Grab a plate and pull up your chair because we’re ready to share some fabulous soul food recipes! Soul food is the delicious combination of foods with origins in the rural south. The term “soul food” has been around since the 1960s and grew in popularity starting in the 1970s. These yummy dishes normally involve homecooked recipes with staples including fried chicken, pork, cornbread, beans and collard greens. Sweet tea and tasty desserts like cobblers are normally on the menu as well. One thing is for sure: There’s nothing better than sitting down at the dinner table and eating a delicious homecooked soul food-inspired meal.

 

Recipes

Our Publix Aprons team has done a great job utilizing the traditional elements found in soul food recipes. Not only are these dishes delicious, but they’re great for the cooler weather. We’ve gathered some of our favorites to give you a taste of what soul food is all about.

 

Publix Aprons collard green recipe

Southern-Style Collard Greens

 

Publix Aprons pork and cabbage stew with black eyed peas recipe served in a bowl with spoon

Pork and Cabbage Stew with Black-Eyed Peas

 

Publix Aprons Oxtail Stew with Chickpeas recipe served in a bowl on napkin with bread.

Oxtail Stew with Chickpeas

 

Publix Aprons shrimp and grits recipe served in a bowl

Shrimp and Grits

 

Publix Aprons Blackened Pork Tenderloin with Grits and Red Bean Salad served on a plate

Blackened Pork Tenderloin with Grits and Red Bean Salad

 

Publix Aprons peach cobbler recipe served in baking pan with an ice cream scoop

Peach Cobbler

 

 

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Jackie J.

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Jackie J. became a Publix associate in 2017 after deciding to take her love of food to the next level. She began working with the Social Media team at that time and she immediately fell in love with life at Publix. In her spare time, she bakes to relax and creates yummy morsels for friends and family to munch on. When she isn’t working, you can probably find her playing with her cat and dog (Nila and Oreo), at a theme park or watching a Harry Potter Movie Marathon.

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