Saturday, November 14
MEET AN ORAL HISTORY SUBJECT: DOE SIGNA, JR.
DOE SIGNA JR - DOE'S EAT PLACE from Southern Foodways on Vimeo.
After the last acre of cotton has been harvested and cool weather hits the Mississippi Delta, demand for hot tamales reaches a fever pitch. Many Deltans are of the opinion that this Delta delicacy is a food best enjoyed during the winter months, and many more make sure to have a few dozen tamales at the family table when holiday season rolls around. The Signa family, owners of Doe's Eat Place in Greenville, has been meeting this seasonal demand annually for more than six decades. Doe Signa, Jr. and his brother, Charles, continue the tradition their father started all those years ago. Here, Doe shares a couple of secrets about the family's recipe.
Visit Doe's oral history on the Tamale Trail, and learn more about Doe's Eat Place by visiting our documentary project that celebrates this iconic Delta restaurant.
Posted by Amy Cameron Evans at 3:05 PM