Growing up the main things I remember about Thanksgiving dinner were my brother and me going hard in our grandma’s macaroni pie, and my mom getting maybe a little too hyped about making leftover sandwiches. The Thanksgiving leftover sandwich has become a huge part of the holiday and inspired me to create this burger.
What’s great about this recipe is you can go ahead and make it, or doctor your own leftovers to get the same similar effect. This also makes a great alternative for anyone who either doesn’t have the kitchen to make a full Thanksgiving dinner, or just can’t be bothered but still wants that Thanksgiving flavor.
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Don’t be fooled, South Carolina actually produces more peaches than Georgia. Not only do we have plenty of peaches here, but they’re also obscenely good. Like juice dripping down your arm and off your chin onto your chest good. As we come to the end of summer I wanted to create a dish to celebrate the peach in all its glory.
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Let’s be honest, do I really need to say why spicy bourbon caramel ribs are delicious and a great idea? I didn’t think so. This was a recipe that I threw together for a potluck I hosted, and I couldn’t get enough. For the recipe I used baby back ribs, but spare ribs would be just as amazing.
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When I first started this blog back in 2014 there was one dish in mind that summed up everything the concept of the fancy redneck was about. That dish was taking a culinary icon of South Carolina, pulled pork with mustard sauce, and marrying it with the aromatics of southern France. This is that dish. The dish that I built the dream of my food writing career on.
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