Gravy host and producer, Tina Antolini, will give a free talk tomorrow at Duke University on the sound of place.
Steve Haruch asserts that Nashville has always been a city of transplants.
July 31 and August 1, Ashley Christensen hosts chef Chris Shepherd for a set of two dinners that benefit the Southern Foodways Alliance.
Peter Cooper introduces Music City at our 2016 Nashville Summer Symposium.
People often ask me if the Southern Foodways Alliance, like the University of Mississippi and the town of Oxford, slows down for the summer. The truth is, we pack our summers just as full as the rest of the year.
Thank you to our speakers, chefs, helping hands, and guests for bringing your smarts, talent, and spirit to our 2016 Nashville Summer Foodways Symposium.
Hear SFA editor Sara Camp Milam and mixologist Jerry Slater talk iconic Southern cocktails at BevCon Charleston, Monday, August 22.
SFA takes pride in the caliber of our speaker lineup and our chef’s meals, both major components of SFA’s mission to “deliver pleasures that are substantive and contextual.” We aim for guests to leave full of fine food and an ever-deeper understanding of our complicated region.
This piece originally appeared in Gravy, Spring 2016.