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Lunchbox Eats

My grandparents are lifetime suburbanites of Memphis… At least they have been for the last 40 years, so their perspective of downtown Memphis more closely aligns to the rest of Tennessee. 140 more words

Porcellino's

Another delectable addition to the growing dynasty of Michael Hudman and Andy Ticer.  Following the smashing success of Andrew Michael and Hog & Hominy, these two masterminds opened up their third restaurant. 103 more words

Cornbread, Culture, and Carrying On

Tonight I found this fantastic little article, about why white Southerners prefer white cornbread, and why black Southerners prefer yellow sweetened cornbread. I guess I never knew that there was a racial preference in cornbread. 813 more words

Where's our New Southern Food Manifesto?: on being "local, "Southern," a famous chef, and poor people in the Triangle

by Angela Perez

In writing about, interviewing and getting to know local restaurant owners, chefs, food producers, farmers and other food industry folks in and around the Triangle, some issues and ideas have started to weigh on my mind.  1,371 more words

Sascee's Southern Style Food

Sascee’s – Waco

Waco is a great little city in central Texas, right smack between Dallas and Austin with an identity on its own. One fine weekend I found myself staring at some silos near downtown there, and my stomach got rumblin’. 492 more words

Food

7-card stud, fried catfish, and girls who are ripe for it

by Angela Perez

Dear reader, I’m going to share with you a conversation I overheard yesterday whilst dining in one of my favorite country-cooking cafés. As I feasted upon cucumber & onions in apple cider vinegar, hushpuppies, slaw and fried flounder, a rough-looking, ruggedly handsome, middle-aged fella, about 50, and his buddy, a wiry, white-haired, elderly man in a John Deere cap, sat in the booth behind me. 982 more words

Literary Salon

Paschal’s Historic Restaurant Then and Now

By:  Oluwatosin Adedayo

ATLANTA – “When you have a place that buries your name, you think about it 24 hours a day seven days a week,” said Curtis Paschal. 1,044 more words