It wasn’t a recipe for creamed corn; it was her corn, made by her hands.
A Vietnamese American woman writing a coming-of-age novel set in and fed by the American South wasn’t a selling point.
Ten feet from me I noticed a woman who was bending down removing some weeds from the soybean field. She slowly straightened out, and I noticed she was about 7-8 months into her pregnancy.
Southern Living celebrates its 50th anniversary with Women in the Kitchen tasting dinner on January 20 in New York City.
On March 19, at the Nashville Farmer’s Market, Dirty Pages will unveil their new exhibit and celebrate with an opening night dinner that benefits Nashville’s Conexión Américas and its Mesa Komal commercial kitchen.
Whether it’s an LA dive or a Dublin pub, Rosie Schaap poignantly expresses how bars can be a unusual setting for bringing people together.
Annie’s Project will offer a six-part educational program in Hammond, Louisiana, for women who farm. Classes begin in July, and registration is currently open.
This week, we’re featuring oral histories from women farmers in Georgia. For Cecilia Gatungo and Jamila Norman, farming is not a foreign concept. Both come from families with farming backgrounds. By keeping their farm, Patchwork City, in Atlanta’s West End, Cecilia and Jamila are re-connecting their neighbors to the land, healthy food, and to each … Continued
In anticipation of the upcoming New South Family Supper, we’ll be featuring our Women Who Farm: Georgia oral history project all week. For anyone who’s stood in front of a woman farmer and said, you don’t look like a farmer, you probably haven’t been to Georgia. Women are the fastest growing group of farmers in the country, … Continued