Delicious Miss Brown Fans Will Love This Announcement

"Delicious Miss Brown" is finally back. South Carolina chef Kardea Brown shared on Twitter that her Sunday-morning Food Network cooking show will return for its fifth season in August. The show's fans, whom Brown affectionately calls her "cousins," are responding with lots of excitement, exclamation points, and heart emojis.

If you've never seen "Delicious Miss Brown," its focus is on the cuisine that Brown learned from her mother and grandmother on the sea islands of Charleston. Brown is of Gullah Geechee descent. The Gullah Geechee are descendants of Africans who were enslaved on the lower Atlantic coast, according to Gullah Geechee Corridor, and have passed down their West African language, culture, and cuisine to new generations in parts of Georgia and South Carolina, Food Network explains. On her show, Brown puts her own contemporary spin on cultural and family dishes for guests at her Charleston home. According to Twitter, Brown's fans "can't wait" for the series' late-summer return.

What to expect from new episodes of "Delicious Miss Brown"

"I think this will be my best season yet. Hands down, the production, the recipes, the lighting," Brown shared about the fifth season of "Delicious Miss Brown" on Instagram. "We changed it up a bit and I promise you'll love the new changes." Amid rumors that the show had been canceled by Food Network (via SeriesDate), fans who missed Brown's Southern cooking rejoiced at the announcement. Viewers have also gotten to know Brown from her appearances on "Beat Bobby Flay," "Chopped Junior," and other shows, according to her website.

While Brown hasn't shared any other news about her series, viewers can expect a return to her recipes starring bold, comforting flavors, like her fried shrimp baskets with Gullah seasoning, per Food Network, and creamy seafood macaroni and cheese with fresh crab, herbs, and four types of cheese (via Food Network). She did give one sneak peek on Instagram of an upcoming Season 5 dish: Lasagna dip, which her crew enjoyed with lots of disbelieving head shaking. If you can't wait a few more weeks for her cooking, just follow her on social media, where she shares step-by-step videos of her red-wine braised short ribs and one-pan chicken dinners.