Post by Susan Puckett.
Several months ago, I got an email from a woman with an intriguing request unlike any I’d ever before received. Maureen Lok wrote that she is the Board Chair at The Center for Children & [...]
Throughout my food-writing career, I have taken particular delight in giving shout-outs to the often unsung culinary heroes who add nuance and dimension to the Southern story — [...]
Last Wednesday I began a two-week book tour through Mississippi with my trusty publicist — aka my mother — as my traveling companion. While I still have to push myself out of my [...]
Next week, I’ll be heading back to Mississippi and Memphis alongside my trusty driving and dining companion (aka Mama) to take part in several fun events to talk about Eat Drink Delta [...]
In my 20-plus years of living in Atlanta, I have lamented the passing of several of its finest Southern meat-and-three institutions: Deacon Burton’s, Son’s Place, Carver’s [...]
Last week I taught my last class at Ole Miss before heading back to Georgia. We mostly spent the hour reminiscing about our field trip to Clarksdale to collect stories for our Delta Project [...]
Take it from the town signage: in Greenville, MS, southern culture speaks for itself, and then some. Its citizens are a very creative group, and this includes cooks and culinary writers, [...]
I was recently honored to be quoted in Travel & Leisure, describing – in an article about beautiful town squares – my love for my current hometown: Decatur, GA. This [...]
As many of you know, this spring I have returned to my alma mater, Ole Miss, to co-teach the depth reporting class with Bill Rose in the Meek School of Journalism and New Media. This [...]
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