For American Craft Beer Week, Lindsey Reynolds serves up a round-up of summer brews to try down South.
Ida MaMusu has a passion not only for cooking, but also for passing on the food traditions she inherited.
The fifth International Conference on Food Studies will be in Blacksburg, Virginia, September 18–19, 2015. Proposals for presentations are due by Jan. 6, 2015.
In 1958, Park F. Wong purchased a noodle business. He went from rookie to the Southeast’s main supplier of yock noodles.
Stories from our newest oral history project, Tidewater Virginia Yock, documenting yock-a-mein.
Napa Valley may have its wine, but Virginia is having a Cider Moment.
Fun fact: In 1935, the first can of beer was sold in Richmond, Virginia. Though it actually came from New Jersey-based Krueger Brewing, they decided to use the South as their test market. Good call. Canned beers may have gotten a bad rap in the past, but today they’re actually preferred by many microbreweries. They’re … Continued
Meet Steven Grubbs, the sommelier at two Georgia restaurants: Five & Ten in Athens and Empire State South in Atlanta. Steven will serve as the guest sommelier for our fall Symposium in Oxford this weekend, pouring a variety of wines from Virginia.
I got a chance to taste a lot of Virginia wines including a Bordeaux-style blend from Williamsburg Winery, Adagio, that tasted like running down a gravel drive in the heat of summer smells…