Delicious Miss Brown “Aw, Shucks!” S9 January 7 2024 on Food Network

Tonight (Sunday January 7 2024), Food Network broadcasts an episode of the series Delicious Miss Brown!

Aw, Shucks! Season 9 Episode Summary

In this episode of “Delicious Miss Brown” on Food Network, viewers are in for a Southern culinary treat with an episode titled “Aw, Shucks!” Host Kardea Brown extends a warm invitation to friends for a classic Southern oyster roast, but with her signature twist that gives the feast a light and hearty makeover.

Kardea’s culinary expertise shines as she prepares Roasted Oysters with Thai Chili Mignonette, a flavorful dish that infuses the Southern tradition of oyster roasting with an enticing Thai-inspired twist. The episode unfolds with Crab Rangoon Wonton Cups, adding a delightful fusion of flavors to the menu.

The Southern charm continues with Easy Brunswick Stew, a comfort dish that reflects Kardea’s skill in bringing together regional flavors in a simple yet satisfying manner. To sweeten the deal, Kardea wraps up the meal with a Slow Cooker Black Cherry Cobbler, offering a delicious conclusion to the feast.

What Time is the “Aw, Shucks!” Episode On?

The Aw, Shucks! episode of Delicious Miss Brown will be broadcast on January 7 2024 on Food Network at 12:00 PM at ET/PT.

Is the “Aw, Shucks!” Episode New?

The Aw, Shucks! episode of Delicious Miss Brown is all new!

Delicious Miss Brown Aw, Shucks! Cast & Stars

Main Cast
Kardea Brown

Aw, Shucks! Episode Videos & Previews

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Delicious Miss Brown Series Information

Focused on food and family, Kardea Brown shares not only her special recipes, but the stories behind the family and culture that brings them to life. The cook and caterer hails from the Sea Islands of Charleston, S.C., where she grew up surrounded by a loving family and incredible food. Formerly employed as a social worker, Brown created The New Gullah Supper Club in 2015 -- a traveling feast celebrating her Gullah/Southern recipes and bringing together people from all walks of life who share an interest in good food. Gullah refers to a distinct group of African-Americans in the coast regions of South Carolina who've preserved much of their West African language, culture and cuisine. She brings that same vibe into her Food Network kitchen, preparing family recipes with a twist.

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