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There’s more to a recipe besides add a pinch of salt and a dash of pepper. Pull up a chair to Deep South Dining and get a new recipe that you can try or you can share one of your own. Having some friends over and don’t know what to cook? Does everybody go crazy over your specialty dish? What’s the story behind your family’s secret sauce? It’s the history behind true southern cooking. It’s Deep South Dining! Monday mornings at 9 on MPB Think Radio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou ...
 
The vicious abuses from an attempt to destroy humanity is being laid bare. We have been lied to for too long. The rising prices having to do with rent, food, and other essentials have a dark role to play in this universal war. The very sound of the word war is frightening to a lot of people. But I'm ready for a fight! I'm ready to stand against tyrannical laws meant to serve the privileged few! If you want to join the fight, hit me up because it's gonna take all of us to change history!! HUM ...
 
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After a few weeks of unscheduled breaks, Deep South Dining is back with a new episode and our good friend Joe Sherman joins in on the fun. Carol and Joe talk about how their kitchens have transformed for summer and how Kewpie mayonnaise has popped up on the Cooking and Coping Facebook page. And while Malcolm is not in the studio he still takes time…
 
This was the most challenging season yet! Laying down more facts, more hidden messages, and more wisdom. It became a challenge on my body, as I was gravely affected by a whole slew of issues...But I vowed to finished this and I did it. Season 10 will premeire soon so look out for the details pertaining to the upcoming season. Thank you all so much …
 
Chef Enrika Williams has always been a great friend of Deep South Dining and always has great stories to share about food and southern culture. With Carol Palmer out for the morning, Enrika steps in and updates Malcolm about her most recent adventures and kitchen happenings. The pair also talk about choosing ripe produce for the summer season and w…
 
Listen up! This is the FINAL update for season 9! It has been CRAZY for me. The month of May kicked my butt into a deeeep slump but now I'm back and I am READY to lead you to the truth and the way to handle it! THE LIBERATION OF HUMANITY'S STRUGGLE BEGINS IN SEASON 10!!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mizzvee32/message…
 
Summer is knocking at the door and Memorial Day serves as the ceremonial start to a time filled with backyard barbeques, crawfish boils, and fish fries. In the name of gathering Malcolm and Carol open the floor to hear about your summer plans and the latest happenings in your kitchen. They also share a recent delicious trip to oxford, open-face tom…
 
May is National BBQ Month and May 16 is designated as National BBQ Day so we reached out to a few friends to talk good barbeque and everything in between. Eddie Wright from Eddie Wright BBQ calls in a gives great tips for the novice and pro griller alike. Then we hear from the prominent voice on black barbeque and author of Black Smoke, Adrian Mill…
 
The hot dog has always been a divisive food item. Then there is the debate on how to dress this all-American classic. Not the scheduled topic for this episode of Deep South Dining, but as good stewards of quality programing Malcolm White and Carol Puckett-Palmer give the people what they want. From simple mustard-only dogs to fully dressed or even …
 
May is National Barbeque Month and this is right on time for outside gatherings, neighborhood cookoff competitions, and napkin-filled barbeque joint visits. To talk some barbeque and pork rinds Malcolm and Carol chat with Donn Paul from Southern Recipe. Also throughout the show, they talk about dishes that are often associated with some upcoming ev…
 
Can you blame me for being pissed off by this? I lost friends and family because of this s**t. And the excuses that piled up did nothing to quell the hurt from having lost followers to such actions. So this episode is dedicated to the ones who have lost something or someone because of this. Stay blessed, everyone! 💗✌️--- Send in a voice message: ht…
 
Have we not learned from the past, where the profession of care had dark undertones of pain and suffering? How much has to happen before you find out that they used fear and control to push a very dark future for those that can't afford it. Many who sacrificed their rights and obeyed the dark orders are feeling heavy guilt but that doesn't change t…
 
With the newly married Carol Puckett-Palmer back in the studio, Malcolm White is reunited with his skillet buddy. After a quick catchup session about the recent events, they dive into a nice conversation about file gumbo and grits. How do you like your grits? Sweet or savory? Also, there is a section that gives lima beans their just due. Let's eat …
 
Reconnecting with your southern roots is not always an easy thing, but when you have a guide like Deep South Dining it sort of all falls in place. While Carol is out getting hitched (yes, Carol got married!) Joe Sherman is back to chat it up with Malcolm about his latest kitchen adventures and upcoming Easter meal plans. Also in the studio are Char…
 
While Malcolm White is out this week, Joe Sherman steps in and brings some Boston Cream goodies for Carol and Java. During this special pledge drive episode of Deep South Dining Carol, Joe and Java talk about food memories, the latest kitchen adventures, and a great food event coming to the Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Experience. Show Links;…
 
Fresh from the streets of downtown Jackson Malcolm, Carol, and Java are back in the studio to recap a weekend of food and festivities. Before Hal's St. Paddy's Day Malcolm was not feeling well and went on an exclusive soup and saltine diet. As a remembrance of his brother Hal, Malcolm reads a bit about the healing properties of soup and how his bro…
 
On this episode of Deep South Dining, Kevin Farrel fills in for Java and shares about his recent cookie baking experience. Malcolm and Carol dish about a recent dinner party and the delicious menu which included, coq au Vin. Also, they speak with one of Cooking & Coping top contributors, Tim Pierce. Let's eat y'all! See acast.com/privacy for privac…
 
The seasons have officially changed as Spring has finally arrived and there is no better activity to welcome this change than sparking up the grill for some great BBQ. So we welcome back Eddie Wright from Eddie Wright BBQ to share his favorite grilling and smoking techniques. Also in the show, Malcolm and Carol talk about a recent dinner party that…
 
Mississippi is one top rice producers in the country and Two Brooks Farm keeps Mississippi rice full of flavor and plentiful with its sustainable farming practices. Owner and operator of Two Brooks Farm, Mike Wagner joins Malcolm White and Carol Puckett joins to talk about his rice and how simply giving it away has never been a problem. Also, we ge…
 
It still is a little bit frustrating, when it comes to the spending that has done little to nothing to help stem the rising affordable housing crisis. I have been working with the pig books and I'm fucking disgusted with how much money is spent in earmarks, money that could be used to address the rising shortage of housing for the disabled and the …
 
It's difficult to complete your tasks when you have a million other obligations to handle. Too many tasks at once can cause burnout. I believe everyone is experiencing this in all aspects, but the ones who are at the risk of burnout are the ones who already struggle. This is the very core of their plan to sever the spirit from the positive waves of…
 
Music is power. We all know this but how powerful is it? Do we have some type of idea on the frequencies music has hidden in it's notes? Explore different tones, beats, and types. We flow like energy, like music. Coza Triprance has the most amazing music I have ever heard, so try giving him a listen, heh...--- Send in a voice message: https://ancho…
 
How many people suffered the most terrifying symptoms from a reaction? How many videos surfaced about it? How many scientists, doctors, and nurses were fired for speaking against the harsh mandates that destroyed the lives of many? This is what I call compliance through blackmail. Of course, it's in every aspect of an industry, don't get me wrong, …
 
Just before all the King Cake is put away Malcolm White, Carol Puckett, and Java Chatman recall their time in the town of Drew for the 1st Lawnmower Mardi Gras Parade. Farmer, restaurant owner, gas station foodie, and former judge Stafford Shurden invented the trio to be a part of the festivities and a very delicious time was had by all. Also, as B…
 
Where did we say it was ok to be brainwashed into the hive mind of stockholm syndrome? Did we consent to this? Based on the hidden language they put into everything we see and hear, yes. This is going to be the worst part of history for our children and our children's children. There are many that are still fighting against such dubious actions, bu…
 
Because of medical setbacks, I had to take a small break. Not because I wanted to, because I had to. People forget the patterns that took place in 2008 and 2012. We have not learned anything from such actions from a Democratically based Administration. We have forgotten how many lives were destroyed by Democracy. And now we are facing an even darke…
 
Today love is truly in the air because it is Valentine’s Day. Chocolate is in abundance, strawberries have been dipped, and most restaurants will be at capacity tonight. Stepping in for the absent Carol Puckett is our good friend Joe Sherman who provides some historical context about Valentine's Day, along with some sweet treats. Also during the sh…
 
Did you ever stop and think about why you went through certain traumas, things that would just destroy you? The whole purpose of questioning everything is to figure out what you are here for. To suppress that need for expansion causes the numbness the masses are stuck in. So, please...be a little more challenging...--- Send in a voice message: http…
 
Humor is a necessity but it shouldn't go too far. The sensitivity has become all too intense for offensive jokes. But, people will post what they find funny but may not be to some. But what I have learned is that the world does need to laugh...not at despair, though.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mizzvee32/message…
 
Chef Po is Delta-born, Jackson raised and her food is all Mississippi. Chef Po's Urban Cooking moves between private dinners, cooking for reality show stars, and educating the youth about eating healthy. Sitting down for the first time on Deep South Dining, Chef Po talks about her journey in the kitchen, recent projects, and her secret to moist cor…
 
January is coming to a close and with that comes a few culinary traditions. Tailgate favorites are making it to the living room with the Superbowl just around the corner. For the cookie lover, it is officially girl scout cookie season. and did you know that Little Debbie is coming to your grocery store ice cream aisle? Friend of the show, Elizabeth…
 
Some amazing people do their best work, burning the ,"midnight oil", handling tasks that are important to maintain a strong livelihood. But, we forgot the the most horrifying plans were put to action during the midnight hour AND the dark of winter. We must breakthrough the web of self-motivated wrath and discord to help balance the flow of energy f…
 
The message is getting played out. The funds have dried up. The people are crying out for more help. Yet, the cycle repeats itself every time. There doesn't seem to be a way to stop it. We need this and that, let's call on the Democrats. Yeah, we should remember EXACTLY what happened, concerning the housing crisis...for more information, look up th…
 
What is the path that we are shown? Where is the place in our hearts that evade the power of love and compassion? Many places of worship tell us that God will work it out...Well, if that had been the case, then I wouldn't have endured the hell that befell me...What are your thoughts on religious faith? And why have so many turned away from it?--- S…
 
As the moratorium for New York ends, there are neglectful landlords salivating at the thought of forcing thousands of families into destitution. The program known as ERAP may provide some protection from eviction but only just. We have fallen as a race, a species in fact, because we never learn from past mistakes.--- Send in a voice message: https:…
 
Fresh seafood can be taken for granted when living in a coastal city or major metropolitan city, but with advancements in refrigeration and freezing, fresh seafood is just a call or mouse click away. Today Malcolm and Carol talk about ways of getting fresh seafood on your plate no matter how land-locked you are. Also, they share tips for purchasing…
 
Malcolm and Carol are back in the studio and are excited to start another delicious year of Deep South Dining. The first guest for the new year is the one and only Arthur Davis, affectionally known as Mr. D to everyone who visits his Old Country Store in Lorman. He talks about what it takes to have fried chicken that chef Alton Brown called the bes…
 
As the pendulum swings in the wrong direction for humanity, we are left to wonder how 2022 will play out for the millions of families facing the dark premise of destitution by corruption. All I can hope is that they are given a fighting chance to climb out of the deep political hole that is the federal government. So many will face dark times ahead…
 
So many have crumbled from the doses of the covid vaccinations. Yet, the narrative and now threats are being thrown in the people's faces. The time had come to pay close attention to the actions committed by such individuals that are part of a very deadly stock exchange involving multiple vaccines on the market...You are a test subject...--- Send i…
 
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