If you are in the central part of Alabama I would seek out Jim n Nick's Bar BQ, or Johnny Ray,s everything is good. Also try the BBQ Bake Potatoes that they have Delish. Use to live in Hoover and Mountain Brook Al but now in Toronto Canada If you try one or the other enjoy and have some for me.....
----- Johnny Ray's 1460 Montgomery Hwy, Birmingham, AL 35216
Jim 'n Nick's 11th Avenue Grill 1908 11th Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35205
I am from Alabama and use to live in Mountain Brook Al. Use to vist Pepper Place every two weeks, now I live in Toronto Canada and miss it sooo much. Thank's for the reminder. HAPPY to know that it is still going STRONG !!!!!!!
Where are the Lemons or Lemon juice??? I know that this is a basic sauce ,but coming from Alabama this is how we make sauce. I know that their are parts all over the south that have there way of making a good BBQ sauce but I have to have LEMON'S. Everything is okay but the LEMONS!!!!!
Having lived in Derry, NH which is 45 mins outside of Boston I had the chance to enjoy these tasty buns. I have to admit I thought they looked a little odd, coming from Alabama we only see the long or short buns split down the middle, and rounded on the sides. Now living in Toronto Canada those odd hot dogs I miss. Thank's for reminding me.
In Alabama our chicken is off the chain too, and yes to make good chicken the crust is the secret. The spices in the flour base is the trick, and the oil temp is also important. If in Oakland I will seek the place out. Thank's !!!!
In the South true skillet cornbread is cooked on top of the oven. Cooking until bottom has browned and top has set, and then you flip it over, and let the top cook and brown. It takes alot of trys to get it right, but when you do you will be happy with results.
I'm from Alabama, and we fry whiting fish by coating in cornmeal, and a little flour in oil. add hot sauce and you are good to go. Oh don't forget a slice of white bread, ketchup, hot sauce and mustard. Iced cold Sweet Tea.
I am from Alabama, our sauce has a vinegar base with lemon juice and lemons, and not to thick. Wanting a chance to try something different I am going to try this recipe for my BBQ here in Toronto Canada for friends here this weekend. Looks soooo good. Thank's.
I am from the south, and black eyed peas are something that we enjoy We make a dish kinda like this but we use chopped raw onions, and chopped tomatoes that are in season and pour juice from peas over top. I like the idea of cooked fennel instead of onion, they both taste the same. Will make this soon.