See works by Amy C. Evans, Emily Wallace, and Jonathan Green at the Myrtle Beach Art Museum this summer.
I expected to miss Southern food in my new hometown. I did not expect to spy a funhouse version of it around every corner.
In the new episode of Gravy, though, we take a deep dive into the world of Indian-owned motels, and the food world they’ve maintained behind the scenes.
Today’s episode of Gravy features a seventh generation salt-making family reckoning with both the darkness and the bright spots of its history and finding a way forward for the future of West Virginia salt.
In the year of pop culture, we can’t very well ignore something like Buzzfeed’s recent video “Americans Try Southern Food for the First Time.” We tried. We held our virtual tongue. We failed. After all, Buzzfeed often supplies the most shareable content on the Internet, and we at the Southern Foodways Alliance know that Southern food … Continued