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Southern pride and Southern food go together like biscuits and gravy, and no one knows good ol' Southern cooking quite like Bobby Deen and Jamie Deen. Now they're going on a road trip to find everything from the best gumbo and 'gator in Louisiana to creamy Kentucky Hot Browns and even fried bologna sandwiches in Alabama. The Deen brothers will get a taste of the South while celebrating all the people and places that put the pride of Dixie into all that they do.
Bobby and Jamie Deen are on the road trip of a lifetime, tackling outdoor adventures and tasting great food. Along their way to the famed whitewater rapids of the New River Gorge in West Virginia, the Deen Brothers make some surprising and delicious food finds, including ribs with a spicy barbecue sauce, fried green tomato sandwiches, strawberry pie and banana split milkshakes.
Fulfilling a childhood dream, Bobby and Jamie Deen are going to Space Camp in Huntsville, Ala. All the astronaut training will certainly build up an appetite, which they quench with some of Alabama's best foods, including slugburgers, biscuits with cocoa gravy sauce, tomato pie and fried bologna sandwiches.
Bobby and Jamie Deen are headed to Louisiana for Bobby's birthday, tasting the best food the Louisiana Delta has to offer — when they're not taking on alligators in the bayou! They try everything from boudin balls and cracklin' to alligator allemond and seafood okra gumbo, as well as the sweeter side of Cajun Country with King Cake cheesecake and white chocolate bread pudding.
As the birthplace of American blues and the cradle of Southern cooking, the Mississippi Delta is the perfect stop on the Deen Brothers' road trip. Bobby and Jamie take in the best music and food Mississippi has to offer, including barbecue elk brisket, beef tamales with chili, collard greens, and rice and peas with homemade gravy.
Bobby and Jamie Deen are getting the full Kentucky experience in Louisville, with a day at the track, bluegrass and a taste of bourbon. Plus, they fill their bellies with some of the best food around, including the famous Kentucky Hot Brown, beef ribs, "booben" sandwiches, bourbon fudge and even bourbon-seasoned fruitcake.
The Deen Brothers take a few days off from hitting the pavement and head to Jamie's lake house outside of Athens, Ga., for a few days of rest and relaxation. After starting each day with a lakeside activity, they head into Athens to experience the burgeoning culinary scene, tasting French toast with a classic Georgia ingredient, fried chicken and gravy, sweet potato souffle and chicken tetrazzini.
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