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The cuisine of the Southern United States is defined as the regional culinary form of states generally south of the Mason-Dixon Line, and extending west to Texas.
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Ambrosia
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Beans - often cooked down with chunks of ham, bacon grease, or onions
    Butter or Lima beans
     Pole beans
     White or great northern beans
     Green beans
     Pinto beans
     Baked beans
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Greens - seasoned with some kind of meat or meat grease. The liquid left after cooking is known as       pot liquor
     Collard greens
     Turnip greens
     Kale
     mustard greens
     Poke salad - cooked pokeweed
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Carrots - often "candied" with butter and brown sugar
    Carrot raisin salad
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Congealed salad
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Corn - (see National Maize Day for recipes and facts.)
     Corn on the cob - boiled, steamed, or grilled; usually served with butter or mayonnaise
     Corn pudding
     Creamed corn
     Shoepeg corn
     Fried corn fritters
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Hoppin' John - a traditional Low Country dish of black-eyed peas served with rice
Limpin' Susan - a traditional Low Country dish made with okra, rice and black-eyed peas
Macaroni and cheese - usually prepared with fresh eggs and baked en casserole
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Mashed potatoes - called "creamed" in some regions
     Rutmus - potatoes boiled and mashed with turnip bottoms and butter
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Okra - flour-battered and pan-fried or boiled, stewed, or steamed
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Onion - Sliced Vidalia, whole green onion, and onion rings
     Vidalia onion - a sweet onion grown only in the state of Georgia, sold and popular throughout               the South
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Peas - often cooked with chunks of ham or onions
     Black-eyed peas - sometimes called "crowder peas"
     Purple hull
     Field peas
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Potato Salad - usually made in the South with egg, mayonnaise, prepared mustard and pickle                relish
Poke sallet - cooked pokeweed
Purloo - a traditional Low Country dish made with ham, bacon, peppers and okra
Ramps - wild leeks popular in the mountains
Red beans & rice - the rice is often some kind of dirty rice, a longstanding favorite in Louisiana
Seven-layer salad
Swamp cabbage (heart of palm)
Summer Squash - often cooked down with onions or fried like okra
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Tomatoes - sliced ripe, also eaten at breakfast
     Fried green tomatoes - see hillbilly fried green tomatoes
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Sweet potatoes - often "candied" with butter and brown sugar
Tomato aspic
Wilted lettuce- with dressing, an Appalachian speciality
Yams: see Sweet Potatoes
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See Also:
Traditional Southern Food Dishes
List of Southern Meats, poultry and seafood
List of Southern vegetables and salads
Southern Breakfast Food
What is a Barbecue Breakfast
List of Southern soups and stews
List of Southern Beverages
List of Southern Side Dishes
List of Southern Pies






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