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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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Kardea is having two special guests over for dinner, Kardea prepares a meal that's deliciously southern without breaking the calorie counter; she makes grilled pork chops with a homemade apple and mango compote, along with flavorful cauliflower rice.
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Love is in the air when Kardea and her boyfriend Nassir have a double date dinner with their friends, Yolanda and Eugene.
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Kardea Brown hits the beach with friends for some fun in the sun and a summer-perfect picnic featuring a low-country boil, fresh peach arugula salad and sparkling summer lemonade; for a sweet treat, frozen confetti vanilla whoopie pies hit the spot.
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Kardea Brown picnics in the park with friends and her favorite one-hand wonders like rotisserie chicken salad sandwiches with homemade bacon jam and chilled black-eyed pea salad; the relaxing summer lunch finishes with delicious blackberry hand pies.
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Kardea Brown's family reunions are big, loud and legendary events. She's hosting the party at her Charleston, S.C., home and makes all the family favorites, including No-Fuss Baby Back Ribs with Carolina Moppin' Sauce and a beautiful 4-Bean Salad. Aunt TC joins Kardea in the kitchen to make her famous Potato Salad, and for dessert, the crew digs into classic Charleston Chewies.
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It's Kardea Brown's favorite time of the year, shrimp season in Charleston; This year she's making Fried Shrimp Baskets, and her mom helps out with her Famous Hand Cut Fries and a fresh Grilled Shrimp Cobb Salad.
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Kardea Brown fires up the grill for an old-fashioned backyard barbecue and invites her family over to enjoy some of her charbroiled dishes; On the grill are Pimento Cheese-Stuffed Burgers and Grilled Sea Island Wings.
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Kardea Brown invites her family over for a scrumptiously southern Sunday supper; She's serving up a few of her family's favorites, including Fried Chicken Po' Boys and her own twist on her grandma's Crab Mac and Cheese.
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Kardea is meeting Kedrick at his favorite fishing hole to catch their dinner; she plans to make crispy fried whitefish with a cornmeal crust, southern brussels sprouts salad with homemade creamy poppy seed dressing and Kardea's fresh baked cornbread.
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Back in her school days, Kardea would spend her weekends planning a trip to Mexico with her besties.
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It's Aunt Kardea's day to hang out with some of her nieces and nephew, she serves up stovetop mac 'n' cheese and kid-approved baked potato-chip chicken strips.
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Kardea invites her notoriously frugal Aunt TC over for a dinner that looks like a million bucks but won't break the bank, for their fancy meal at home, Kardea makes molasses salmon, mushroom and pea risotto, and wilted bok choy.
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Kardea Brown makes her favorite summertime dishes, including pimento cheese stuffed burgers, rotisserie chicken salad sandwiches, blackberry hand pies, sparkling summer lemonade, and confetti whoopie pies.
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Kardea makes a Southern-inspired meal of low country spatchcocked chicken served with traditional gullah red rice and a warm asparagus salad, then Grandma's cinnamon raisin bread pudding.
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Kardea invites her Aunt TC over for big low-country brunch, Charleston-style shrimp and grits, homemade buttermilk biscuits topped with fresh apricot jam, along with a creamy hazelnut frappe.
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Kardea gathers friends around the fire pit for a cozy meal; dinner includes beef and okra stew served with sweet potatoes topped with roasted marshmallows; for dessert, caramel apple cake and warm spiced apple cider.
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Kardea Brown shares classic dishes inspired by her heritage and the place she calls home, South Carolina's Lowcountry; her Southern staples include Gullah-style shrimp and grits, Gullah red rice, Gullah caviar, and classic Charleston chewies.
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Kardea hosts a birthday dinner for her good friend Ashley. The celebratory meal starts with Pepper Jelly Meatballs to nibble on and Low Country Crab Cakes topped with Southern Succotash as the main attraction. To finish off, there's Ashley's favorite Toasted Coconut Cake.
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In this special self-shot episode, Kardea Brown shares favorite BLD meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner); the show will take place over the course of the day as Kardea and her mom cook together, eat together and share stories.
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Kardea brings her mom, grandma and cousin on a day trip to Wadmalaw Island, where she makes a meal of pulled pork sandwiches with Wadmalaw bbq sauce, pan-fried collard greens with bacon and a boozy sea island punch.
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A few of Kardea's siblings are uniting at her place to catch up and share a meal.

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