How Emily Wallace and I found ourselves on a 286-mile loop that we affectionately dubbed The Emily Elizabeth West Virginia Hot Dog Road Trip.
Join chef Ashley Christensen, and Atlanta-based guest chefs Steven Satterfield and Ryan Smith for a family style dinner from Christensen’s new cookbook.
Dumplin’s and Dancin’ is a community-wide gathering where farmers, musicians, chefs, square dance callers, seed savers, dancers, and food activists come together to learn, network, eat, and have fun.
From Teacakes to Tamales features more than 100 culturally diverse recipes, handed down from grandparent to grandchild, along with black-and-white photographs and nostalgic stories centering on these family dishes.
A lovely, fancy, and delightful showboat of a cake, worthy of a special occasion.
The array of voices here have challenged and refreshed us, both for the wit and style they employ and for the weight of the topics they explore.
Poet TJ Jarrett delivered her poem “Thanksgiving” at our 2016 Summer Foodways Symposium in Nashville, Tennessee.
This short documentary follows the Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb, Louisiana as they preserve their native identities despite challenges posed by removal from ancestral lands.
Made with the beloved and accessible apple, it’s a fruit-cake that almost everyone will love.