The water was wonderful today. Calm, clear and refreshingly cool. Light breeze and lots of sun.
Max wishes you were with us.
We always get rave reviews when serving this Southern Classic - steeped in sugarcane goodness, this Creole recipe uses brown sugar to create a moist, delectable taste sensation and provide a dense outer crust.
Life is good on the Gulf Coast even in the winter months as you'll find folks grilling and barbecuing all types of fine foods. Many Holiday meals feature roasted meats like this Grilled Herb Roast. Get this recipe along with a fine Horseradish sauce.
Similar to Ann Pillsbury's 'Brown Sugar Chocolate Cake', this Chocolate Cake is a bit more southern with the use of buttermilk and lots more brown sugar. And to make it holiday decadent, it's topped in a rich, pecan ladden fudge icing.
An establishment in these parts, sitting down at the dinner table for a family meal is a way of life for many of us. It is quality time well spent sharing our blessings. Enjoy our recipes.
Platters like this are often on tables around Mobile Bay especially when there is a Jubilee. A Jubilee only occurs in Mobile Bay - find mouth-watering recipes under the Fish and Seafood categories.
Drick's Rambling Cafe features recipes from an array of southern gulf
coast foods and like any good, respectable cafe, informative musings of our locale.
Features include heritage southern dishes, regional seafood and shellfish, my love for
Mexican-American, Cajun and Creole cookery plus my passion for grilling and barbecuing.
Coming from a small town community and living on a farm in central Alabama, cooking down-home recipes come naturally and a few go back over three generations. Take a look, enjoy real home goodness from my home in Mobile AL and around our Delta area.