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Louisiana Glynn Cooking Show

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Louisiana Glynn Cooking Show
The art of southern cooking made simple.
Louisiana Glynn shares his secret recipes and easy, simple preparations for fried Catfish and barbecue ribs with Rational Alchemy's Nigel Aves. The Captn's Lounge crew LOVED THIS SHOW, because they got to partake of the feast, as it should be!! If you love ultimate summer meals, complete with Grandma's potato salad (no raisins, please)


Produced and edited by T.G. Lewis of Captn's Lounge Studio for the CiT NETWORK.
A tad more on Southern Cooking.

Southern cooking is a delicious and diverse cuisine that's been around for centuries. It's a true melting pot of flavours, influenced by African, French, German, and Spanish cultures .

Here are some things that make Southern cooking stand out:

Fresh, local ingredients: Southern cooking makes use of what's available locally, with fresh produce, seafood, and smoked meats featuring prominently.
Slow cooking: Many Southern dishes are slow-cooked to develop rich flavours, like braised greens, pulled pork, and stews .
Comfort food: Southern cooking is known for its soul-warming, hearty dishes that are perfect for a comforting meal.
Unique flavour profiles: Sweet, savoury, and spicy flavours come together in Southern cooking. Think fried chicken with waffles, collard greens with bacon, and shrimp and grits.

Here are some classic Southern dishes you gotta try:

  • Fried chicken: A staple, buttermilk-fried chicken is crispy, juicy, and downright delicious
  • Barbecue: From slow-cooked pulled pork to smoky ribs, barbecue is a Southern art form
  • Grits: Made from cornmeal, grits can be savoury or sweet, and are a breakfast or side dish staple
  • Mac and cheese: A creamy, cheesy comfort food that can include extras like bacon or pulled pork
  • Cornbread: A fluffy or crumbly bread made with cornmeal, perfect for mopping up gravy or enjoying on its own
  • Sweet tea: A refreshing iced tea sweetened with sugar, a must-have beverage in the South
  • Pecan pie: A decadent pie with a rich, buttery filling and pecans

This is just a taste of what Southern cooking has to offer. There are many regional variations, from Low country cooking with its focus on seafood, to Soul Food traditions developed by African Americans in the South.

If you'd like to learn more about specific Southern dishes or regional cuisines,  just ask Glynn!
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