Gravy takes a road trip to the Shoals in northwest Alabama and visits two favorite hangouts in the small city of Florence.
Lane Zirlott calls it an oyster revolution—one that focuses on presentation as much as taste, and enables hard-working families to make a consistent living on the Alabama waters.
SFA Summer School is in session! Join us as we dig deep into the history and rich culture of Alabama foodways.
Candi and Joaquín Cesena continue to inspire the staff at Acre, even as they’ve opened their own restaurant, El Gallo, in Auburn Alabama.
All of those good and challenging moments in his life have molded a God-fearing man with a heart that is good as gold.
“Something Better than Barbecue” documents the life and religious beliefs of Chuck Ferrell, owner of Chuck’s Bar-B-Q in Opelika, Alabama.
BBGBBQ from Southern Foodways on Vimeo. The Alabama Tourism Department has declared 2015 the Year of Alabama Barbecue. In the introduction to our Alabama BBQ Trail, the late Jake Adam York wrote, “I can hardly imagine a better state for a lover of all things barbecue. If you’re willing to wander, willing to try, willing to look, … Continued
A multimedia website presentation of the history of Alabama barbecue, timed to coincide with the 2015 Year of Alabama Barbecue.