Wednesday, October 27

Will Campbell's Symposium Remarks Online

At the 2004 Symposium, the Southern Foodways Alliance and the University of Mississippi honored Will Campbell, a noted civil rights leader, preacher, author, and activist. To see his remarks at the symposium, click on the title link for this posting. To read more about the event, go to http://www.olemiss.edu/cgi-bin/news2000/display.pl?id=4084&mode=full. The video presentation does require a media player for viewing, which should launch automatically when you click the link.

Tuesday, October 19

Get Southern Foodways Gear!

Everybody needs another t-shirt. And why don't you think about replacing your coffee mug in the morning? Support the SFA by buying some gear, and be on the cutting edge of food fashion! SFA has teamed up with Cafe Press to offer SFA merchandise via the web. It's easy -- logon, browse, buy, and have everything mailed to you at home. All proceeds benefit the SFA Oral History Initiative. You can find the site at www.cafepress.com/southernfood Bookmark it, and think about doing a little Christmas shopping...

Thursday, October 14

SFA - eGullet Update

SFA members with an e-mail address on file should have received user names and passwords to eGullet.org a day or two before the Southern Foodways Symposium. Many of you have already registered and made a post or two on the boards. That’s great. The whole reason for the recent association between eGullet and The Southern Foodways Alliance is to enable members to have a forum where they can discuss a broad range of topics relating to Southern Food and related subjects. And to that end we would like to encourage all of you to take a look at the Southern Food Culture Forum (http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?showforum=184). This forum, unlike any other place on the internet, gives all of us the opportunity to discuss (in excrutiating detail in some cases) the issues that surround Southern food and the culture that interest all of us. Sign on, won't you?

SFA Symposium pictures are online!

SFA thanks Larry Smith, our official event photographer, for all the wonderful pictures he took at last weekend's Southern Foodways Symposium. Photos have been uploaded to Snapfish, a website that allows users to share and order photographs online. Simply click the title of this post (there's a link there) to be redirected to the Snapfish website. You'll need to sign up for a free account to view the photos. Once signed on, you may view and order pictures to remember the fun we had!

Rick Ellis, Deviled Egg King

Congratulations to Rick Ellis, who was named the Deviled Egg King at last weekend's Southern Foodways Symposium. Cayenne and butter are the secrets to this delicious recipe, which you may read in our online recipe book. From the SFA home page, scroll over projects and then choose the option for the deviled egg recipe contest. Rick's recipe is included in the chapter entitled "The Basics."

Wednesday, October 6

Deviled Egg Recipes are Online

Curious about deviled eggs? Need a good recipe to impress the in-laws? Hungry and ready to try something new? Entries from the 2004 SFA Deviled Egg recipe contest are now online. It's egg-citing! Check them out, and decide for yourself which eggs are best.

Extra, Extra -- Read All About It!

When you take a stroll to your corner newsstand this morning, check out the article on the Southern Foodways Alliance that's featured on the cover of the New York Times food section, page D1. You can read all about this weekend's symposium, which will explore race through the lens of foodways.