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Thu
30
Apr '09

A Southern Springtime Breakfast: Rosemary Summer Squash and Green Pepper Hash Recipe

Rosemary Summer Squash and Green Pepper Hash Recipe by Doug DuCap

This springtime ‘hash’ celebrates the fresh flavors of the garden and the delightful fragrance of rosemary. It’s such a delicious accompaniment to eggs and bacon that you won’t even miss potatoes!

It’s also great as a dinner side dish, too, especially with the addition of a little minced garlic.

The proportions of this recipe are not crucial, so feel free to adjust and improvise.

Here’s how to make the delicious and savory Rosemary Summer Squash and Green Pepper Hash:

Ingredients:

2 Tbsp olive oil
2 large yellow squash, chopped
1 medium green pepper, chopped
1 large leek, trimmed and chopped
1 tsp finely minced fresh rosemary leaves
1/4 tsp salt
1/8 tsp white pepper
Pinch of cayenne

PREPARATION:

Heat the oil in a large skillet. Saute the squash, green pepper, and leeks until just softened. Add the remaining ingredients and cook an additional five minutes.

Serves 4.

Enjoy!

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Wed
29
Apr '09

A Southern Springtime Breakfast: Southern Style Pimento Cheese Eggs Recipe

Southern Style Pimento Cheese Eggs Recipe by Doug DuCap

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Whether it’s filling a sandwich or topping a burger, Pimento Cheese is a Southern favorite. Here, the three main ingredients of Pimento Cheese (Diced pimento, shredded cheddar, and mayonnaise) create a breakfast dish that looks as good as it tastes!

You can use a milder cheddar if you prefer. Some folks here use Hoop Cheese, which in the South refers to a red-wax coated hard yellow cheese that is cut in wedges from a large round.

It’s also known as Rat Cheese, because it looks just like the quintessential cheese wedge from countless Saturday morning cartoons and illustrations. (At least I hope that’s the reason!)

Here’s how to make the Southern Style Pimento Cheese Eggs:

Ingredients:

6 eggs
1-1/2 Tbsp mayonnaise (preferably Duke’s)
Pinch each of salt, white pepper, and cayenne
1/2 cup diced pimento (or diced roasted red peppers)
3/4 cup shredded sharp cheddar

PREPARATION:

Whisk together the eggs, mayo, salt, white pepper, & cayenne until thoroughly blended. Mix in the diced pimento and shredded cheddar.

Pour into a hot buttered pan and cook until the bottom is set; finish under the broiler until top is firm.

Serves 4.

Enjoy!

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Tue
28
Apr '09

A Southern Springtime Breakfast: Easy Southern Fry Bread Biscuits Recipe

A Southern Springtime Breakfast: Easy Southern Fry Bread Biscuits Recipe by Doug DuCap

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Spring is here in all its verdant glory, and our thoughts turn to fresh vegetables at the farmers market, fresh herbs from the garden, and casual outdoor dining. Nothing could be finer than to breakfast in the gentle Carolina sunshine in the morning, so this week we’ll be presenting three recipes for a Southern Springtime Breakfast.

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A fresh, homemade Southern biscuit, made from scratch, is a culinary treasure and absolutely worth the time and effort it takes to do it right. However…one may be willing to make the effort, but may not have the time.

Having a roll of refrigerated biscuit dough on hand is a good idea; you can use them to satisfy a serious biscuit jones in a hurry, and you can do other fun things like make these wonderful fry breads.

An important cooking note: these things fry up very quickly – about 15 seconds per side (no kidding!) Also, don’t expect them to sizzle and pop and sound like they’re frying, because they won’t. It’s going to sound like the oil isn’t hot enough. Don’t be fooled! As soon as you put one in, count to ten and start checking!

Here’s how to make the Easy Southern Fry Bread Biscuits:

Ingredients:

1 roll (16.3 oz) Pillsbury Grands Southern Style Biscuits
Oil for frying (preferably something neutral like canola or vegetable oil)
Salt (optional)

PREPARATION:

Separate the biscuits and gently stretch and flatten them out into thin rounds (try to get them as thin as possible without tearing them.)

Heat about 1/4 inch of oil in a skillet until hot (about 360 degrees). Lay a biscuit in the oil and count to ten. Check the underside; when the edges are golden brown, flip it over and count again. Remove and drain on paper towels. Sprinkle lightly with salt, if desired.

Serves 4.

Enjoy!

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