Tom Hanchett has described Charlotte, North Carolina, as the Salad Bowl City, a moniker he’ll parse in more depth in his talk at the Summer Symposium.
On Harkers Island, a tight-knit community that holds fast to its traditions, Morales might have once been thought an outsider. Not now.
Head into summer Hurricane-style.
During the 2017 Summer Symposium in Charlotte, Piko will describe the burden that we, as eaters, assume when we engage with new immigrant restaurateurs.
“Well our philosophy is that simple. You just put out the best product that you can for the fairest price that you can, and people will come.”
SFA has enjoyed a long love affair with North Carolina. But we haven’t yet planted our flag in Charlotte.
Submit papers, multimedia projects, or short documentaries for our 2017 Graduate Student Symposium by Wednesday, April 26.
Erin Murray shares her takeaways from our 3rd annual nonfiction writers’ workshop at Rivendell Writers’ Colony in Sewanee, Tennessee.
Della McCullers’ boardinghouse holds sophisticated stories of business acumen, community patronage, and everyday foodways that brim with a sense of place and purpose.