We had a really great opportunity this month to sit down with Executive Chef Chip Ulbrich of South City Kitchen. If your not familiar with South City Kitchen, it’s a great Southern style restaurant with two locations in and around the Atlanta,GA area known for dishes like their Fried Chicken and Fried Green Tomatoes. Chef Chip spent some time showing us how to cook Collard Greens in less than 30 minutes that are flavorful, full of texture and easy to prepare. He gave us every instruction we needed to make this fool proof. So if you’re looking for a modern way of cooking Southern Style Collard Greens Chef Chip’s recipe will point you in in the right culinary direction. Stay Hungry Ya’ll !
-The Hungry Southerner
This is the first of a 2 part series with Chef Chip Ulbrich. Check back soon for our interview with him in this month’s Local, Fresh, Sustainable Series where we talk about what South City Kitchen is doing with local farmers and ingredients and what they have coming for Thanksgiving.
We sat down with Chef Chip Ulbrich of South City Kitchen in Atlanta,GA and he showed us a great way to cook up some great Southern Collard Greens. Want a quick sneak peak at next weeks first of 2 videos two come from our visit? Check out these Collard Greens and then come back on Monday. We will have the full video where Chef Chip will walk us through step by step instructions for an easy way to preparing a great and delicous pot of Southern Collard Greens that will have your mouth watering just like they make at South City Kitchen. Stay Hungry Y’all! See you on Monday!
– The Hungry Southerner
I’m quite particular when it comes to cookbooks, especially Southern cookbooks. For instance, my favorite most recently purchased book is John Besh’s “My New Orleans”. It’s a beautiful compilation of amazing images, stories and delicately executed recipes. It seems to me everyone these days has turned around and published a cookbook, most of those books being just down right awful. Southern My Way : Simple Recipes, Fresh Flavors by Gena Knox thankfully is not one of those books.