Gravy 61 (Fall 2016) Table of Contents: First Helpings—Sara Camp Milam, Managing Editor All-Star Cuisine—Gustavo Arellano When Sicily Came to Charlotte—Cynthia Joyce Malnourished—Tanya M. Peres A Lifetime of Barbecue in Selma—Meredith Bethune Slaw Abiding Citizens—Emily Hilliard Can I Get a Witness?—David Dark A Parable of Produce—Martha Park Beans and Franks for a Motherless Girl—Caroline Leland … Continued
In this issue of Gravy, the SFA explores taters and empathy in Asheville, NC, catfish as a cash crop in the MS Delta, and tries to pin down both “Hoppin’ John” and hushpuppies.
The writers and characters in this issue find solace in fried corn, cheese dip, collard greens, and whole-hog barbecue.
Mahalia Jackson’s glori-fried chicken, peaches and civil rights in Georgia, and more.
Featuring stories from North Carolina.
The best of summer sipping.
A skillet in one hand, a book in the other.
“Pop Goes the South” is the SFA’s tag line for 2015.
What do social media–driven protests have in common with food access efforts in post-Katrina New Orleans, or with racial coding at mid-century fast food chains? Find out in this issue.