Freedom, dignity, and your mama’s cornbread recipe.
A farmworker boycott, the vermicompost revolution, and stolen collards.
Hunters, gatherers, co-op successes, and pesticide failures. Plus more on what’s in Queen Bey’s bag.
New bird flu fears, accolades for NC eats, and winter weather food safety tips. Also, snow cream.
Campbell’s calls for GMO labeling, the EPA investigates insecticides, and new food rules leave lean meat on the menu.
Twitty’s speech details how the food ways of enslaved people shaped the cuisine of the South, and how that history is often overlooked.
A warm winter threatens N.C. crops, new flounder limits take effect, and young farmers look to the future. Plus, tips for brewing premium pruno.
Southern Cultures will celebrate the release of two new issues of the journal on Thursday, December 4 at the Center for the Study of the American South on UNC’s campus in Chapel Hill. Along with the Winter 2014 issue, they will unveil their first Best of Food issue with a party catered by April McGregor […]