Cornbread Nation 7, edited by Francis Lam, brings together the best Southern food writing from recent years. It explores from where and from whom food comes, and it looks at what food means to culture and how it relates to home.
Edited by Brett Anderson, this sixth edition of Cornbread Nation depicts the contemporary American South through the prism of its food and the people who grow, make, serve, and eat it.
Cornbread Nation 5 celebrates the ways in which food forges relationships between peoples and places.
Cornbread Nation 4, edited by John Shelton Reed and Dale Volberg Reed, explores the foodways of the Gulf South before and after Hurricane Katrina.
Cornbread Nation 3, edited by Ronni Lundy, explores the foodways of the Mountain South.
Edited by Lolis Eric Elie, Cornbread Nation 2: The United States of Barbecue looks at barbecue history and culture from a myriad of viewpoints, including race, class, and region.
Cornbread Nation 1, edited by John Egerton, was the first anthology to gather the best of recent Southern food writing.