“One of the greatest pleasures of my life has been that I have never stopped learning about Good Cooking and Good Food.” ― Edna Lewis
For the past 20 years the Southern Foodways Alliance, or SFA, has “explor[ed] the diverse food cultures of the changing American South.” Their Fall Symposium, held this weekend in Oxford, Mississippi, is in its 21st year. A few members of the Alabama Chanin team are excitedly attending and in honor of their trip, this week we take a deeper look at the SFA and their mission of preservation and expansion of the culinary heritage of the South.
What is the Southern Foodways Alliance?
2018 Southern Foodways Fall Symposium
Alabama Chanin’s Friends of the Café Dinner Series, benefiting the Southern Foodways Alliance
Southern Foodways Alliance Studies in Culture, People, and Place with the University of Georgia Press
The Potlikker Papers by John T. Edge
Community Cookbooks on the Journal
Become an SFA member or make a donation
“What Americans can learn from other food cultures”
In Alabama: “Pork Ribs and Politics: The Origins of Alabama Barbecue”
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