If you’ve never heard of a fish camp, don’t let the name fool you.
Meet Mary Helen Montgomery, who will share fish (camp) tales on the next Gravy podcast.
In 1865, at the end of the Civil War, an unusual dinner party was held in Charleston that brought white and black residents together. In this episode of Gravy, producer Philip Graitcer brings us the story of that dinner, and how it’s still resonating today.
Nashville, Tennessee, is home to the largest group of Kurdish immigrants in the United States. Next week, SFA’s Gravy podcast will introduce you to Nashville’s Little Kurdistan.
A long list of guest producers shared their talent to tell complex stories of the American South through the foods we eat.
SFA’s Gravy podcast wins its second consecutive James Beard Award.
Today SFA shares bourbon trivia to get you in the spirit for next week’s Gravy podcast. (Yes, pun intended.)
“Watch it quiver. See it shiver.” J-E-L-L-O. You’ll sing that commercial jingle all day long, and likely smile.
If you’re traveling to Charleston soon, SFA suggests checking out the next Gravy podcast. And perhaps you can make time for some reading or a film?