Life in Apalachicola, Florida, has changed dramatically since SFA documented the area in 2006. Read the recent Tampa Bay Times article by Laura Reiley, and revisit the stories SFA shared as part of the Florida’s Forgotten Coast oral history project.
“We don’t have somebody standing there, pampering you, opening them for you. We give you a knife and a rag and some cocktail sauce and a souffle cup, and we let you go at it.”
On February 24, the Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society in partnership with the Eastern Shore of Virginia Foodways Group brings you the return of The South You Never Ate: Second Helpings.
Turmoil and uncertainty often mark the lives of oyster tongers and others who make their lives on the water. Still, we celebrate with the Gulf Coast today.
Joe York’s Gospel of the Alabama Oyster will screen at the 18th annual Sidewalk Film Festival in Birmingham, Alabama.
Like the bivalve they served, oyster saloons in Victorian coastal Texas were at once dreadful and exciting.
This Veteran’s Day, we invite you to hear the stories of three veterans, Mike Lewis, his brother Fred Lewis, and Jared Mayhew.
You might think we have a little obsession with oysters here at SFA World Headquarters. You might be correct.
Lane Zirlott calls it an oyster revolution—one that focuses on presentation as much as taste, and enables hard-working families to make a consistent living on the Alabama waters.