After meals like these, we went back to work, refreshed, at the world’s only octopus farm.
Bertha’s Kitchen in Charleston received a 2017 James Beard America’s Classics Award.
When someone from Pinewoods died, it was common to go door to door, or place a bucket at a nearby gas station, to ask for donations to help send the body back to Mexico. What if they rallied the community to help the living?
When I think back on the weeks following that tragedy, I remember the casseroles.
Steve Haruch argues that “a Nashvillian is something you can become.”
Maybe you’re thinking you’ve heard this one before: A young, white gardener works at a predominantly African American private school in a neighborhood choked by poverty, its streets pocked by vacant houses, its residents cut off from the rest of the city by substandard public transportation.
Will Campbell counseled and supported Freedom Riders in the sixties, ministered to imprisoned Klansmen in the seventies, and travelled with Waylon Jennings as a cook in the eighties.
In fifty years, Southern drinking will be very different from drinking in the rest of the United States, predicts David Wondrich.
SFA remembers the founders, collaborators, and award winners who left us in 2016.