Recipe Index with Links
Here, in one convenient place, find all of Saucy’s recipes indexed by type of food, from Appetizers to Vegetables. Have some coffee and pie…and stay awhile. P~
The South is very well-known for fried chicken and for its nuts (okay, no hillbilly/redneck jokes, now), with pecans topping the list of southern grown tree nuts. When thinking of Southern foods, fried chicken and pecans would certainly come to … Continue reading
This. Oh. It is just so good! And I have a story about how I came to make this version of Pimiento Cheese, of course.
Oyster Casserole is an absolute-must-have in the Saucy household for the holidays; it is that important on the holiday foods line-up. Additionally, it may very well be the single dish that sealed the deal and convinced Mr. Saucy to propose marriage all … Continue reading
Are you looking for a quick dip that works with vegetables and crackers and pretzels and chips? This is it! Beer Cheese!
Black-Eyed Pea Dip: It is a great twist on refried bean dip.I made this recipe for the first time on New Year’s, since eating black-eyed peas is a tradition of good luck for the new year in the South. Recently, … Continue reading
For me, nothing beats a great huge bowl of Southern-Style Mustard Potato Salad. It’s comfort food for the summer in the same way macaroni and cheese is in the winter. There are several tricks to making really good potato salad…I … Continue reading
Shrimp and Grits is a gift to us all from the low country region of coastal South Carolina and Georgia. While the dish has been elevated to upscale dining across the country, originally it was a simple preparation by fishermen … Continue reading
There’s nothing like the first Saturday in May for a Kentuckian to stir the traditions and the heartstrings. Conjecture might equate that sentimentality to the consumption of the favorite beverage of the day, the Mint Julep. But it runs deeper … Continue reading
When I gave my heart to a Kentucky boy, I also married the rich traditions of the Bluegrass State. For instance, not a Derby Day goes by that I don’t polish up a couple Julep cups, crush up some ice … Continue reading