2019 Egerton Prize Winner Sarah Bowen is an associate professor of sociology at North Carolina State University, who teaches classes and conducts important research about topics related to health, food, inequality, and development. In March, Bowen and colleagues published Pressure Cooker: Why Home Cooking Won’t Solve Our Problems and What We Can Do About It. This film, by Ava Lowrey, shares her story.
20 Years, 20 Founders: Damon Lee Fowler
SFA Founding member and culinary historian Damon Lee Fowler describes the significance of recognizing Southern food as regional cuisine.
20 Years, 20 Founders: Joe Randall
SFA founding member Joe Randall talks the importance of recognizing chefs and pitmasters of color and their contributions to Southern food in this Founders Short.
20 Years, 20 Founders: Kathy Starr
Kathy Starr's mother taught her to cook. Today, Starr says, her mother's legacy lives on through the work of the…
20 Years, 20 Founders: Van Sykes
SFA founding member Van Sykes of Bob Sykes Bar-B-Q talks about the importance of barbecue traditions and what they tell us about the American South.
A Derby Day Potluck
A brief glimpse into the unique horse-racing culture found at the Jot 'Em Down Store in Lexington, Kentucky.