All of the presentations are now available on Vimeo at:
Podcasts from presentations are available on iTunesU. Click http://t.co/q4SY72SP to be taken to the SFA iTunes U page.
|SFA Executive Director John T. Edge|
Emily Wallace detailed the history of pimento starting in Georgia and ending up in California. Eleanor Finnegan discussed Muslim farms. Ragan Sutterfield discussed the morality of the farm, as seen in chicken raising. Kevin Young offered poetic salute to the Groaning Table. Lunch that day was a “southern bento box” prepared by Korean chef Edward Lee of 610 Magnolia in Louisville.
|Chef Lata's Lowcountry Clam and Oyster Stew|
|CIC Culinary Programs Specialist |
See the SFA Blog for videos (http://southernfoodways.blogspot.com/2011/11/watch-pimento-cheese-please-online_10.html) and more information from the symposium. And you'll also find online a photo gallery (http://jenniferdavick.photoshelter.com/gallery-collection/2011-Southern-Foodways-Alliance-Symposium-Oxford-MS/P0000dGf2c.FXTNA , the event brochure (http://southernfoodways.org/events/symposium/documents/BrochureSFS2011.pdf) , a bibliography (http://southernfoodways.org/events/symposium/documents/BibliographySFS11_001.pdf), and the schedule of events (http://southernfoodways.org/events/symposium/documents/ScheduleSFS11.pdf).
Photos of Mr. Edge and Ms. Sullivan supplied by Jennifer Davick Photography.