Southern Foodways appears weekly as part of our collaboration with the Southern Foodways Alliance, an organization based in Oxford, Mississippi, that "documents and celebrates the diverse food cultures of the American South." Dig in!
In Houston, we headed to St. Arnold’s Brewing Company, where we screened films by SFA filmmaker Joe York. Enjoyed creative munchies prepared by local chefs, including Shade’s Claire Smith. We shook our hips to some Texas tunes. Quenched our thirst with some of the creations from Texas’s oldest craft brewery. And, yep, it was hot.
Now we’re bringing Potlikker to Birmingham. Join us on February 23rd from 5-8 at the WorkPlay Soundstage for:
EATS showcasing the diversity of Southern cookery, as practiced in Birmingham and beyond: Oxtail-Goosed Potlikker Shots by McKinley’s Soul Food; Scorch-Your-Tongue Catfish by Hot and Hot Fish Club; Flattop-Fried Pimento Cheese Sandwiches by Bottle Tree Café, Greek Chili Dog Buffet, curated by Salt Fine Catering; Deep South Artisanal Cheese Tray, curated by Whole Foods; and, for dessert, Mable’s Coconut Cream Pie, from Jim ‘N Nick’s.
FILMS from Alabama native, and SFA filmmaker, Joe York, in concert with Matthew Graves.
- Chicken Stew, a portrait of community feeds in and around Florence, AL
- Something Better than Barbecue, about Chuck’s in Opelika, AL
- The Rise of Southern Cheese, featuring, among other makers, Belle Chevre in Elkmont, AL
BARBECUE(D) POETRY about Southern cookery and culture from Joe’s brother, Jake Adam York.
MUSIC by the Pine Hill Haints of Huntsville, practitioners of “Alabama Ghost Country Music.”
BEER Pet the Keg of Reverend Mudbone from our friends at Jim ‘n Nick’s BBQ.
ADMISSION, by advance reservation, is a measly $40.
TO REGISTER, visit southernfoodways.com, download the registration form and then fax it to (662) 915-5814. Events sell out quickly, and early registration is encouraged. Tickets will be mailed to registrants in advance of the event; they will not be available at the door.