Support Southern products
These are products produced in the South and loved by Southerners. I am not compensated by these companies; I simply like them a lot.
Southeastern Mills Old Fashioned Peppered Gravy Mix
For the gravy-impaired, seek out Southeastern Mills Old Fashioned Peppered Gravy Mix. I keep fooling myself into thinking that I can make something just as good. I cannot. There's no possible way that I can use flour and milk and create anything of the sort on my own. Good job Southeastern Mills. Visit their website at www.semills.com.
Milo's Famous Sweet Tea
I can't seem to make tea like this. It is just sweet enough and is a treat. If you're having a cookout or in charge of bringing a drink to a party, grab a couple of gallons of Milo's. You have to love anything that got it's start in Alabama. Visit their website at www.milostea.com.
RC Cola goes great with MoonPie...Little Debbie's...a 2nd RC Cola. Mix it with BBQ sauce and put it on pork chops; so many uses. When I asked for input on the website, several people said that I absolutely had to include RC. Salute this product that originated in Columbus, GA. Visit the RC website at www.rccolainternational.com.
Little Debbie by McKee Foods Corporation in Collegedale, TN. I have eaten more Little Debbie's for breakfast than your average human being. The website is www.littledebbie.com.
The original MoonPie baked in Chattanooga, TN. Any flavor, any time, warm it up in the microwave and enjoy. Make a MoonPie ice cream sundae. Visit the MoonPie General Store on Broad Street in Chattanooga. The website is www.moonpie.com.