True South Food

After more than ten years in the catering business, cooking all sorts of food for all sorts of people and all sorts of  events, we have developed a few “signature” dishes.  These are dishes that we make particularly well and that represent us both as people and as cooks.  Some are fancy, some are not. Some are complicated and laborious, some are as simple as sliced bread. Some are family recipes, and some are true originals. Many include one of our handmade sauces or spreads. All of these items have their roots in our shared southern up-bringing. Whether it be the regionality of the ingredients or the stereotypical southern-ness of the item in its entirety, each of these foods is something we love to make, love to serve and love to eat! And each has the  inherit qualities of true southern eating…Comfortable, handmade goodness.


Where you can find True South…


Woolworth Walk Soda Fountain

The Weinhaus

12 Bones South   Grab & Go Cooler – Sweeten Creek

Whispersholler Market at West Asheville Food Park


Black Mountain

Artisan Gourmet Market – The Village at Cheshire

Merry Wine Market



Hickory Nut Gap Farm Store



Hendersonville Community Co-OP


Brevard, Morganton, & Hickory

Food Matters Market



Sunburst Market



If you are interested in offering True South at your restaurant or shop, give us a call! We would love to stop by with some samples.

Snacks. Spreads. Sauces

El Diablo Pimento Cheese: Named for its heat and devilishly good flavor, this red hot number is an ideal add-on for burgers and sandwiches.

Horseradish Havarti Pimento Cheese: Creamy Havarti and tangy horseradish make a perfect pair in this delicious spread. Perfect for sandwiches.

Pecan Pimento Cheese: Better’n  mama’s cheese ball. Soon to be the go-to hors d’oeuvres for the new generation of old south entertainers.

Smoky Gouda Pimento Cheese: High quality naturally Smoked Gouda adds a little something extra to an old standby.


Big Boy Bean Dip: Beer + Beans = Man Food. Just enough beer to get a guy’s attention. A great dip, hot or cold.

Cucumber Benedictine: Straight from the recipe book of a Louisville native, this Derby Day classic is cool, crisp and delicious. Good on sandwiches or as a snack. Spring & Summer.


If you have had the unique privilege of attending an event we catered and fell in love with something, give us a call.

Contact us at or 828.684.7470