This week, we’re spotlighting recipes from Down South Paleo: Delectable Southern Recipes Adapted for Gluten-Free, Paleo Eaters by Jennifer Robins (Page Street Publishing Co.), a collection of Paleo-friendly takes on classic comfort food. Try making the recipes at home and let us know what you think! Photograph by Stephanie Gaudreau By Jennifer Robins Soulful Collard Greens and Crisped Bacon Yield: 4 servings (Grain-, Dairy-, Nut-, Egg-, Soy-, Nightshade-free) Collard greens are the quintessential soul food. 12 ounces organic, pastured bacon 1 bunch collard greens (approximately 8 ounces) 1 large onion, diced 3 cloves garlic, minced ½ teaspoon sea salt 2 cups organic chicken broth (homemade when possible) Preheat the oven to 375°F. Place the strips of bacon on a large foil-lined baking sheet and bake for about 30 minutes, or until the bacon is crispy.
We chatted with Sean Brock, a Virginia native and the celebrated chef behind some of the South’s most beloved restaurants, Husk (in Nashville and Charleston) and McCrady’s (Charleston). He let us in on his passion for Southern food, what to expect in his first cookbook, Heritage, out Tuesday, Oct. 21, and what he'd want for his last meal on the planet (hint: Thanksgiving!).
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2. Cane and Table New Orleans, LA On the lip of the Caribbean, New Orleans has been a rum-washed town since long before Pat O’Brien poured the first hurricane. Today it’s an airy bar and restaurant where bartenders chisel three-hundred-pound frozen blocks into four varieties of ice—shaved, rocks, long rocks, and spheres—that cool down Sunshine State–inspired cocktails such as the Florida Mule, with Tampa-made Cane vodka, and the Red Bandana, spiced with St. Augustine’s famous datil peppers. Try the spiced apple toddy with calvados, maple syrup, apple juice, apple bitters, and Chinese five spice bitters, or sip a classic sparkling wine cocktail. 5. Kimball House Decatur, GA Miles Macquarrie, formerly of Leon’s Full Service, is one of Atlanta’s most respected bartenders.