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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 ...
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
The holidays are always better with friends, so today Malcolm and Carol invited a few friends to chat with on their last live show of 2021. In-studio Chef Enrika Williams talks about taking a break during the holiday season when it is a really busy time for the hospitality industry. Also Robert St. John takes some time out of his busy schedule of m…
 
One of the best aspects of The Holiday Season is gathering with family, friends, and great food. From light hour d'oeuvres to sitting down to a formal holiday gathering is a great time to show gratitude and thanks for the season. Today we will be joined by Tim Pierce, one of our favorite contributors on Cooking and Coping, to talk about showing gra…
 
A cookbook can be a thoughtful gift, especially when it contains more than just recipes. The right cookbook can be a window into a culture, period in time, and exotic flavors. Katie Molpus from Lemuria Books (Jackson, MS) joins Deep South Dining to talk about what books would make a great gift for the food enthusiast in your life. Also in this epis…
 
The hustle of Thanksgiving is done. Maybe your leftovers are too. If not, guest April McGregor has some ideas for your leftover turkey and are in the mood for gumbo. A favorite of Malcolm's, April talks through her turkey gumbo recipe, and Carol asks about other leftover ideas with cranberry sauce and dressing. Also, the Deep South Dining crystal b…
 
The countdown to Thanksgiving is winding down and final preparations are happening. Today Malcolm and Java are without their skillet buddy Carol but get a very special call-in guest to help with the show. Also, Malcolm schools Java on the particulars of a wet salad and why adding a little something extra to your traditional Thanksgiving dressing wo…
 
"A New Take on Cake" is Anne Byrn's latest cookbook and is a modern update to her bestseller "The Cake Mix Doctor". Before her book tour comes to Mississippi she joins Deep South Dining to talk with Malcolm and Carol about why she returned to the subject of cake mix baking after over 20 years and several other cookbooks later. Also during the show,…
 
Stress during the holiday season is unavoidable but the way we deal with that stress is what gives us the strength to carry on. As Dr. Buttross states during this episode of Deep South Dining, sometimes looking for stress relief activities in the kitchen can yield some pretty delicious results. Today Malcolm and Carol continue the countdown to Than…
 
The month of November starting on a Monday seems pretty charmed, as it setups the rest of the month to be all about the business of the holiday season. The countdown to Thanksgiving has begun and there are plenty of items to check off to ensure success. Also remember to give yourself plenty of grace during the holiday season and maybe a pumpkin spi…
 
On this edition of Deep South Dining Malcolm White's skillet buddy, carol Puckett is back from her international travels. With more than one story to tell, Carol shares the details of her trips and the international delights she was able to bring back to Mississippi. Also, the pair talk about several fig-related dishes and reflect on their love of …
 
In this edition of Deep South Dining, Malcolm and Carol have a few questions on their mind. Is pizza making as popular as the Wall Street Journal says it is? How do you get your hushpuppies soft and spongy? What are savory hand pies, actually empanadas? These are not all the questions tackled during this hour of delicious inquiries, they also speak…
 
The 162nd Mississippi State Fair starts October 6th and to usher in this once-a-year buffet of food and fun we welcome the Department of Agriculture and Commerce Commissioner Andy Gibson. Commissioner Gibson talks with Malcolm about fair food and the famous biscuit booth. He even shares the recipe live on-air. Since the 70's the Mississippi State F…
 
There are a few things that come to mind when people speak of southern charm and red velvet cake should definitely be one of them. At the top of this edition of Deep South Dining, Malcolm and Carol take a dive into the history of red velvet cake and even spend a few minutes tasting a chess pie that you can prepare at home. Just follow the recipe be…
 
Deep South Dining is the only show dedicated to food and southern culture that can start an episode talking about cheeseburgers, transition to fired pies, and end up in Australia with fried eggs. It may sound like a hard job but host Malcolm White and Carol Puckett pull it off every Monday morning. To connect more with Malcolm and Carol, join them …
 
Chris Washington opened the catering company, Michael Cordell Eats during the height of the pandemic. Both as a way to keep money coming in to support his family but also as a way to pursue his passion for food more seriously. Talking with Malcolm and Carol they bond over their love for an anytime breakfast, cheesecakes, and learning the food indus…
 
It is no question that catfish is one of Mississippi's top exports. 55% of all U.S. farm-raised catfish come from the Magnolia state. To help talk catfish and celebrate national catfish month, Malcolm White welcomes guest host Chef Enrika Williams to the show, while his skillet buddy Carol Puckett is out. As a true Mississippian Enrika has an opini…
 
As usual Malcolm and Carol start the show by letting us know what has been happening in their kitchen and shares some of the good news happening in the Mississippi food scene. Congratulations Austin Sumrall! Then without warning a bomb was launched onto the Deep South Dining community. The question was asked: How do I make creamy grits? So down the…
 
How far do you travel up the Scoville scale? Today Carol and Malcolm are talking about peppers and adding the right amount of spice to your recipes. Recently Malcolm took a trip to Avery Island, the home of Tabasco, and reports on some of his findings. Who knew Tobasco is aged in oak barrels like wine or your favorite whiskey? Also Java chimes in w…
 
Mississippi summers can promise you three things sun, humidity, and water. But we don't mind, because it is great for our Mississippi vegetables. From backyard gardens to farmers' markets, this is a great time for summer veggies. The summer harvest has also been good for figs. Malcolm and Carol share some tips for dealing with a robust amount of fi…
 
Malcolm and Carol have been skillet buddies for a long while and share their love of food, culture, and tomatoes with yall today. Heirloom Tomato Tart from Williams Sonoma For the crust 1½ cups (7½ oz/235 g) all-purpose flour ½ cup (2½ oz/75 g) cornmeal 1 tsp sugar 1¼ tsp salt ½ cup (4 oz/125 g) cold unsalted butter, cut into cubes ⅓ cup (80 ml) pl…
 
The 4th of July holiday is around the bend so Malcolm and Carol are taking things to the grill. Not just for meat, they share great grilling for tips for your fresh vegetables and everything else that needs a nice smokey flavor. Also, they discuss the classic American hot dog and all its glorious variations. And did you think okra was not making an…
 
Salad Days is a hydroponic farm in Flora, MS that specializes in growing pesticide-free produce and can supply a wide variety of lettuce 365 days a year. Family-owned and operated Leigh Bailey and Salad Days is a part of a culinary resurgence happening in this small Madison County town. Leigh joins the show to talk about how she came to farming aft…
 
Since March 23, 2020, Malcolm and Carol have virtually hosted Deep South Dining. But through the bad wifi connections, bad sounding microphones. and everything else that could go wrong with a Zoom call they persevered. Now today is their first in-studio broadcast and they open things up with some old and new friends. From the Geaslt Gardener, Felde…
 
What would the kitchen be without the incredible edible egg? As a dish by itself or as an ingredient the egg is in just about everything, from your baked goods to your fried rice. We talk with Ryn Laster from the MS Egg Marketing Board about their work and how they spread the message about the edible egg. Also, Malcolm and Carol discuss the best eg…
 
Eddie Wright from Eddie Wright BBQ and Catering rejoins the show to talk about the upcoming grilling season as outside temperatures heat up. Utilizing the 3 T's of good barbeque: time, temperature, and technique, Eddie states you can achieve delicious barbeque no matter your equipment. As a recent award recipient from the Kingsford Charcoal: Preser…
 
Elizabeth Heiskell rejoins Deep South Dining to talk about her latest cookbook, Come On Over!: Southern Delicious for Every Day & Every Occasion. Always ready to chat it up with her good friends Malcolm and Carol, this conversation is a celebration of all the things Elizabeth has done to stay at the top of the culinary ladder from her home in Oxfor…
 
Big River Bagels was born in the heart of the Mississippi delta and wants everyone to see the bagel as the new biscuit. Co-owners Kate Gluckman and Marisol Doyle know they have a steep hill to climb with such a claim but are making strides because they have been named the best bagels in Mississippi by EatThis.com. Joining Malcolm and Carol to talk …
 
Friend of the show, Adrian Miller is back with another look at the African American culinary experience. Black Smoke: African Americans and the United States of Barbeque is part history book, part recipe book, and part roadmap to more inclusive barbeque pits everywhere. As always Malcolm and Carol start the show by letting you know what is happenin…
 
It seems that vegan and vegetarian options are more available than ever. Also, the preparation of these meatless dishes packs them with flavor and may be able to fool even your most carnivorous friend. A welcome road to travel on Deep South Dining, Malcolm and Carol talk about some of their favorite meatless dishes and learn about a vegan food truc…
 
Foot Print Farms is an almost 70 acre, fully functional farm in the city of Jackson. This farm provides fresh produce to all comers. From citizens that may live in a described food desert or swamp to those that really seeking to live a farm to table lifestyle. Now with a focus on building an eco-system of local and statewide businesses Foot Print F…
 
The country of Lebanon is bordered by Syria to the north and east, and Israel to the south, with the Mediterranean Sea to the west. Yet a great community of Lebanese call Mississippi home because their ancestors migrated here at the turn of the 20th century and brought traditions and foods that melded perfectly with the southern flavors of Mississi…
 
In this edition of Deep South Dining, Malcolm and Carol are wrap up Women's History Month by shinning the spotlight on Chef Taylor Bowen Ricketts. Named one of Southern Living magazines, Top 50 Female chefs and a 2011 James Beard Award, Best Chef of the South Semi-finalist, Taylor is pushing Mississippi forward with her culinary foodscapes. Her res…
 
Southern foodways mean different things to different people. Yet the common thread about southern foodways is the people who pass these traditions thru the generations. Edna Lewis will forever be a lasting figure in the world of southern cooking and helped keep these southern foodways alive with cookbooks like The Taste Of Country Cooking. Scott Pe…
 
With the current water situation happening in the capital of Mississippi, Jackson has welcomed all types of organizations willing to lend a helping hand. The World Central Kitchen is one of those organizations that are on the ground in Jackson and Josh Phelps joins Deep South Dining to talk about their work. Later, Malcolm and Carol talk to one of …
 
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