Earlier this fall, we rounded up some of the newest, and best, Southern food products available for a tasteoff. The spread included everything from peanut butter to chocolate, pepper jelly and barbecue sauce, and ballots provided asked tasters to vote for their favorites. Now that the votes have been tallied and the products officially "tested," we're ready to share the results.
Oysters rule this time of year in a tiny town of the Florida Panhandle.
If seven denotes perfection, Edwin McCain's annual pairing of music and food nailed it this year.
by Judy Garrison
We've been excited all week to participate in Alabama creamery Belle Chevre's virtual potluck for the release of new cookbook "Tasia's Table."
Recipes for Kale Jambalaya and Wild Mushroom Grillades courtesy of Louisiana Kitchen & Culture magazine.
Get a taste of some of Fannie Flagg's famous fried green tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Festival this Saturday.
Our celebration of the summertime gourd in words, recipes and festivals.
I'd never attended a Pie Day before but had heard about them in passing, as in "my family used to do that" or "they do that over in so and so town." For me, Pie Day had taken on a kind of mystique sort of like Mobile's secret Mardi Gras societies that require a special invitation, so I wasn't going to miss this inaugural one.
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Today, we celebrate the legacy of a man who changed the course of history in the South. Many of you have the day off work, and it can sometimes be difficult to find a way to celebrate Martin Luther King on his day. Thanks to Peace Through Pie, there's an edible solution this year.
New Year's Day in the South means two things: food and football. But it's the former that takes center stage on this day. The South has a rich history filled with food and, to many, it's the tradition behind why we eat certain dishes on New Year's that keeps us eating them year after year.