If you think a crisp cola is just for enjoying with peanuts, think again. For years, Southerners have used these recipes to prove that cola is for more than drinking. From moist sheet cakes to tender barbecue pork, a can of cola is the not-so-secret ingredient that instantly upgrades these easy dishes.
Royal life is full of seemingly arcane rules.
You know you’re in the South when somebody struggles with the self-checkout machine at the grocery store and the entire line jumps to the individual’s aid.
Give those chicken breasts a rest.
If you’re in need of quick, flavorful, and budget-friendly weeknight dinner options, we’ve got two words for you: Chicken thighs. Sometimes overlooked and always underestimated, this meat main is full of surprises. The reason why so many people jump ship and pick chicken thighs’ slightly less flavorful sibling, chicken breasts, is simple. Chicken breasts are usually bought boneless, which some may translate as “easier” or “less fussy.” Well, we’re here to remind that you can, indeed, buy boneless chicken thighs at the grocery store, and they are going to be miles tastier than any breast. Broil, grill, fry, sauté, bake, roast, boil, or stir-fry it—a chicken thigh should be pictured right by the definition of a weeknight warrior. These 18 boneless chicken thigh recipes are sure to save dinner, time and again, if you just let them.
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Goodbye, lukewarm beans in the can!
Camping season is all about taking to the great outdoors, enjoying the fresh air, and oohing over the star-studded night sky. It’s certainly not about serving gourmet meals, but that doesn’t mean hot dogs on a stick and lukewarm beans in the can are the only option. We’ve collected over 30 easy—and delicious!—campfire dinner recipes that will turn even the most outdoor-averse into happy campers. Use your campfire to whip up these cast-iron skillet suppers, foil packet dinners, and classic camp food recipes like juicy burgers and cowboy steak—and you’ll never go back. (Just wait until you see the s’mores dip…) These campfire dinners are ready to take on a hungry camp of Southerners, no sweat.