If you took all of current tweets, posts, and blogospheric bits floating through cyberspace that chronicle America's current relationship with food, edited them together, and then published them as a book seventy years in the future, it will do to the present-day what's done for the mid-20th century by Mark Kurlansky's The Food of a [...]
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Respectfully preserving traditions without stultifying a culture is a classic academic conundrum. With that in mind, in this final installment of our series exploring Appalachian cuisine (check out parts one, two and three), Eat Me Daily’s Kathleen Willcox forecasts the future (sunny, with a chance of clouds) of old school Mountain [...]
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When it comes to checking off everything on the list of foods to eat before you die, Mountain Cookery poses a harder problem than most. In this third installment (check out parts one and two), exploring Appalachian cuisine, Eat Me Daily’s Kathleen Willcox looks at the intersecting paths of food festivals and [...]
In this second installment of a four-part series exploring Appalachian cuisine (read part one here), Eat Me Daily’s Kathleen Willcox explores the rapidly evolving culinary scene across Appalachia. With recipes! Today, we're looking for places to get some real, authentic Appalachian grub.
What does a girl need to do to get some fried squirrel and boiled [...]
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What qualifies as truly American cuisine? In this first installment of a four-part series, Eat Me Daily’s Kathleen Willcox explores the question through the prism of Appalachia and its intrinsically delightful, regional cooking style. With recipes!
From the American Revolution onward, food wonks have been doing battle over the definition (and very existence) [...]