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Here are the top ten articles for the American Regional Cuisine Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Carnitas Taco Night Recipe
Are you ready for a Taco Night Feast? Well this Carnitas Taco recipe is essentially twice cooked shredded pork shoulder and is simple to prepare and delicious to eat! A basic staple from the Southwest.
2. Spicy Black Eyed Pea Recipe
If you want real comfort in a side dish you have to try this Spicy Black Eyed Pea recipe. It's very cheap to make, feeds a crowd and freezes well if there are leftovers. It's a great addition to a cook out with those burgers and hot dogs on any holiday weekend.
3. Hearty Rustic Beef Stew Recipe
Are you looking for an authentic beef stew to add to your repertoire? My Hearty Rustic Beef Stew is packed with fresh veggies and herbs and is an awesome addition to any cooks recipe box.
4. Gilroy Garlic Festival
Gilroy, California - Garlic Capital of the World
5. Flapjacks and Chocolate Muffins
Special Breakfast to make when the kids are home for the holidays.
6. Bierock Recipe
Aunt Ina comes every year to help make bierocks.
7. Cuban Ham and Cheese Sandwich Recipe
Do you love ham and cheese sandwiches? Well this is not your ordinary ham and cheese sandwich. It is an explosion of simple ingredients pressed and toasted until the cheese melts and glues everything together.
8. Some Southern Cuisine History
The Catawba and Cherokee Indians taught the early settlers to the Carolinas how to preserve foods by drying them in the smoke of the fire.
9. Odd Names for American Dishes
Different regions may have different names for your favorites - or your may discover a new name and a new dish.
10. Mississippi MUD Cake Recipe
Missippi Mud - Where did the name come from? Who wants to eat something with mud in the title of the recipe?
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