Handed down from generation to generation on stained recipe cards and in tattered notebooks, comfort foods are staples for anyone wanting a hearty meal and a little taste of home. Try one of these comforting classics tonight.
Nothing is more comforting than a big bowl of hearty Brunswick stew. For extremely tender meat that's easy to shred, try cooking
on low heat for a long time. High heat yields a less tender product.
Freshly-grated Parmesan adds the cheesy flavor to this casserole. This recipe is great for making ahead and freezing.
This Southern meatloaf recipe features Creole and Greek seasonings and a hint of garlic. A few tablespoons of Worcestershire
sauce spice up the traditional ketchup topping.
Any way you serve it―warm or cold, with or without ice cream―pecan pie is always a favorite. To prevent the filling from seeping
under the crust, we suggest using two crusts and stacking them.
Pork, cabbage, and apples are a classic combination. With plenty of spices and even a beer to add flavor this one-dish meal
will become a staple in your household.
Lose the centerpiece to your table. This impressive pot pie is enough dazzle guests.
You can almost hear the dinner bell calling you in for this comforting meat-and-potatoes meal. To make a Cola Pot Roast, substitute
1 (12-oz.) can cola soft drink for beer.
Showcase two of the South’s most beloved products—peaches and pecans—in this old-fashioned peach cobbler recipe.
This classic lasagna recipe perfectly matches traditional Italian ingredients with a homemade sauce. Layers of cheese, meat,
and pasta will satisfy any crowd.
Our Crispy Chicken-and-Rice Casserole is a perfect "mobile" dish for a covered-dish supper. Water chestnuts and cornflakes
cereal make this casserole crispy.
Crispy bacon, sautéed onion, ham, and garlic perfect these collard greens, making them an essential part of your traditional
Any dish with gravy is bound to be delicious and comforting, and these pork chops are no exception.
As the name suggests, this is a classic that will be sure to satisfy the whole family. Thyme, garlic powder, poultry seasoning,
and bacon drippings are used to flavor this dish.
Catfish is an extremely popular meal in restaurants throughout the country, especially when fried. Our fried catfish presents
a fresh variation on the traditional recipe with the addition of rosemary and lemon.
This recipe is so easy you may start serving this classic dessert with every meal. Top with ice cream or seasonal fruits for
a tasty combination.
Recipe: Two-Step Pound Cake