Deep South Dining: Summer Grilling
The summer is always a great time for grilling. If we are being honest anytime is a great time for grilling. On this episode of Deep South Dining Malcolm and Carol welcome two grill masters to the show to share their knowledge of grilling and smoking. From Tru-Q BBQ we have Trudy Fisher and from Wright Way BBQ we welcome Eddie Wright. Low and slow is great for brisket but what about kabobs? And are your putting fruits and vegetables on the grill? How about smokes peach ice cream? Let's eat y'all!
Deep South Dining: Pickle My Fancy
Today on Deep South Dining Malcolm and Carol take a look at the process of pickling and preserving foods with friend of the show April McGregor. Now based in Pennsylvania, this native of Vardaman, Mississippi has been making award winning pickles and preserves since the days on her family farm. After a brief history lesson from Carol on the early days of preserving, April takes us from the fig tree to the jar on the kitchen table. Also we give you all the tips needed to start your canning journey today. Let's eat y'all!
Deep South Dining: Soul Food w/ Adrian Miller
Adrian Miller did not set out to be known as the Soul Food Scholar, but when he say a void in the telling of the story of soul food he rose to the challenge. Now as a James Beard Award winning author and historian he shares the story of soul food and how it is a major part of the African-American experience. On this episode of Deep South Dining, Malcolm and Carol talk with Adrian ahead of Juneteenth about the role food plays in the celebration. They also talk about the way economics impede the progression of soul food restaurants. And answer the question, is there a difference between soul food and southern food? Let's eat y'all!
Deep South Dining: Feeding The People
The yellow squash, red tomatoes, and many of the delicious greens are ready to make your dinner plate radiant. But that is only if you have access to this type of high quality food. On this episode of Deep South Dining, Malcolm and Carol take a look into the struggle of food insecurity with Robert St. John from Extra Table and the producers of a new documentary Fertile Ground. Food insecurity is not just a problem in rural spaces but is also a problem for urban centers of Mississippi. Also during the show Malcolm and Carol talk about the proper way to construct a tomato sandwich, then ask all the right questions about frying okra.
Deep South Dining: Help From our Friends
Like the Beatles song, "With A Little Help From My Friends" or the Whodini hip hop classic, "Friends" today's show could not have happened without some familiar Deep South Dining voices. Malcolm and Carol were off for the Memorial Day holiday and had plenty of food talk to catch up on. Also they discuss the new normal for restaurants as guidelines are being relaxed. Then we hear from a few friends who keep a fresh perspective about eating in Mississippi. Let's eat y'all.
Deep South Dining: Southern Jewish Kitchen
On this episode of Deep South Dining, Malcolm and Carol talk with Dr. Marcie Cohen Ferris.As the former president of the Southern Foodways Alliance and author of the books, "Matzoh Ball Gumbo" and "The Edible South", Marcie has spent most of her life chronicling the Jewish experience in the South through the lens of food.So this show they will talk how Jews reinvented culinary traditions as they adapted the American South and about how we are all adapting to cooking during Coronavirus. Let's eat y'all!
Deep South Dining: Community Cookbooks
Community cookbooks are more than just a collection of recipes. They are viewed as community art projects, time capsules, and often family heirlooms. Today Malcolm and Carol are dusting off some of their favorite community cookbooks and speak with a few friends about theirs. Did you know that the biggest selling community cookbook has sold 1.9 million copies? Also in this episode we hear about what has been happening in kitchens around Mississippi. Let's eat y'all!