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RTX Traveler Recipe | Simple Mini Biscuits

RTX Traveler Recipe | Simple Mini Biscuits

Quick and delicious dishes with no more than four ingredients are some of the most sought-after recipes in the online world of home cooks. It’s no wonder, as busy parents who balance work, family time and hopefully vacation time also try to provide home cooked meals nearly every day. Biscuits are a staple in any Southern kitchen, but today’s family may not always have the time to spend on baking them total from scratch like their grandmother did. As a time-saving alternative, these tasty mini biscuits can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

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RTX Traveler Recipe | Callaway Gardens Speckled Heart Cheese Grits

RTX Traveler Recipe | Callaway Gardens Speckled Heart Cheese Grits

Speckled Heart Grits are made from the whole grain including the heart of the corn kernel, producing a rich and mellow corn flavor. This dish can be served for breakfast along with sausage or bacon and a fruit salad, or for lunch or dinner as a side.

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Momma Needy’s Smothered Fish

Momma Needy’s Smothered Fish

Gullah cooking is perhaps one of the most familiar aspects of the culture to most visitors to the low country, as it is similar to many Southern soul food dishes found throughout the area. Authentic Gullah restaurants are somewhat rare, but well worth a visit. This simple recipe for fish found local to Hilton Head calls for the most basic ingredients, yet is a perfect way to enjoy a fresh catch after a day on the beach. This recipe is courtesy of the Gullah Heritage Tour and comes from the grandmother of tour owner Irvin Campbell.

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Maryland Crab Cakes | Ocean City | RTX Traveler Magazine

Maryland Crab Cakes | Ocean City | RTX Traveler Magazine

The blue crab is considered the tastiest of crab species, which is lucky for anyone visiting Ocean City as their native habitat includes the Chesapeake Bay. If you’ve never had crabcakes made with fresh lump crab meat and no filler (as they are prepared at many inland eateries), then you will be amazed at the difference.

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Southern Biscuits

Southern Biscuits

A southern staple, the perfect biscuit is a plump, flaky mound of flour, baking powder and fat baked until golden brown. Smothered with sausage gravy, stuffed with country ham or served on the side a fresh batch of biscuits is the best way to start the day.

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Arkansas Fried Catfish Recipe | RTX Traveler Magazine

Arkansas Fried Catfish Recipe | RTX Traveler Magazine

Easy to catch and excellent to eat, catfish are abundant in the streams, lakes and rivers of Arkansas, which explains why the state loves fried catfish. Found at almost every restaurant and convenient store, it’s quite possibly more popular than their beloved barbecue.

With catfish available in supermarkets around the country it’s also a dish anyone can make any time of year, so take a look at his simple and delicious recipe for Arkansas fried catfish.

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Hadley’s Date Shake Recipe | Palm Springs Fruit Orchards | RTX Traveler

Hadley’s Date Shake Recipe | Palm Springs Fruit Orchards | RTX Traveler

Date palms are ubiquitous in Palm Springs, and the mild-flavored fruit can be found in sweet and savory dishes in restaurants throughout the area. One traditional way to beat the heat in Palm Springs any time of year is with a milkshake made with dates – a date shake. While several spots in Palm Springs may brag about their date shakes, few can compete with the shake served at the deli inside of Hadley Fruit Orchards. The recipe below comes from their website.

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Stone Crab Cakes Recipe | Dunedin

Stone Crab Cakes Recipe | Dunedin

Prized for the succulent meat found in its claws – snowy white with a delicate texture and sweet taste – the stone crab is considered a delicacy. From mid-October to mid-May Tampa Bay area fishermen drop their traps in the surrounding waters in search of the valuable and delicious crustacean.

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Hass Guacamole from Carlsbad | RTX Traveler Magazine

Hass Guacamole from Carlsbad | RTX Traveler Magazine

There’s not much better than a perfectly ripe avocado. The smooth, creamy texture and nutty flavor is unlike anything else, and the nutritional value is tops. Southern California is famous for avocados, which thrive in ideal year-round growing conditions. While there are seven varieties of the fruit grown commercially in the state, the ubiquitous Hass variety accounts for about 95% of the total crop.

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Prickly Pear Margarita Recipe | Sedona

Prickly Pear Margarita Recipe | Sedona

Prickly pear cacti are ubiquitous in Sedona and surrounding areas throughout the Southwest. The low-lying paddle-shaped green plants bear a fruit, or fig, on top of each paddle that ripens to shades of deep pink and reds. The resulting prickly pear cactus syrup that is used to create many cocktails and even sauces on menus in Sedona is bright pink in color. This makes for a fun and festive margarita whether you are on vacation, or just dreaming about one.

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