Gravy showcases a South that is constantly evolving, receiving immigrants, adopting new traditions, and lovingly maintaining old ones.
On the next episode of Gravy, freelance writer and audio producer Jen Nathan Orris takes us to North Carolina, where the ubiquitous tobacco fields of the past—and the food traditions they engendered—are undergoing a transformation.
There’s an idiom in Mexico : sin maíz no hay país. “Without corn, there is no country.”
Booker Wright, a black waiter from Greenwood, Mississippi, became an unlikely Civil Rights hero.
Dr. Passidomo’s course, The South in Food, models how educators may use SFA content as a teaching tool in the classroom.
Next week’s podcast episode takes us into the mines of Alabama and inside the lunchbox of a coal miner.
“Food service is intimate work, and very much about engaging community and creating dialogue around food,” says Gravy intern, Dana Bialek.
Gravy host and producer, Tina Antolini, will give a free talk tomorrow at Duke University on the sound of place.
Gravy is seeking a podcast intern! Apply by July 11, 2016.