Booker Wright, a black waiter from Greenwood, Mississippi, became an unlikely Civil Rights hero.
Dr. Passidomo’s course, The South in Food, models how educators may use SFA content as a teaching tool in the classroom.
Next week’s podcast episode takes us into the mines of Alabama and inside the lunchbox of a coal miner.
“Food service is intimate work, and very much about engaging community and creating dialogue around food,” says Gravy intern, Dana Bialek.
Gravy host and producer, Tina Antolini, will give a free talk tomorrow at Duke University on the sound of place.
Gravy is seeking a podcast intern! Apply by July 11, 2016.
If you’ve never heard of a fish camp, don’t let the name fool you.
Meet Mary Helen Montgomery, who will share fish (camp) tales on the next Gravy podcast.
In 1865, at the end of the Civil War, an unusual dinner party was held in Charleston that brought white and black residents together. In this episode of Gravy, producer Philip Graitcer brings us the story of that dinner, and how it’s still resonating today.