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Black Smoke, the African American Roots of BBQ

While it's enjoyed throughout the US, barbecue has long been recognized as southern cooking. But the originators of barbecue have not been given their culinary due.

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Collard Greens!

What’s big, green, and loaded with essential nutrients? This episode of Time For Lunch is all about Collard Greens.

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Alexander Smalls: From Opera Singer to Restaurateur

Alexander Smalls is a James Beard Award winning chef, author, and raconteur, and the visionary co-owner of renowned restaurants Minton’s and The Cecil, which was named “Best New Restauran...

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Seeking the South

“There’s no genre of American cuisine as storied as Southern,” according to Rob Newton, Southern born chef/restaurateur, and now cookbook author.

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Woody Back at CHSWFF18

Chef Woody Back is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University - College of Culinary Arts and Executive Chef at Table & Main in Roswell, Georgia.

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Todd Richards at CHSWFF18

Todd Richard's incredible smoked chicken recipe was influenced by his parent's cooking styles. Todd and host Caity Moseman Wadler chat around the Springer Mountain Campfire at Charleston ...

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Julie Shaffer, Slow Food USA Board Member at Slow Food Nations 2017

For a closer look at what it took to plan and execute Slow Food Nations, Kat sits down with Slow Food USA Board Member, Julie Shaffer. Julie is also the liaison to the Network of Governor...

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Up South Cookin'

This week on Eat Your Words, Cathy Erway welcomes Heritage Radio Network alum, Nicole Taylor, to the show.

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Sean Brock

On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we share the tradition of Southern storytelling with Sean Brock, chef of McCrady's, Husk,Minero, in Charleston SC and Nashville TN.