Inside a new cookbook that celebrates the sugar-laden back roads and bakery-lined main streets of the Bluegrass State.
by Carrie Allen Tipton Ever since the advent of text messaging several years ago, my mother faithfully sends a peculiar annual dispatch, a yearly version of the phrase “I’m headed to Glory tonight,” hurtling through the ether from her phone in northwest Mississippi
Earlier this week, Lafayette, Louisiana, photographer Denny Culbert and food historian Rien Fertel, grandson of Ruth's Chris founder Ruth Fertel, set out to document the barbecue culture of North Carolina.
Last fall, Kickstarter featured a project with the goal of raising money for a movie about pimento cheese. Seventy-four backers, including Deep South, and $2,625 later, "Pimento Cheese, Please: A Film About the South's Beloved Spread" met its goal and was deemed "funding successful." Since then, Richmond, Virginia, filmmakers Nicole Lang and Christophile Konstas have been traveling the South in search of great pimento cheese spread and getting their film ready for an October release. Former intern Sarah Matalone interviewed Nicole about her idea for the film and obvious love of the South's favorite cheese dish.