John Shelton Reed will deliver the keynote at Louisiana Folklore Society’s Annual Meeting on Friday, March 10 at 7 p.m.
Meat-and-three, to me, it’s what brings people together. It’s who we are without forgetting our Greek roots.
We as a culture are more dialed into the subtle implications of food and dining, who fits in where, than ever before.
SFA’s 2017 oral history workshop will be held in Atlanta, Georgia from July 16-22, 2017. Deadline to apply is Friday, March 24, 2017.
“They call me the ambassador of Highlands… That means you take care of business, you do what you need to do to make people happy.”
What happens when Korean barbecue goes from suburban strip malls to restaurant rows in cities like Atlanta, New Orleans, and Memphis?
Students at The Ideal Bartender School in Louisville, Kentucky, receive specific instruction from famed distillers, industry professionals and craft brewers.
Tacos can be read. They carry social meanings—they are part of foodways networks of people who conduct their rich lives in languages.
Our latest documentary profiles Susan Spicer, the New Orleans chef and restaurateur that the New York Times once dubbed “The Quiet Star Of New Orleans.”