This is a list of notable foods of the Southern United States. The cuisine of the Southern United States has many various dishes and foods.

Beverages

Lemonade
A mint julep
Sweet tea

Breads

Skillet cornbread
Skillet cornbread

Desserts and sweets

Cakes

Lane cake
Red velvet cake

Candies

Bourbon balls

Cobblers

An apple cobbler
An apple cobbler

Cookies

Frozen

Bananas Foster

Pies

Buttermilk pie
Millionaire pie

Puddings

Bread pudding

Pastries

Meats, poultry and seafood

A pan of beef brisket, fresh out of the oven
A pan of beef brisket, fresh out of the oven
Fried chicken
Jambalaya cooking in a pan
Jambalaya cooking in a pan
A pound of sliced, pan-fried livermush garnished with parsley
A pound of sliced, pan-fried livermush garnished with parsley

Side dishes and condiments

Chow-chow is a condiment
Sausage gravy served atop biscuits
Sausage gravy served atop biscuits
Macaroni and cheese

Soups, stews and boils

Brunswick stew

Vegetables and salads

Ambrosia salad
Collard greens (left), macaroni and cheese, fried chicken, yams and cornbread
Collard greens (left), macaroni and cheese, fried chicken, yams and cornbread
Mashed potatoes
Red beans and rice

Miscellaneous

Cross-section view of a muffuletta sandwich in New Orleans, Louisiana
Cross-section view of a muffuletta sandwich in New Orleans, Louisiana
A shrimp po' boy sandwich
A shrimp po' boy sandwich

See also

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