I love Gulf Seafood. I have lived near the Gulf all but six of my almost 50 years, and can’t imagine a holiday meal without Gulf Coast Seafood. The Holiday season is all about gathering friends and family together for a time of fellowship, and here in the South, nothing brings folks together like big [...]
I have been actively reading and making recipes from John Besh’s new cookbook, Cooking From The Heart. He recently came to Pensacola on a book tour and I had the opportunity to meet and to interview him for 30AEATS.com. Besh is genuinely warm and easy to talk to, and I have loved the soulful Europen [...]
Seafood Stuffed Mirletons (French Creole for Chayote Squash) have made their way to our holiday table for years. We learned about them when we moved to New Orleans after my father was stationed in Nebraska when I was a young teen. Though moving to New Orleans was a culture shock, we all soon embraced the [...]
If you are looking for smooth and fluffy mashed potatoes for the holiday’s then only one item will do; A food mill or ricer is the key to the fluffiest of comfort foods! OXO sent me a slew of wonderful products to try and to giveaway to one of my reader’s! Yes, a slew! So [...]
Today I am joining two awesome food bloggers, Jenn of Jenn Cuisine and Barb of Creative Culinary, who have spearheaded Food Bloggers Support For Sandy. 30A EATS along with other food bloggers were encouraged to post a bite of comfort food today, November 8, to help raise awareness for those that have lost so much due to hurricane Sandy.
There are not too many food, travel & lifestyle bloggers in the Florida Panhandle other than myself at 30A EATS, Molly from Duchess of Fork, and Tara from Della Rose Living, and today Tara has a guest recipe post to share! If I have missed an Emerald Coast blogger, let me know by commenting below, as [...]
This is my 6th recipe post for #SeriousSandwich, a promotion for Emeril Lagasse’s new cookbook Kicked-Up Sandwiches. As a side to a terrific sandwich, like those made in the last three weeks by the 22 bloggers in the promotion, you might consider Emeril’s Classic Cole-Slaw (page 66).
Bacon is beloved to many, and a favorite ingredient used in creative and innovative ways. This recipe is one that has a genius twist, as instead of relying on a bowl, tortilla shells or bread as a vessel for your food, you can use bacon! Here is how to make bacon cups.
Many like to write about their love of cast iron, and the familial bond that is shared as it passes from one generation to the next. I have treasured cast iron that was passed on to me as well, and I was fortunate when in the division of assets in my first marriage, that I [...]
Are you a fan of the hit TV series Mad Men? Have you ever wanted to dine like Draper and drink like Sterling? Thanks to veteran cookbook author Judy Gelman and writer Peter Zheutlin, you can now fill your Mad Men appetite with The Unofficial Mad Men Cookbook!
We’re entering the second week of The Virtual Potluck ’Tasty and Healthy New Year Challenge’ sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill and California Olive Ranch, and if you missed last weeks recipe, you will want to click here to get it! Each week in the month of January, all twelve bloggers are giving away BRM and COR products, so you have 48 [...]
I was recently contacted by a wonderful new company called Amelia’s Spicing Pecans, a product line from a small company located in Birmingham, Alabama. I am partial to Birmingham, since I have family there, and my husband was born and raised there as well. Good food certainly comes from in and around Birmingham, so the [...]