Classic Southern recipes that are better than grandma’s

Diamond Bridges

Despite being one country, America is made up of different regions that enjoy different cuisines. Southern cooking is known for its African, European and Native American roots that can be found in dishes such as collard greens, cornbread, biscuits and more. The recipes get passed down from generation to generation, but these classic Southern recipes are probably better than your grandma’s.

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