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Current Issue | Marching Forward

The future is bright when the South’s best farmers, culinary makers and chefs connect. This month, we’ll visit a beloved Florence, Alabama restaurant where a Southern chef and a South American chef find common ground in the kitchen. Looking forward to warmer weather, we’ll explore recipes featuring a quintessential Caribbean spirit and the South’s favorite fish. Plus, you can help grow Southern food businesses (and win some swag for yourself) when you vote in our Southern Grown & Made Ingredient Showdown bracket. Finish this issue with a decadent chocolate dessert perfect for your Easter menu courtesy of Nashville’s freshest catering and events company, Juniper Green.

Current Issue | Marching Forward

Odette in Florence, Alabama: Deep South + South American farm to table

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Led by Executive Chef Josh Quick and Sous Chef Ramon G. Jacobsen, Odette in Florence, Alabama is a must-stop on any Southern culinary tour for its farm to table food …
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Eat Y’all Chef Camp to Tour Simmons Catfish

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Several times a year, a select group of chefs connect with one another over fresh air, fun and of course, good food, at an exclusive retreat called Eat Y’all Chef …
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[EVENTS] Eat Y’all CONNECT Dinner Series Announced

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Announcing the CONNECT Dinner Series, a series of dining events presented by Eat Y’all. Eat Y’all connects chefs and discerning food lovers everywhere to the the best Southern grown …
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Juniper Green in Nashville Reimagines the Catering Game

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At Juniper Green in Nashville, food veterans Lyndi Stein and Molly Martin teamed up to form a different kind of catering company centered around a passion for connecting people and …
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Southern Foodways Alliance New Book Spotlighted During Rum 101 Event

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Word on the street is that rum’s the next big thing here in the South. Recently, I attended a pop-up cocktail party hosted by Southern Foodways Alliance at Snackbar in …
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