The Country Music Awards are putting country music stars in the spotlight this week, but they're not the only country stars! Here are some of our favorite winning country recipes, including Southern staples, holiday favorites, and just plain down-home delicious country cooking. Enjoy some of these dishes while you watch the great performances, and be sure to check out the latest Country Music Awards news!
A typical Southern cornbread, which is almost an essential to serve alongside greens, black-eyed peas, pinto beans, and chili. Or, use all or part of this cornbread to make a great cornbread dressing for the holidays.
This is a classic no-frills cornmeal-coated version, and there are links to other battered fried green tomatoes below the recipe. Delicious!
This has to be everyone's favorite comfort food, served as a main dish or side dish.
Definitely a major star on the Southern dessert table, this cobbler is made with fresh peaches and a buttery crust.
If your fried chicken isn't quite there yet, practice (or rehearsals) makes perfect. Here's an old-fashioned Southern fried chicken recipe with a milk gravy.
Bread pudding is such wonderful comfort food, with a caramel, vanilla, or whisky sauce. If bread pudding is on the menu at a restaurant, it's always my first choice.
An easy slow-cooked version of tender pulled pork shoulder for sandwiches. Delicious served with a topping of coleslaw and baked beans on the side.
This delicious salad, made with lettuce, had-cooked eggs, peasy, bacon, cheese, mayonnaise, and other ingredients, almost always shows up at our family dinners.
One of the South's favorite one-dish meals, this is a favorite recipe from our forum.
A classic homemade meatloaf recipe, made with oats, made with lean ground beef, chili sauce, oats, and other ingredients and seasonings.
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