In the new episode of Gravy, we explore how these cousins—Acadians and Cajuns—became separated, and how they’re reconnecting through food.
The half-dozen jars look like something out of Willy Wonka’s laboratory, had Willy Wonka gone country.
If you’re an SFA member, you noticed that Gravy magazine got a face lift for the fall issue. For that spiffy new design, we thank Richie Swann.
Peek inside the world of Alba Huerta, newly elected member of SFA’s Board of Directors.
Gabe Bullard will be exploring the phenomenon of the Mason Jar, its history and present hipness. And… he’d like a little help from you.
“When we feel overwhelmed in the kitchen, we look over at Gilly, and there he is, quietly, steadily keeping us out of the weeds.”
Sandra Beasley, author of three poetry collections and a memoir, contributed two poems to Gravy #55: What to Read & Cook in 2015.
We were so grateful for the committee’s kind words that we wanted to share them with you.