp bulbs to pearl onions, small turnips, carrots, parsnips, and even things like cauliflower. It is a great accompaniment
A fish stew featuring fantastic Southern ingredients: Gulf fish, hominy, black-eyed peas, Conecuh sausage. Any fish works in this recipe.
Smoked pork chops, using real, meaty, fatty, thick pork chops. Useful in all sorts of ways!
Classic mid-Atlantic scrapple is pork, spices, cornmeal, buckwheat flour and love.
A lighter, brighter version of chili. This chili uses ground turkey, black beans, corn, tomatoes and dried chiles.
Cajun style turkey gumbo with wild turkey, andouille sausage and Gulf shrimp.