Food and shopping sites that specialize in cuisines from various regions including Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
Located in a rural coastal community on Virginia's Eastern Shore, Blue Crab Bay Co. was founded in 1985 by Pamela Barefoot in her farmhouse kitchen to market culinary themes of the region.
Charleston, South Carolina restaurant and catering service offers grits, barbecue sauces, rubs, shrimp sauce and marinade, Charleston Benne wafers, pralines, rice, cane syrup, pickled vegetables, salsa, dips, soups, Creole sauce, jams, and salad dressings.
Food items include roasted and salted gourmet pecans, chocolate and caramel covered pecans, assorted pecan candies, fudge, jams, and toppings. Homemade sweets are directly made from pecans grown in Alabama.
Source for authentic Southern specialties and staples, including boiled peanuts, pickles, preserves, milled grains and candies.
Snacks, local raw honey, sorghum, condiments, pickles, coffee, tea, and locally made crafts from Arkansas. Ships in USA.
Georgia-made condiments such as Vidalia onion dressings, pickled vegetables, peach and other fruit preserves and butters.
A variety of goods including Smithfield hams, smoked turkey, Virginia peanuts, Rowena's pound cake, and gift packages.
Online shopping for Southern foods from RC Cola and Moonpies to Krispy Kreme Donuts and Duke's Mayonnaise.
Order low carb pork rinds, nuts, sweets, and other products that represent the South.
Assortment of Southern fruit jellies, mustards, and chocolate-coated nuts such as pecans, cashews, and almonds. Products listed by group category and available through mail or telephone order.
Extensive selection of Mississippi made food and gift baskets with items such as jellies, chutney's, cheeses, mustards, and candies. Ordering form and catalog provided on site.
Virginia foods also available in gift baskets or boxes, including Smithfield ham, peanuts, smoked meats, biscuits and preserves. Ships in USA.
Has information about cafe, products, and assortment of recipes from the original Irondale Cafe. Includes fried green tomatoes, onion rings, cooking batter, and cake mixes.
Wild edible mushrooms, herbs, greens, beans, and nuts of the Appalachian mountains.
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