Editor’s Note: Here’s our semi-regular dose of nibbles from around the Internet: great content that’s inspiring us here at the Eat Y’all office over the past couple of weeks.
by Joshua Bousel at Serious Eats
We thoroughly enjoyed this peak behind the scenes at one of BBQ’s most iconic annual events, the Big Apple Barbecue. Complete with a unique perspective and a passel of story-telling photos by an author that can write and use a camera, you don’t want to miss this story.[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
by Jeanne Carpenter at Cheese Underground
Just back from touring Sweet Grass Dairy and their cheesemaking facility in Thomasville, GA, we’ve learned of new regulations that are challenging the artisanal cheese industry that’s blossoming across the U.S. We’ve seen a resurgence in family-run dairies in recent years here in the Deep South – a trend we’d love to see continue![/ezcol_3quarter_end]
by Alison Spiegel at Huffington Post
We left this article educated about the nature of fruit – and the origin and uses of several specific fruits. We were entertained by the author’s wit – which was just enough. And inspired to enjoy the fruit of summer wholeheartedly.[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
by Nikki Gladd at Seeded at the Table
Ok, we confess: the adorable photo of this blogger’s kiddo sucked us right into the magic of this snoball consuming tale.[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
by Stephanie Burt at The Local Palate
Besides relating to the author’s perspective tremendously, one of the most valuable educational opportunities a child can have is to learn to grow their own food – and grow food to sell. It is self-sufficiency and entrepreneurship all in one neat, tidy box of a life lesson.[/ezcol_3quarter_end]
Check it out and let us know which were your favorites!