Meat Interlude: Makin’ Bacon

Guest Blogger: I asked my smoking, grilling, meat cooking man to contribute this to DiggingFood.com. The dishes I blog about are not usually meat focused. But, this was too delicious to not share.  For all of my vegetarian readers, scroll quickly past this. I promise my next post will be green. Making home cured bacon is quicker, easier... Continue Reading →

Cast Iron Berry Cobbler

  If you have ever had a Southern Grandmother fix you a bowl of perfect cobbler, it was probably made with a recipe similar to this one. This delicious cobbler is easier than any pie and simply perfect. My Mammaw taught me how to make this, and I have only made a few minor changes... Continue Reading →

How NOT to Braid Garlic

Growing garlic is something that is fairly new to me, so, I am far from an expert. But, over the last 2 years I have learned plenty about my favorite little Alliums. Mostly, I've learned what not to do with garlic and how not to braid it. I grew garlic for the first time last... Continue Reading →

Chanterelles, Ticks, and Rain

Chanterelle season in Alabama is hot, sticky and full of deadly creatures. How do you know when to search for chanterelles in the South? When the daytime temperatures are in the 90s, it storms almost every day, and the humidity is so high you feel like you are in a steam room when you walk... Continue Reading →

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