at freight house, it is our great pleasure to feed you and yours when you visit. seeing lively conversation and laughter in our dining room from patrons sharing our dishes and drinks truly solidifies what we are all about.
we also want to be a part of that joy, even when you’re not dining with us. for that reason, we decided to put out some of our favorite (and fairly manageable) recipes for you to try out during your next family meal, or any occasion for that matter.
if you end up snapping some pics for your preferred social media platform, be sure to add the hashtag #freighthousefamilymeal so we can follow along and see how y’all roll.
this cranberry casserole is both vegetarian and gluten free. and just in time for thanksgiving! be the hero of your family meal with this excellent alternative to traditional cranberry sauce.
don’t knock it ’til you try it. you may only think you don’t like beets. c’mon. give beets a chance!
every southern chef needs a fried chicken recipe on the ready. why don’t you just use our freight house fried chicken recipe and call it your own?
this versatile dessert topping goes with just about anything and is fairly simple to make. it also works great with cocoa, or get creative with your own whooped topping!
the top chef challenge winning dish that sent chef sara bradley into the finale of season 16. make your very own version of this traditional dish with a freight house twist.
deviled eggs are great for every occasion, or just because. try out this recipe for caramelized onion deviled eggs, and then experiment with your own ingredients.
when I was growing up, thunder & lightning was a staple at our dinner table throughout the spring and summer months..
this biscuit recipe comes from a church cookbook that belonged to my father’s mother. we called her gimper and she was famous for..
beer cheese has been a kentucky go-to for generations. open any kentucky church cookbook, and you’re sure to find..
here’s a dish perfect for fall that you’re going to want to come back to week after week, so long as that squash is in season..
this light, southern casserole is a take on the french dish known as byaldi (the italians would call it ratatouille)..
if you want a beautiful, colorful starter, but not the same old leafy salad that you usually make, this alternative is easy and incredibly flavorful..
this recipe has a few different steps, but don’t be scared off. if you can make white gravy, you can do this..
it is freight house’s permanent stance that everyone should know how to roast a chicken. while it takes a little time, the results are..
you’re going to love our take on this classic southern dessert, which, of course, is bebe approved.