Vietnam war veteran, Roosevelt Brownlee spent several years working the jazz festival circuit around Europe as a cook to touring musicians. He returned to his hometown of Savannah, Georgia and continues to sell food at festivals.
Mashama Bailey moves back to her birthplace of Savannah, Georgia and opens The Grey, a restaurant offering port-city Southern fare in an old Greyhound bus station originally built in 1938.
Dora Charles of Savannah, Georgia cooked in the kitchen of Lady & Sons for over twenty-two years, where she shared recipes handed down to her by her father and grandmother.
A short film about Brooks’ Sandwich House in Charlotte, North Carolina where you’re served up livermush sandwiches, hamburgers, and hot dogs.
A short film about the butchers at Cliff’s Meat Market in Carrboro, North Carolina.
Jared Mayhew of Bluffton, South Carolina is a military veteran who farms oysters on the May River.
A short film about the Guenther family of Monterey, Tennessee, and their Muddy Pond sorghum syrup.
A recap video of Thursday and Friday of the Southern Foodways Alliance annual fall Symposium in Oxford, Mississippi, October 2014. Filmed by Hed Hi Media.
A profile of 2014 Ruth Fertel Keeper of the Flame Award winner Goren Avery of Highlands Bar & Grill in Birmingham, Alabama.