Just like every good day needs to start with a good breakfast, a good cooking show needs to start with breakfast, too! To kick things off, Stacey Little of Southern Bite shares his recipe for Sausage Gravy. Homemade gravy can be a tough task to tackle, but have no fear! With Stacey’s guidance, this recipe comes together quickly and easily.
If you fancy yourself a good Southern cook, there are certain recipes you need to master, like Fried Green Tomatoes. Stacey Little of Southern Bite shows you the fail-proof way to create these tasty, crispy Southern staples. And to find the best tomatoes near you, be sure to check the online director at www.SweetGrownAlabama.org.
We’ve covered breakfast and a side item, so now it’s time to tackle a main dish — and oh my, what a dish this one is! Stacey Little of Southern Bite shows you to make a One Pot Chicken Ratatouille featuring lots of wonderful, fresh produce. And, as always, you can find local produce growers near you in the directory at www.SweetGrownAlabama.org.
Plus, Alabama Cooperative Extension System brings us a Farm and Outdoor segment on understanding and identifying snakes. Extension’s own Wesley Anderson discusses the six types of venomous snakes, the important roles snakes play in our yards and ways to make your yard less appealing to these slithering reptiles.
We’ve covered breakfast, an entree and a side, but now it’s time for everyone’s favorite part of a meal — dessert! And what better way to round out an Alabama cooking show than peaches? Stacey Little of Southern Bite shares his mom’s recipe for an irresistible peach cobbler. You’re gonna have to try this one, y’all!
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