Thanks to my husband for recording the Southern Plate Tailgating Cooking Show this past week at UNA. We divided it up into segments lasting a few minutes long each so you can start and stop as you have time. I cannot tell you how much fun I had! This was the first time I’ve ever done anything like that. I’d never been on a stage with a mic and I was worried I might get nervous but let me tell you, I walked out onto that stage with my Southern Plate family in the audience and I was instantly at home. I could do that every night and be happy!
Hope you enjoy it. I would love to hear back from you in the comments section!
Introduction (Boy did they make me sound good!), Welcome, and Texas Caviar
With a few stories hither and yon, of course.
Potato Salad, Random stories, the pot I’m coveting but could never bring myself to buy…etc
If only family reunions gave door prizes..
Jordan Rolls, story about Southerners and hospitality from Papa Reed’s perspective 🙂
Southern Style Pulled Pork BBQ, My husband’s way of securing the slow cooker to prevent takeoff ~winks,
working out your aggressions through cooking, etc.
What I do with all this food I cook, Magic of camera angles, vinegar slaw. how you can get away with being lazy by calling it “rustic”,
my public service for gardeners, showing off with apple butter, etc.
History of SouthernPlate.com (how I ended up here), The tale of Grandmama and the lemon bars,
Reading a special passage from the book
Nestle Toll House Cookie Bars, Story of Margarine versus butter, Family Adventure Days, Why I like to cook at ten or eleven at night, Having fun with a member of the Southern Plate Family (who loves his wife!),
Talking about the Southern Living Article, Thrilling kids with popcorn,The Alphabet story, Family as the ultimate backup plan.
My fancy dishpan, Mary Poppins’ visit to my house, making caramel corn, wrapping up the show.
I had such a wonderful time doing this show, I hope you enjoy it. We had a break in between each segment where my dad and Brady went to the mic and gave away door prizes. Bradybug LOVED the microphone and took the opportunity to tell a few jokes and interact with the audience, that is why we’re all laughing a bit as we go back to the cooking each time.
Special thanks again to the HES students at UNA for all of their hard work. I’ve been asked a lot whether or not I will do more cooking shows like this and there is no way I could have pulled it off without the culinary students so y’all would have to get me a big old tour bus to take them all on the road!
To print the recipe cards from this cooking show, please click here.
The apron I wore is from The Hip Hostess.
For photos of the booksigning we had before the event, click here.
To see photos from the event itself, please click here.
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Thanks so much for sharing this show. It was wonderful. You are such a delight and clearly a sincere person. You deserve your own show – I already am looking forward to your next cookbook.
Hi Christy! Soooo…when do you start your own cooking show?? You are such a natural! And thank you Ricky for putting this up for those of us who couldn’t attend. It was the next best thing to being there. We also appreciate the support you give Christy. You may think you’re just quietly working behind the scenes, but you are an imprtant part of Southern Plate, too!
Hey Christy, just found out my copy of your book is on it’s way and I should get it on Friday. I am so excited to see it. Thanks for all your great posts. I wish you much continued success. I loved the story in Southern Living. I wish you were coming to Montgomery,AL.