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Author Archive: Steve Gordon

Award Winning Food Preservationist, Fisherman, Online Contributor to Our State Magazine Newsletter.

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Southern Banana Pudding Recipe

Southern Banana Pudding Recipe

| January 8, 2012 | 210 Comments

Nothing tops off a great home cooked Southern meal any better than this down home, made-from-scratch, banana pudding.  Or, as we often call it, “naner puddin.”  It’s just downright good and most definitely…a Southern tradition.  We’re going to show you how to make this one with or without a real egg white meringue topping, the […]

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Southern Black Eye Peas Recipe

Southern Black Eye Peas Recipe

| January 3, 2012 | 10 Comments

A part of the Southern diet for nearly 300 years, it doesn’t matter if you call them Black Eye, or Black Eyed Peas, this is a great side dish for just about any meal.  You’re certain to find them on almost every Southern table on New Year’s Day, along with a pot of collards and […]

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New Beginnings 01-01-2012

| January 1, 2012 | 1 Comment

Happy New Year! This is my first official post on this Taste of Southern website.  Well, at least the third attempt to build this website.  And, if the old saying is true, I’m in hopes that “third times a charm,” will take hold. I’ve been working on this site for over a year now.  I […]

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New Year’s Day Meal

New Year’s Day Meal

| January 1, 2012 | 17 Comments

The Traditional Southern New Years Day Meal: … NOTE:  This was one of our very first posts made when we launched our website on January 01, 2012. It’s a traditional meal here in the South and I hope you enjoy reading about it and trying some of our recipes. A New Year… a time for […]

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Southern Collard Greens Recipe

Southern Collard Greens Recipe

| January 1, 2012 | 45 Comments

Southern Collard Greens, that delicious green vegetable served year round in most Southern households. It’s the mainstay side dish of most every New Years Day meal. It’s even supposed to be good for you. But wait, I hate collards. I always have and I always probably will.

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