The Southern Foodways Alliance documents, studies, and explores the diverse food cultures of the changing American South.
Gravy talks to the new owners of Walnut Family Bakery, and learns how they plan to make their space into a gathering spot for the community.
In “Making That Dough,” Gravy explores the business of cottage bakeries—and how small-scale bakers make amazing loaves out of home kitchens and converted garages.
There's a small but mighty revolution among bakers in the South and beyond to take flour seriously, creating new markets and new flavors.
Gravy takes listeners to a small house in Marshall, NC, where two large, wood-fired ovens anchor the space and attract a very specific kind of baker.
Gravy listeners travel into the mountains of western North Carolina, to a town called Marshall and a property that’s been used as a bakery for more than two decades.
SFA will host the annual Southern Foodways Symposium Oct. 21–22, 2022.
Documenting the experiences of food workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic.