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And the Livin’ is Easy

Whether you’re on the hunt for the sweetest honey or the most flavorful catfish in the South, we’ve got you covered in July. We visit one of the South’s most outstanding chefs at his coastal Mississippi restaurant to learn what makes Simmons Catfish so special. There’s even more catfish waiting for you in Greenwood, Mississippi thanks to Chef Lee Leflore and his deliciously simple recipe using the South’s favorite fish. And for the hottest month, we round out this edition with a sweet, creamy dessert at a local creamery and learn about the freshest dairy products the South has to offer.

And the Livin’ is Easy

The Best Ways to Find Local Honey

By  •  2 years ago

It’s that time of year again! It’s time to start tilling your old garden spot and getting ready for summer’s bounty, all the fresh, local produce that our warm …
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And the Livin’ is Easy

The Case for Catfish

By  •  3 years ago

This spring, chefs from across the Deep South will have a chance to visit the Simmons Catfish farm in Yazoo City, Mississippi as part of an Eat Y’all Chefs …
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And the Livin’ is Easy

[RECIPE] LOLA Restaurant’s Blackened Simmons Delacata Catfish Salad

By  •  3 years ago

This fabulous Blackened Simmons Delacata Catfish Salad is featured on the Lunch menu at LOLA Restaurant in Covington, Louisiana, where the chef couple Keith and Nealy Frentz cook up their …
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And the Livin’ is Easy

[Recipe + Chef Spotlight] Chef Lee Leflore’s Cast Iron Catfish with Jalapeño Rice Pilaf

By  •  4 years ago

Recently, we caught up with Chef Lee Leflore from Greenwood, MS to get his take on a Mississippi favorite – catfish. He shared his Cast Iron Catfish with Jalapeño Rice …
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And the Livin’ is Easy

My Trip to Havens Down Home Creamery

By  •  4 years ago

Just one short month ago, Preston and Kristen Havens received  their permit to bottle and sell their milk – a new venture for their family. Kristen graciously welcomed me to …
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