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Love for Southern

Southern food is worshipped and wolfed down By Sarah Fritschner The Courier-Journal Fri, Oct 15, 2004 Stuffed. Like so many deviled eggs, the participants of the Southern Foodways Alliance symposium last week in Oxford, Miss., partook of lectures and song, but mostly partook of Southern cuisine. More than 250 Southern food enthusiasts met and ate [...]

Love for Southern2017-03-25T00:29:14+00:00

The Gracious South

In the South food equals gracious hospitality By RONDA RICH It happened again. Dixie Dew, my dachshund who is a strong candidate for Weight Watchers, returned from a four-day stay at her grandmother’s with a belly so round and hard that it felt like she had swallowed a large rock. Despite my commands and pleas, [...]

The Gracious South2017-03-25T00:29:16+00:00

Southern Restaurant/Food

Nothing beats the South when it comes to fine food and great restaurants. G's Country Kitchen: Fine Home Cooking Collard greens, black-eyed peas and fried green tomatoes reach deep into the soul of Southern cooking. Put them alongside fried chicken or battered catfish, and the meal is complete. The Faulkner Of Food Drawing on his [...]

Southern Restaurant/Food2017-03-25T00:29:07+00:00

A Song For You

Posted on Sun, Oct. 10, 2004 "She has a great smile, and you can tell she's singing from the heart " BY ALLISON KENNEDY Staff Writer Chef is known for culinary skills, beautiful gospel voice and special relationship with her customers It all started with a song. Last summer, Columbus resident Mary Dana Knight went [...]

A Song For You2017-03-25T00:29:14+00:00

Authentic Southern

Preaching the gospel of authentic Southern Cuisine Published Wed, Sep 15, 2004 ADVERTISEMENT ERVENA FAULKNER He's "the man behind the kitchen door" when the atmosphere is comfortable in a Georgia homestyle kitchen. It is here where the secrets of authentic Lowcountry cooking! "The man behind the door" can teach in just three hours how to [...]

Authentic Southern2017-03-25T00:29:16+00:00

G’s Country Kitchen

  Collard greens, black-eyed peas and fried green tomatoes reach deep into the soul of Southern cooking. Put them alongside fried chicken or battered catfish, and the meal is complete. G's Country Kitchen brings Deep South dining to high-tech Huntsville five days a week. Don't tell the Yankees about it, though, or it might be [...]

G’s Country Kitchen2017-03-25T00:29:08+00:00

Food Loyalty

Southerners loyal to their fried cooking By ASSOCIATED PRESS Oct. 5, 2004 5:11 p.m. CONWAY, Ark. - The most popular dish at Mama Dip's Kitchen in Chapel Hill is the Southern fried chicken. At Dixie Restaurants in Arkansas, Tennessee and Oklahoma, the most popular main course rotates between chicken-fried steak and hand-battered chicken tenders. So, [...]

Food Loyalty2017-03-25T00:29:14+00:00

Table Place

There's a place at the table for all Nashvillians as Swett's turns 50 Sunday, 09/12/04 | Middle Tennessee News & Information I often tell people it's the most integrated place in Nashville at lunch time. It wasn't that way when it opened in 1954. And the reason wasn't that it was intentionally closed to certain [...]

Table Place2017-03-25T00:29:16+00:00

The Faulkner of food

  Scholar John T. Edge celebrates the glories of Dixie cuisine BY AUDRA D.S. BURCH John T. Edge walked into the man's library and was absorbing all the beautiful books on Southern cooking and thinking that life is good when your culture has made it into print, all fancy like. He turned to the books [...]

The Faulkner of food2017-03-25T00:29:13+00:00

New Peanut Food

New peanut products - Peanut tarts, chips and crackers to hit grocery store shelves soon. Peanut lovers, ready your taste buds. Three new snack foods developed by University of Georgia scientists have moved a step closer to your supermarket's snack food shelves. The three new products, peanut-butter tarts, peanut chips and peanut crackers, should hit [...]

New Peanut Food2015-04-04T20:36:20+00:00