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There's more to a recipe besides add a pinch of salt and a dash of pepper. Pull up a chair to Deep South Dining and get a new recipe that you can try or you can share one of your own. Having some friends over and don't know what to cook? Does everybody go crazy over your specialty dish? What's the story behind your family's secret sauce? It's the history behind true southern cooking. It's Deep South Dining!

There's more to a recipe besides add a pinch of salt and a dash of pepper. Pull up a chair to Deep South Dining and get a new recipe that you can try or you can share one of your own. Having some friends over and don't know what to cook? Does everybody go crazy over your specialty dish? What's the story behind your family's secret sauce? It's the history behind true southern cooking. It's Deep South Dining!
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Jackson, MS

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There's more to a recipe besides add a pinch of salt and a dash of pepper. Pull up a chair to Deep South Dining and get a new recipe that you can try or you can share one of your own. Having some friends over and don't know what to cook? Does everybody go crazy over your specialty dish? What's the story behind your family's secret sauce? It's the history behind true southern cooking. It's Deep South Dining!

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English

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Episodes

Deep South Dining: Elizabeth Heiskell

8/12/2019
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Based in Oxford but born and raised in the Delta Elizabeth Heiskell has become one of the premiere food personalities to come form Mississippi. Malcolm and Caroll talked with Elizabeth about her path to the kitchen and how it has taken her places near and far from her Rosedale beginnings. Also she shares a couple recipes and tips that will take any summer function that more delicious.

Duration:00:50:52

Deep South Dining: Deep South Sweets

7/29/2019
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Sweets in the south cover a wide array of sugary delights and on this episode of Deep South Dining we try to cover them all. We welcome Mary Jennifer Russel from Sugarees Bakery to talk about her heirloom cake recipes and Emmie King from Nandy's Candy to share her approach to being a small batch chocolatier. No calorie counting this episode, its all about satisfying that sweet tooth.

Duration:00:49:44

Deep South Dining: Canning

7/22/2019
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Deep South Dining is all about the culture of southern flavor and for the near future Colorado too! Carol is out of the studio for a bit but she and Malcolm will still bring you a delicious show every Monday, Today they welcome food and culture writer Sherry Lucas to the show to talk about preserving and canning some of the Mississippi produce for later in the year. Also we talk with Julian Rankin about the great food event coming to the Walter Anderson Museum (Ocean Springs) that will...

Duration:00:50:35

Deep South Dining: Funeral Food

7/15/2019
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Today on Deep South Dining we explore the ways that food comforts and often soothes the soul in times of loss. Food and funerals go hand and hand like fired chicken and the South. From casseroles, finger foods, cakes and pies Carol and Malcolm talk about some of the classic southern funeral foods and traditions. They also welcome in the singer/songwriter Tricia Walker to talk about her song, "Funeral Food". And to wrap up the show Chef Enrika Williams talks about how she contributes when...

Duration:00:50:31

Deep South Dining: Weird but Tasty

7/8/2019
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When it comes to weird or odd foods, it really depends on who you ask. One persons oddity can be another persons delicacy. Today on the show we straddle that line of weird or tasty as Malcolm and Carol share some of the odd foods they have encountered in their travels, and talk with callers about where they fulfill their peculiar taste buds. Also we spend some time in the delta to talk about the Slugburger and the upcoming Slugburger Festival. Then to wrap-up the show we welcome Geno Lee...

Duration:00:49:40

Deep South Dining: Red, White, & BBQ!

7/1/2019
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No matter where you are on the 4th of July, barbecue will probably be within reach. Its just something how the smell from a grill can spark up nostalgia. On this episode of Deep South Dining we are talking about all the times barbecue has brought joy to your life. Championship grill master, Trudy Fisher joins the show to share her tips on cooking meat and talks about how Mississippi has a grilling style all its own. And no Mississippi barbecue conversation is complete without a stop by the...

Duration:00:50:36

Deep South Dining: Corn, Okra, & Enrika

6/24/2019
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Mississippi is blessed to have so many options when it comes to farm raised vegetables. With corn plentiful at the farmers market to day we focus on their sweet golden kernels and the many ways they are served throughout the state. Joining the conversation is Tom Pitts, who carries on his families sweet corn tradition in Indianola. Then Malcolm and Carol talk okra with Chef Enrika Williams from Fauna Foodworks. CORN PUDDING By Molly O’Neill Serves – 4 Ingredients Directions 1....

Duration:00:49:41

Deep South Dining: Mississippi Tomatoes

6/17/2019
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To the uninitiated Mississippi tomatoes are a summer delight. From tomato sandwiches to fried green tomatoes, everything this time of year is coming up delicious. Malcolm and Carol talk with Felder Rushing about growing heirloom tomatoes and speake with Stacy Thornton about the upcoming Tomato Festival in Crystal Springs. And no tomato conversation is complete without the ingredient that binds the South together, mayonnaise. Let's eat! Discussed This Episode: 4 Reasons Why Southerners Do...

Duration:00:48:38

Deep South Dining: Farm To Fork

6/10/2019
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Phrases like "farm to fork" and "farm to table" are really trendy but only reinforce something that was once the norm during meal time. Eating what was fresh and in- season. Today on Deep South Dining we take a look at what is in-season with Robby Sullivan of the Mississippi Farmers Market (Jackson, MS) and talk with cookbook author Sheri Castle, who Carol calls the queen of vegetables. Also we hear from Robert St. John about the non-romantic side of growing your own produce. Discussed This...

Duration:00:49:42

Deep South Dining: Summer Succotash

6/3/2019
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Summer is here and today's show is just a big bowl of summer succotash. A little of this and some of that, which we call Mississippi food culture. Malcolm and Carol recap from the Memorial day break and share some moving food memories about Malcolm's brother. Also we talk about Vicksburg's culinary heritage with folklorist Bill Ferris and Joyce Clingan from the Walnut Hills restaurant. __________________________________________ Helen Todd’s Cream Cheese Pound Cake Yields: 10-12...

Duration:00:50:24

Deep South Dining: Tamale Talk

5/20/2019
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The tamale has been a traditional Mexican food for centuries, but has roots in the Mississippi delta that no one can deny. From being wrapped in banana leaf, corn husk, to parchment paper the hot tamale is as versatile as it is delicious. Today on the program we welcome Robert and Patricia Mosley from Tony's Tamales to talk about their delta roots and bringing the tamale to a freezer near you. Also Carol and Malcolm share some places around the state to get your next favorite tamale.

Duration:00:49:16

Deep South Dining: Catfish, Coleslaw, and Hushpuppies

5/13/2019
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Delta raised catfish can be found on happy plates throughout the south and the whole country. Today we talk with Katy Simmons Prosser from Simmons Catfish about this prize fish and the many cuts they serve. Also, we bring the coleslaw and hushpuppies to the table, for this Monday morning fish fry. _________________________________ Classic Fried Catfish and Hushpuppies Fried Catfish Ingredients SERVES...

Duration:00:50:09

Breakfast & Brunch

5/6/2019
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A southern breakfast is not complete without a side of grits. No matter how you take them, sweet or salty, they are the perfect compliment to any morning or early afternoon brunch. Today Carol and Malcolm share some great breakfast memories, dishes, and recipes. Also, we hear from Tupelo's oldest restaurant, Johnnie's Drive-In.

Duration:00:50:08

Deep South Dining: Breakfast & Brunch

5/6/2019
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A southern breakfast is not complete without a side of grits. No matter how you take them, sweet or salty, they are the perfect compliment to any morning or early afternoon brunch. Today Carol and Malcolm share some great breakfast memories, dishes, and recipes. Also, we hear from Tupelo's oldest restaurant, Johnnie's Drive-In. __________________________________ Casserole Baked Tomatoes or Pretty Darn Close to McCarty’s Merigold Tomatoes 1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Heat the...

Duration:00:50:15

Seasonal Seafood

4/30/2019
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With many of Mississippi's waterways, there are plenty of bream, crappie, and other aquatic favorites to go around. Carol and Malcolm share about some of their favorites this time of year and how the fish fry or crawfish boil really needs to be a shared experience. Also, we hear from Robert St. John about his love for Mississippi seafood.

Duration:00:50:41

Deep South Dining: Seasonal Seafood

4/30/2019
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With many of Mississippi's waterways, there are plenty of bream, crappie, and other aquatic favorites to go around. Carol and Malcolm share about some of their favorites this time of year and how the fish fry or crawfish boil really needs to be a shared experience. Also, we hear from Robert St. John about his love for Mississippi seafood. _____________________ West Indies Salad Yield: 4-6 servings 1 lb Crabmeat, jumbo lump ½ cup Red onion, chopped fine ¼ cup Canola Oil ¼ cup White...

Duration:00:50:48

Malcolm & Carol's Recipe Swap

4/22/2019
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Deep South Dining is BACK! After a short hiatus, Deep South Dining is back with another delicious hour of Mississippi food talk. New host Malcolm White and Carol Puckett start the show with some brief introductions and then the recipes start swapping. From leftover Easter ham to spaceship squash and grits this show is more than food for your ears. Let's eat!

Duration:00:48:21

Deep South Dining: Malcolm & Carol's Recipe Swap

4/22/2019
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Deep South Dining is BACK! After a short hiatus, Deep South Dining is back with another delicious hour of Mississippi food talk. New host Malcolm White and Carol Puckett start the show with some brief introductions and then the recipes start swapping. From what to do with leftover Easter ham to Spaceship Squash and Shrimp, this show is more than food for your ears. Let's eat!

Duration:00:48:27

Chef Enrika Williams

1/29/2019
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Born in West Point Chef Enrika Williams is bringing a fresh perspective to the Mississippi culinary scene. Her restaurant, Fauna Foodworks has an international street-style inspired menu and is located in the Mississippi's only food hall. We talk about her first memories in the kitchen, the culinary journey, and some of her own flavor preferences.

Duration:00:49:02

Protein Power

1/15/2019
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Meat is looked to as the goto protein source but there are many different ways to get the protein your body needs. From eggs, nuts, edamame, and more we share simple ways and dishes to get your protein and stay healthy in the new year. Also, Deborah brings in a delicious steak and potatoes combination that you can easily try at home.

Duration:00:48:33