Before your summer travels are fully booked, you should pencil in East Nashville’s Tomato Art Fest: August 7–8.
Listen to a conversation between New Orleans’s beloved ‘Yakamein Lady’ and writer/photographer L. Kasimu Harris from our 2015 summer symposium.
The restaurant that served my personal comfort food—schnitzel, spätzle, and blaukraut—closed 20 years before I moved to New Orleans.
“They are the reason that I can leave my kitchen with confidence,” says Bill Smith of Crook’s Corner in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
You might think we have a little obsession with oysters here at SFA World Headquarters. You might be correct.
It’s time for the Southern Six-Pack, a highly curated, somewhat curious, collection of news stories from across the region (and beyond).
Lane Zirlott calls it an oyster revolution—one that focuses on presentation as much as taste, and enables hard-working families to make a consistent living on the Alabama waters.
Grab your canning kettle and savor this most delicious revolution.
Get ready for next week’s Gravy podcast with a helping of Bill Smith’s cold fried chicken.