On Saturday at Birmingham’s Pepper Place Market, SFA’s John T. Edge will sign copies of Cornbread Nation 7: The Best of Southern Food Writing, and SFA board member and chef Drew Robinson will stage a gumbo cooking demo.
In Mexico City, where Esteban Rojo spent the early part of his life, “la fonda” is the term for a certain kind of restaurant. A small place, he explains, pausing to consider how to translate comida auténtica into English: “home food.”
At Jones Valley Teaching Farm in downtown Birmingham, chickens scratch and strut in their coop as rush hour traffic rumbles down U.S. 31 nearby.
Sunday, April 27 2:00—6:00 p.m. Birmingham A benefit for Alabama Possible Looking to quench your thirst this Sunday? Local Birmingham breweries invite you to join them for a beer trail tour that benefits Alabama Possible, a nonprofit statewide organization. Alabama Possible works to reduce systemic poverty by strengthening awareness about poverty and its causes while … Continued
Two Montgomery, Alabama women used their food to nourish and strengthen their community during the struggle for civil rights and since.
Milton Glaser, the 84-year-old, world-renowned graphic artist, recently appeared in The New York Times to critique craft beer labels. The man who created the iconic I ♥ NY logo, as well as Brooklyn Brewery’s branding, doesn’t mince words when it comes to design. Which got me thinking, what Southern breweries out there are creating distinctive … Continued
If you follow us on instagram, you’ll know we took a field trip to Newbern, Alabama, this weekend to celebrate 20 years of Rural Studio. The festivities brought together students, teachers, supporters, community members, and like-minded individuals to commemorate the lasting relationship between Rural Studio and the local area. The meal, prepared by Scott Peacock, … Continued
We’re pleased to share our newest film, Archibald’s, made by Wes Wages of Armosa Studios. Head to Northport, Alabama, where you’ll meet George Archibald Jr., his sister Paulette Washington, and her son Woodrow Washington.
Joe York’s latest short film takes you to the Bright Star restaurant, a landmark in Bessemer, Alabama, for more than 100 years. Take three minutes to watch The Bright Star and you’ll come away with an appreciation for the place and a craving for snapper throats (yes, throats).