Breakfast. The most important meal of the day, right? It’s also the one you’re the least likely to spend any time planning and the mostly likely to eat in the car -- or with one hand while the other hand holds a briefcase and/or a child. Despite everyone’s best efforts, it’s easy to get off track in the mornings when you’re watching the calories.
Some know “buttermilk” as the slightly sour liquid left behind after butter has been churned. Others? Southern goodness. And for one Southerner, buttermilk represents something much more — a philosophy that nothing should go to waste.
A fried chicken biscuit is perhaps one of the most Southern breakfast recipes you can find. This version, created by Chef Suzanne Vizethann of Atlanta’s Buttermilk Kitchen, uses chicken brined with Chick-fil-A lemonade, then fried and finished with a spicy maple syrup sauce.
Summer is the time for barbecued meals and backyard parties, but breaking away from same-old grilled dishes to try new recipes isn’t always easy. For Gena Knox, founder of the Athens, Ga.-based barbecue and grilling company Fire & Flavor, the key to successfully experimenting with a new grilled dish is finding a perfect combination of flavor and simplicity.
Coming up with a creative dinner can be tricky, especially at the end of a busy day. But this recipe from Gena Knox, founder of the Athens, Ga.-based barbecue and grilling company Fire & Flavor, will have you ringing the dinner bell in less than an hour.