“Pop Goes the South” is the SFA’s tag line for 2015.
What do social media–driven protests have in common with food access efforts in post-Katrina New Orleans, or with racial coding at mid-century fast food chains? Find out in this issue.
Gravy #52 explores themes of space, place, and architecture as they relate to foodways in the contemporary South.
This issue of Gravy focuses on tastes and tales of Appalachia.
Beginning with this, our 50th issue of Gravy, we’re doubling in size.
Gravy #49 tells the stories of women at work.
Guest-edited by Jack Pendarvis, this issue explores the nefarious side of Southern foodways.
An issue celebrating all things sweet, from the old-school (lemon chess pie) to the “nueva sur” (Mexican-style paletas).
Five stories of young men and women forging careers in Southern food and drink.