Four Great Low Country Recipes
April 23, 2017
Been looking through old cookbooks – I have thousands – and happened upon a few I really love. Like this lovely little book of recipes from one of my favorite Charleston chefs, Robert Stehling. I’ve never had a single dish at Hominy Grill that wasn’t absolutely wonderful. Consider, for example, Robert’s
If you’re looking for a great appetizer, you can’t do better than this:
and I’m about to make this right this minute:
Dessert tonight? How about the perfect chocolate pudding? (Note that you should make it soon if you want to eat this rich wonderful pudding tonight: it needs to chill before you eat it.)
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I feel like to make this corn bread right now,too.
We go to Hominy Grill all the time. The great missing recipe here is their buttermilk pie! It doesn’t sound good, but it’s the best. By the way, I grew up in Atlanta and have lived in Charleston for 30 years. I’ve never used white cornmeal in my life. I have a very similar recipe, but with yellow cornmeal–the only way to go! Also I’m very suspicious about putting cumin and chili powder in pimento cheese, but I’m willing to give that a go.
Dear Ruth –
I think your simple cornbread version – baked in small skillet, rest of batter in muffin cups – is more like “the real deal.” Less sweet, too.