The cake is so tied to New Orleans that it’s hard to taste the cultural amalgam from which it sprang.
A Vietnamese American woman writing a coming-of-age novel set in and fed by the American South wasn’t a selling point.
The matrix vegetable may be European in origin, and the African hand is still tasted in the seasoning of the pot.
Ricky Parker, like his barbecue, contained multitudes.
Moravian chicken pie isn’t just comfort food. It’s currency.
SFA’s Gravy podcast wins its second consecutive James Beard Award.
Thirty years ago, my hometown of Smithfield, North Carolina, launched what the Washington Post later called “A War In the Hamlets.” On the line were rights to the title “Ham Capital of the World.”
Nathalie Dupree Graduate Fellow Kate Wiggins compiled resources from SFA’s recent work that deal specifically with sexuality through the lens of food. Look, read, and listen to these stories that are often drowned out by politicized rhetoric and monolithic stereotypes about the South.
Food is the product of love and labor, usually in equal parts. When left behind, it reminds us that our loved ones were once very much alive.