Check out highlights from our 2015 Summer Symposium in New Orleans.
I love sausage so much. I’m a blue collar girl from the south side of Chicago. We are sausage snobs. There’s a music store right there—Paul Webb, Webb’s Bywater Music. And Paul grew up in Ohio for the first ten years of his life. Paul asked me this fall, ‘Do you know how to cook … Continued
Wishing everyone a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend!
It’s never a bad time for some Willie Mae’s fried chicken.
A photo like this one, for many Southerners, needs no explanation.
For the next few Fridays, we’ll be sharing some essays that explore the unexpected ways the worlds of food, drink, and popular music have overlapped in the past century in the South. Today’s piece looks at the history of the radio jingle.
I took a deep breath, closed my eyes, and could almost smell smoke. I let out an involuntary “Mmmmmm…”
Wade Wilson’s #popsouth2015 pic serves as inspiration to pull out the grill.
Fancy and bold popsicle flavors? Now that’s pop.