I’ve had quite a time keeping this secret under wraps, but a few weeks ago I found out that Southern Plate had been chosen as one of the participants in the Foodbuzz 24,24,24 event! Foodbuzz is going to feature 24 meals, in 24 hours, on 24 different blogs around the world!
I wrote up a formal proposal complete with menu, writing samples, and type of coverage I would provide along with why my voice would be a unique one to include in this event and you could have knocked me over with a feather when my proposal was accepted! If you’d like to learn a little more about me and my history with Southern food, settle in and sit a spell or just click here!
Lets get us some good food cookin’! In the South, we love breakfast. We love it any time of the day, too! Many restaurants feature breakfast bars at dinner or even full breakfast menus throughout the day. When a large family gathers together, what could be more pleasing than our favorite traditional breakfast dishes served up with a glass of iced tea?
We gathered at my parent’s house on the banks of the Tennessee River. With my two grandmothers, adopted Aunt and Uncle, siblings, children, and nephews, there were a total of nine people sitting at my mother’s expansive dinner table, with overflow in the sunroom.
(with traditional add ins)
If you’d like to know how to prepare any dish featured on our menu, simply click the name for a full, step by step photographic tutorial! Each week we add more tutorials to Southern Plate with almost a hundred so far and growing every day!
Pecan Pie muffins combine all of the wonderful flavors of our traditional Pecan Pie into a moist and dense muffin.
Slow Cooked Oatmeal is topped with an assortment of fixin’s, including brown sugar, raisins, and chopped pecans!
It’s ready, Y’all come and eat!
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What a spread! I am jealous!
CONGRATS on being picked! After having lived in Tennessee for 3 1/2 years I feel head over heels in love with Southern food. I’ll definitely be saving these recipes to try. Thanks!
Oh my soul!! Everything looks sooo good!
I married a man from Oklahoma and had my first taste of Southern cooking at his mother, grandmother and aunt’s tables. I vowed to learn to do the very same. It is such fun to see many of the same type recipes that I have collected over the last 43 years on this blog. With Southern cooks, food is ART. Thank you for a great blog and a trip down memory lane. Got to try those fried apples!
I am so excited to be part of Southern Plate. I am new to the blog and am so ready to try some of this yummy looking food!
Thanks for an awesome website! Love the tutorials!!
First time poster here… the 24×3 event sounds WONDERFUL – congrats on being selected!!