Guy Fieri's 7 Best Southern Dishes from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Guy Fieri's 7 Best Southern Dishes from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

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Browse Guy's favorite Southern dishes from Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Read more at: www.foodnetwork.com/shows/diners-drive-ins-and-dives/photos/12-best-southern-dishes-from-diners-drive-ins-and-dives.html

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    Collard Greens: Served in a restaurant that used to be a garden center that used to be a farmers market, these collard greens are as authentic as they get. They've got smoked ham hock and are made with greens the owners grow on their own farm.
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    Garlic and Herb Chicken Gizzards: The chef here says the secret to making gizzards tender is the pressure-cooker process. After that, they're made any way you like them, including with garlic and herbs and deep-fried.
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    Mac 'n' Cheese: Often declared by customers "the best mac and cheese ever," Sweetie Pie's version has a few kinds of cheese, including cheddar and Colby-Jack. Plus, it's topped off with a crispy layer of shredded mild cheddar.
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    Chicken and Dumplings: When all the plates come with a deviled egg and a biscuit, you know it's down-home cooking. The dumplings are made in-house after the chicken is roasted on the bone and shredded.
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    Louisiana Crawfish Pie: The pie crust at Rick's is homemade with lots of butter and makes for the perfect shell to this traditional Louisiana dish. With onions, peppers and farm-raised crawfish tails, it's a local favorite.
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    Tasso: It's always a Cajun party at this spot — even when it's the middle of an Indiana winter. They're serving up multiple dishes that include a Cajun smoked pork called tasso, marinated and smoked in-house.
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    Fried Chicken Sandwich on a Biscuit: The secret to Pine State's famous biscuits: shredded butter. Shredding frozen butter for the batter creates a light and flaky texture that can't be missed — especially with fried chicken, bacon and cheese in the middle.
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