JoAnn Clevenger: A Girl Scout with Gumption
JoAnn Clevenger took the Symposium stage at SFA that October in 2005, just two months after the levee failures, talking with Johnny Apple of the New York Times, John Besh of Restaurant August, and Lolis Elie, an SFA founder and New Orleans native, about the “New Orleans Culinary Renaissance.” She reminded us then and she continues to remind us now that the root word for restaurant translates from French to English as restore.
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.