We as a culture are more dialed into the subtle implications of food and dining, who fits in where, than ever before.
Read these food-related pieces that caught our attention this week.
If Shirzad Tayyar has any say in it, next time you roll into Nashville, you’ll be looking forward to some flatbread.
The Wilmington Barbecue of 1766 has been almost entirely forgotten—even in Wilmington.
SFA is proudly and deeply rooted in Oxford, Mississippi. Come October 13, 2016, SFA will fly the rainbow flag and welcome all to our city and our university.
In 2016, SFA examines the corn-fed South: corn as symbol, corn as sustenance, and corn as syrupy problem. When considering this last angle, Marion Nestle’s Soda Politics: Taking On Big Soda (And Winning) is essential background reading.
Those mouth-watering ribs, that appear plate after plate, episode after episode, are about much more than Frank getting his hands dirty and a satisfied look on his face.
Clay Risen, author of The Bill of the Century: The Epic Battle for the Civil Rights Act, spoke about the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 at the 17th Southern Foodways Symposium. Film by Hed Hi Media.