Tag: Foodways

Food Sovereignty

Food Sovereignty

Shorlette Ammons
Taking Stock: Part II

Taking Stock: Part II

Southern Cultures
Taking Stock: Part I

Taking Stock: Part I

Southern Cultures
Feijoada and Hoppin’ John

Feijoada and Hoppin’ John

Olivia Ware Terenzio, with illustrations by Kristen Solecki
Woke Up, Pilgrim

Woke Up, Pilgrim

Kelly Alexander
The Rarest of Senses

The Rarest of Senses

Monique Truong
Tasting New Orleans

Tasting New Orleans

Anthony J. Stanonis and Rachel Wallace, with illustrations by Kristen Solecki
The Orchard of Last Resort

The Orchard of Last Resort

Lee Calhoun, introduced by Diane Flynt

“You can write a history of the South through these apples . . . not just the facts but the people and the lives they led.”

Seasoned Punks

Seasoned Punks

André Gallant, with illustrations by Nate Beaty
Mildred Council

Mildred Council

The Southern Oral History Program, introduced by Marcie Cohen Ferris & William R. Ferris

Mildred "Mama Dip" Council passed away on May 20, 2018, at the age of 89. This is a condensed and edited excerpt from her oral history with the Southern Oral History Program, conducted by Donna Clark in 1994. Listen to the full interview at sohp.org.

Studio Visit: Vivian Howard

Studio Visit: Vivian Howard

North Carolina Arts Council
An Evangelist for Bonefish

An Evangelist for Bonefish

Interview by Southern Cultures, with a film by Jesse Paddock and photos by Baxter Miller

My name is Ricky Moore, I’m the chef, owner, and chief rocker of Saltbox Seafood Joint located in Durham, North Carolina—Bull City, U.S.A. My family came from Riverdale and they all moved to New Bern—a little small town, very historic, it used to be the capital of North Carolina way back when. New Bern is situated on two rivers—the Neuse and the Trent.