In honor of this week’s featured oral history project, Women Who Farm: Georgia, we’re sharing “She Spoke and I Listened” by Sara Wood, our oral historian. This piece appeared in our #50 issue of Gravy. “She Spoke and I Listened,” as told to Sara Wood by Haylene Green. The evening I met Haylene Green, an … Continued
In anticipation of the upcoming New South Family Supper, we’ll be featuring our Women Who Farm: Georgia oral history project all week. For anyone who’s stood in front of a woman farmer and said, you don’t look like a farmer, you probably haven’t been to Georgia. Women are the fastest growing group of farmers in the country, … Continued
The SFA was sad to learn yesterday of the passing of Darryl Evans, a pioneering Atlanta chef who served as a mentor to many others, especially African American chefs.
The Buford Highway Oral History Project explores old Atlanta Highway 13, stretching 30-odd miles from Atlanta to suburban Buford, Georgia.
We admire Greg because he’s a thinking person’s bartender, one who considers the stories behind his ingredients and the way they combine to tell new stories in the glass.
More new stories are live on A Spoken Dish, our collaborative video project with Whole Foods Market and Georgia Organics.
In this video from A Spoken Dish, chef Steven Satterfield recalls visiting his grandmother in the North Carolina mountains as a child and helping her in the kitchen.
In this video from A Spoken Dish, Duane Nutter recalls his first close encounter with a gumbo pot.
“Dad, that old man is stealing plums!”