Strat's Soup Kitchen Remodeled

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Time for Uncle Strat's Squash Casserole!

I did this for Easter Sunday dinner last week -- as always, it was a hit on all accounts. The kids loved it because it had lots of bacon. My wife likes it because I don't mess up the kitchen too badly. The grandparents enjoy it because it's easy to eat and they don't have to cook it. But I digress.... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, March 21, 2008

Nectar of the Gods: Frogmore Stew

I present to you, my fellow Blogitanian epicures, one of the most popular recipes of the Carolina Coast. Universally it's pretty much known as Beaufort Stew or Mitchell Stew. Interestingly enough, though, native Beaufortonians, and those of us who know our history, refer to it as Frogmore Stew,... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Hey ya'll; warsh these and try this!

Okay, so here’s a little taste of my neck of the woods. Great tasting, probably not too good for you, but what the hell. Every Southerner worth his grits loves greens. Mustards, collards, even polk salad, greens are a staple, and they’re good for you, too! With my love of my home cuisine in mind,... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Hey Kids! Try Strat's Mo 'Fine Muffalata!

Behold, the ham sandwich. It can be simple or ornate. It can be light fare or an entire meal. It is one of those things everyone has a version of and each one claims to be the best. One of my favorite versions comes from New Orleans -- the muffalata. It has a distinct character and it can be lots of... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, March 3, 2008

Crazy Deano's Fish Chowder

Here’s a good cold winter day treat I came up with awhile back. It's actually based on a recipe put together by my aunt. She’s a wonderful, lovely, intelligent, highly entertaining individual, with more energy than anyone I know. I think she believes sleeping is a mortal sin. Nonetheless, in between... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

For Offy: Uncle Strat's Get Well Chicken Soup!

Okay, so this is just a standard, easy, comfort food kinda soup. Good old chicken soup, none betta! And I said it's for Offy, and that's true, but since I woke up this morning with my head feeling like Hiroshima, I will probably make some tonight for myself. I have read many places that chicken soup... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, February 4, 2008

A very tasty accident....don't know what to call it, but it needs a name!

I think this is sort of a Carribean-flavored idea; it’s a black bean soup with a little southern flair to it. For one, instead of using chorizo or jerked chicken, we used a little left over honeybaked ham. For another, it was sort of a project where my Belved and I threw things together because that... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Hey kids! Try Strat’s To Die For low cal/low fat Moussaka!

This is an old favorite of mine, sort of loosely based on a heavy duty recipe I stole from my sister many years ago. I’ve modified it a little over the years -- and I’m telling you, it’s pretty durn good. The good thing about Moussaka is that it’s a great alternative to heavier pasta dishes. It’s... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Saigon meets South Carolina...

Not only do I like to cook and eat, but most of my friends do, too. As they say, the best parties pretty much end in the kitchen, and while I don't completely agree -- most great parties start and end on the front porch -- I think the kitchen runs a close second. At any rate, one unique soul I know... Sign in to see full entry.

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